India has tested a short range ballistic missile also capable of taking nuclear armaments from its east coast region.
India has however never faced any exclamatory aptitude from the global observers of nuclear proliferation. However Pakistan being questioned for its fragile economy and terrorist activities in its borders has never been spared also.
India has maintained its so called rightful place for this conjuncture despite its own miss managements of internal affairs which seldom has moved to global considerations.
Therefore hiding in this curtain of sublime bliss today it has again made another test of its capabilities to round neighbors in the circle of its increasing nuclear power.
From a place in its east coast India again has tested its newly designed nuclear missile Agni 1. With a capacity of carrying over a thousand pounds of nuclear warhead capable of massacring over thousand of innocent blood in any blind fire, this new weapon has proved brilliant for RAW and Indian military might.
Although it is incorporated into the arsenal of the armed forces, defense personnel perform tests from time to time for training, usually, as happened today from Wheeler Island, where there are launch facilities.
"The missile hit the target with an accuracy of one hundred percent. It was a perfect test," he told IANS Indian agency director of the center integrated launch MVKV Prasad.
The missile is part of a family of versions with different scopes: the Agni -I is designed for defense against Pakistan (700-800 km range), while the Agni II and Agni III are able to reach China.Defense officials successfully tested in November 2011 version IV missile with a range of 3,000 kilometers, and the V launched in April, his first bid for long-range (5,000 kilometers) and radio coverage on China.