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The missile was fired from a defence test facility in the eastern state of Odisha. The missile, which is said to have an over 5000-km range has been fired in a lofted trajectory for the 1st time.

Axar.az reports India media.

This is considered as a last pre-induction test for the missile. The missile is expected to be inducted into India's Strategic Forces Command by end of this month. Agni 1 to 4, with ranges from 700 km to 3,500 km, have already been inducted into service.

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2018.12.10 / 15:32
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