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=> India successfully carried night launch of nuclear-capable Agni-4 ballistic missile.
=> It was launched from APJ Abdul Kalam Island in Odisha.
Range of the missile:
=> Agni-4 ballistic missile has a range of around 4,000 kilometres.
Significance of the Missile:
Recent launch by India:
It is the fourth in Agni series of missiles. It was earlier known as Agni II prime. It has been developed by DRDO. It is a light-weight and comprises of two stages of solid propulsion and a payload, along with the re-entry heat shield. It is having a range of 4,000 km. Missile is capable of striking targets in almost all of mainland China, in case launched from northeast India.
Testing of Agni-IV:
Agni-IV missile has been tested for seven times, over six years. It was successfully test fired for the first time on November 15, 2011 from a road-mobile launcher. It followed its trajectory and attained a height of 900 km. It reached the pre-designated target in Bay of Bengal.
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