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India successfully test-fires Naval Anti-Ship Missile: Video

New Delhi: The Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and the Indian Navy successfully test-fired indigenously developed Naval Anti-Ship Missile. The missile was fired from Seeking 42B helicopter at  Integrated Test Range, Balasore, Odisha. DRDO said that the missile destroyed the designated target with a high degree of accuracy.

The Naval Anti-Ship Missile has been developed  by  Defence Research and Development Organisation. It is the first indigenous air launched anti-ship missile system developed for the Indian Navy.

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Earlier on Tuesday, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh launched two frontline warships of the Indian Navy. The ships – INS Surat and INS Udaygiri – were launched at the Mazagon Docks Limited (MDL) in Mumbai. INS Surat is the fourth guided-missile destroyer of the P15B class and  INS Udaygiri is the second stealth frigate of the P17A class.


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