India has successfully tested surface to surface nuclear ballistic missile Agni-I from Dr. Abdul Kalam wheeler Island off the Odisha coast.
Agni-I is the first rocket of the Agni series motorized by both solid and liquid explosive, which can travel at a speed of 2.5 km per second and can devastate targets nearly 700 kilometers away.
This rocket was first tested on January 25, 2002.
Agni-I can be blasted off from both road and rail mobile launchers.
The weight of this missile is around 12 tonnes and can carry both straight and nuclear payload of about 1000 kg.