June 2013
Pacific Ecologist;Summer2013, Issue 22, p20
Academic Journal
The article reports that India has successfully test-fired its nuclear capable Agin-I ballistic missile with a strike range of 700 kilometers from a mobile launcher of the integrated test range (ITR) off Odisha coast.


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