Updated: Sat, 23 Nov 2013 09:15:00 GMT | By Ramandeep Singh, India Syndicate
Ballistic and cruise missiles of India and Pakistan: In pictures

Both India and Pakistan have a variety of tactical and strategic surface-to-surface ballistic missiles in their arsenal. These missiles can be armed with both conventional and nuclear warheads



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A Prithvi missile mounted on a tractor-erecter-launcher (TEL) is displayed at a military exhibition. The Prithvi is a short-range (150km-600km) tactical missile in service with the Indian army, air force and navy. It can be armed with a conventional or nuclear warhead and carry a payload of 1,000 kg (Prithvi-I), 350kg-750kg (Prithvi-II) and 500kg-1,000kg (Prithvi-III)   

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