India's newest missile Prahaar was successfully tested a short while ago at the Integrated Test Range off India's East Coast. DRDO sources says the launch took place around 8.15AM. At this time, two sources in DRDO confirm that the weapon met all test parameters. The missile was tracked by telemetry points a Indian Navy vessels along its path, and is said to have killed a target in the Bay of Bengal "with high accuracy". DRDO will issue a statement (and hopefully photos) in a short while. Will update this post. Stay tuned.
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