India successfully test-fires K-4 Ballistic Missile
India has successfully test-fired nuclear-capable K-4 ballistic missile at Vizag coast in Andhra Pradesh.
The missile was launched from a 3500-kilometre strike range nuclear-capable submarine platform.
The missile was developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
K-4 is one of the two underwater missiles that India is developing for its submarine force. While one has a strike range of 3500km, the other one will have a strike range of 700km.
India will carry out more tests of the K-4 nuclear-capable missile before readying it for deployment on nuclear submarines. Currently, the Indian Navy has only one operational nuclear submarine INS Arihant.
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