Pakistan Missiles Far Ahead of India

With a range of between 2000 km to 3,500 km, Pakistan’s Ghauri and Shaheen (Hatf Series) nuclear-capable are capable delivering nuclear warheads to any part of India.

In response, the only nuclear-capable ballistic missile in India’s arsenal which can be said to be 100% operational as of now is the short-range Prithvi missile (150-300km)

Though the 700-km Agni-I and 2,000-km-plus Agni-II ballistic missiles are being ‘inducted’ into the armed forces, the earliest when these missiles can be ‘fully-operational in the numbers required’ is by 2012.

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Yasir Imran is a Pakistani living in Saudi Arabia. He writes because he want to express his thoughts. It is not necessary you agree what he says, You may express your thoughts in your comments. Once reviewed and approved your comments will appear in the discussion.
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2 Responses to Pakistan Missiles Far Ahead of India

  1. we should also improve our nuclear power for future …. nice to know about the nuclear power of india ….

    • Mihir Chandra Datta says:

      Funny comments. The country Pakistan cannot make simple rail engine are superior in missile technology. And without knowing how could you comment that Indian missile technology is far behind then Pakistan. Plz don’t comments like a child, grow like professionally. Establising superior technology every country need to development in technical institute, need huge economy. And India has lots more world class technical institute like IIT. India now the world 4th largest economy. I don’t know how a bagger country made superior institute to produce missile. As far as I know the technology Pakistan showcasing all are purchased from China. They doesn’t have the capability to build such kind of technology which India has. And for your kind information the defense budget of India is more then the total budget of Pakistan. Nothing more to say.

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