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·         Send off of Short-Reach Long range missile 'Agni-1' was done effectively from Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Island, Odisha. The send off, did under the aegis of the Essential Powers Order, effectively approved all functional and specialized boundaries.


What is Long range missile 'Agni-1'?


·         The Agni-1 is a Short-Reach Long range missile (SRBM) created by India as a feature of its Agni series of rockets. It is the principal rocket in the Agni series and is intended to be an essential weapon equipped for conveying an atomic payload.

·         The Agni-1 is principally planned for use as an obstruction against likely foes and is known for its speedy reaction time.

·         It is the primary variation of the Agni series rockets under Integrated Guided Missile Development Program (IGMDP).

Specialized Particulars:

·         The Agni-1 is a solitary stage, strong energized rocket with a scope of around 700 to around 1200 kilometers and can convey a payload of 1,000 kg, making it a short-range long range rocket. It has the capacity to convey both regular and atomic warheads.

·         The strong fuel impetus framework upgrades its functional adaptability and decreases sendoff planning time.

Advancement and Testing:

·         The Agni-1 was created by the Defence research and development organization (DRDO) in India. The rocket has gone through a few fruitful test dispatches to approve its presentation and unwavering quality.

·         Agni-1 was first tried at the Break Test Reach in Chandipur in 1989. The Indian armed force acknowledged Agni-1 in assistance in 2007.


What are the Other Agni Class of Rockets?

·         The Agni series is a group of long range rockets created by India, with every variation intended for explicit ranges and purposes. Other than Agni-1, other outstanding rockets in the series include:

Scope of other Agni Rockets:

·         Agni II: Range in excess of 2000 km.

·         Agni III: Scope of in excess of 2,500 Km

·         Agni IV: Range is in excess of 3,500 km and can fire from a street portable launcher.

·         Agni-V: The longest of the Agni series, a Between Mainland Long range Rocket (ICBM) with a scope of north of 5,000 km.

·         Agni Prime: A two-stage canisterised rocket (a work in progress) has been effectively flight tried in June 2023.

·         The rocket is equipped for conveying various warheads at discrete areas a ways off of 1,000 - 2,000 km.



·         It is a sort of lengthy reach long range rocket with the capacity to travel huge distances, regularly intercontinental reaches.

·         They assume an essential part in a country's atomic set of three, which incorporates land-based rockets, submarine launch ballistic missile (SLBMs), and key planes.

·         ICBMs are portrayed by their incredibly lengthy reaches, regularly surpassing 5,500 kilometers (around 3,400 miles) and frequently arriving at distances of north of 10,000 kilometers (in excess of 6,200 miles).

·         ICBMs follow a ballistic direction, meaning they are sent off into space before returning the World's environment to strike their objectives.


·         The Indian Naval force as of late charged INS Tarmugli, a quick assault makes (FAC), displaying oceanic discretion and strength.

·         In 2006, as part of India's diplomatic outreach in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR), the ship, which was commissioned in the Indian Navy as INS Tillanchang and belongs to the Trinkat class, was given to the Maldives National Defence Force (MNDF) government as a gift.

·         The boat was gotten back to the Indian Naval force in May 2023, the warship is fitted with MTU motors, the most recent correspondence gear, and a high level Radar framework and will be broadly utilized for seaside observation and security along the east bank of India.

·         Tarmugli Island, a small Andaman group island, is the ship's name.