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In Pics: India can easily create havoc in Pakistan with THESE 7 lethal missiles

The whole world knows that Pakistan provides safe haven for terrorists. Pakistan is a kingpin of harbouring terrorism in other countries including India. By harbouring terrorists and ceasefire violations, Pakistan has been waging a proxy war against India. Indian security forces eliminated 733 terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir since 2016. Pakistan is actively involved in shedding the blood of innocents and several times there were demands that we should go for a war with Pakistan. Many of you would agree with this. Aren't you? You would further agree to the fact that India is one of the most rapidly growing militaries in the world. The country has evolved from a regional force with tactical capabilities to a growing strategic force with a global reach now. India has a series of deadly missiles including Prithvi, Agni, Surya, Brahmos, Dhanush, Prahaar and K series that can destroy Pakistan within a few minutes.

News Nation Bureau | Updated : 19 July 2019, 03:20:22 PM
Left - K series missile, Centre - Prithvi Missile,  Right - Prithvi Missile (Photo Credit: Twitter)

Left - K series missile, Centre - Prithvi Missile, Right - Prithvi Missile (Photo Credit: Twitter)

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The whole world knows that Pakistan provides safe haven for terrorists. Pakistan is a kingpin of harbouring terrorism in other countries including India. By harbouring terrorists and ceasefire violations, Pakistan has been waging a proxy war against India. Indian security forces eliminated 733 terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir since 2016. Pakistan is actively involved in shedding the blood of innocents and several times there were demands that we should go for a war with Pakistan. Many of you would agree with this. Aren't you? You would further agree to the fact that India is one of the most rapidly growing militaries in the world. The country has evolved from a regional force with tactical capabilities to a growing strategic force with a global reach now. India has a series of deadly missiles including Prithvi, Agni, Surya, Brahmos, Dhanush, Prahaar and K series that can destroy Pakistan within a few minutes. 

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Lanunch of Prithvi Missile - Photo Credit: Twitter

Lanunch of Prithvi Missile - Photo Credit: Twitter

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Prithvi Missile is a tactical surface-to-surface short-range ballistic missile (SRBM) developed by DRDO. The missiles are capable of hitting major Pakistani cities, such as Lahore, Sialkot, the capital Islamabad, and Rawalpindi.  

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Agni Missile showcased in Republic Day parade - Photo Credit: Twitter

Agni Missile showcased in Republic Day parade - Photo Credit: Twitter

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Developed by DRDO, Agni missile is a family of medium to intercontinental-range ballistic missiles. The missiles are capable of covering almost all Pakistani cities, including Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Peshawar, Karachi, Quetta and Gwadar.

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Representational image - Photo Credit: Twitter

Representational image - Photo Credit: Twitter

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India is reportedly developing the Intercontinental ballistic missile named 'Surya'. Surya is speculated to have a range between 12,000 to 16,000 Km. It is also reported that the Surya is an intercontinental-range, surface-based, solid and liquid propellant ballistic missile. 

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BrahMos Missile showcased in Republic Day parade - Photo Credit: Twitter

BrahMos Missile showcased in Republic Day parade - Photo Credit: Twitter

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Developed jointly by DRDO and Russian Federation's NPO Mashinostroyeniya, BrahMos is the world's fastest anti-ship cruise missile. The range of BrahMos has been limited to 290 km. 

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Dhanush missile launch - Photo Credit: Twitter

Dhanush missile launch - Photo Credit: Twitter

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India also possesses an estimated two ship-launched 350-km range Dhanush SRBMs, which could be fitted with nuclear warheads. Dhanush is capable of carrying both conventional as well as nuclear warheads with a payload capacity of 500 kg-1000 kg and can strike targets in the range of 350 km.

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Prahaar Missile launch - Photo Credit: Twitter

Prahaar Missile launch - Photo Credit: Twitter

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Prahaar, a solid-fuelled missile can be launched within 2–3 minutes without any preparation, providing significantly better reaction time than liquid-fuelled Prithvi ballistic missiles and act as a gap filler in the 150 km range.

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Sagarika/K-15 missile launch - Photo Credit: Twitter

Sagarika/K-15 missile launch - Photo Credit: Twitter

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Named after Indian scientist and former president A P J Abdul Kalam, the K family of missiles is a series of submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM). The k family missiles has a maximum range of up to 5,000 km and a payload of one tonne. 

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