India offers Singapore facility for testing, launching missiles in Chandipur
India has already opened its military training facilities, such as air force and artillery firing ranges, to Singapore’s armed forces because of the island city-state’s territorial limitations. The two countries have regularly held artillery exercises for over a decade.
Brahmos supersonic cruise missile successfully test-fired from Chandipur in Odisha
BRAHMOS supersonic cruise missile featuring Indian propuls...
Ballistic missile test-fired from ITR at Chandipur
The sophisticated missile was test launched from launch pad-3 of the Integrated Test Range...
HAL's Light Combat Helicopter completes weapon trials
During the tests conducted in integrated test range at Chandipur, Odisha recently, the test pilots executed a flawless mission and achieved a direct hit on the aerial target, destroying it completely. Other weapons on LCH include a 20mm Turret gun and 70 mm Rockets, the firing trials of which have already been completed last year.
Upgraded Pinaka rocket successfully test-fired
The conversion helped in enhancing the range and accuracy of Pinaka. If its range was 40 kilometre earlier, it is more than 70 kilometer now, a DRDO official said.
India successfully test-fires supersonic interceptor missile
This was the third supersonic interceptor test carried out this year in which an incoming ballistic missile target was successfully intercepted, within 30 km altitude of the earth's atmosphere .
Akash missile test fired from ITR at Chandipur
The missile targeted an unmanned air vehicle (UAV) named 'Banshee', an official of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) said.
Odisha formally names Wheeler Island after Kalam
Maheswar Mohanty today handed over a copy of the gazette notification to Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, who had earlier announced to name the Wheeler Island after Kalam.
ISI agent arrested near Chandipur
A suspected ISI agent was today arrested from a prohibited area in the Integrated Test Range (ITR), premier defence establishment at Chandipur.
Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile successfully test fired
Designed to be a quick reaction missile, it involves an all-weather weapon system capable of tracking and firing
Prithvi-II missile successfully test-fired
The trial of the surface-to-surface missile, which has a strike range of 350 km, was carried out from a mobile launcher from launch complex-3 of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur.
'Spyder' surface-to-air missile test fired
The trial was carried out for validating various parameters of the sophisticated weapon system to further strengthen its air defence system, official sources here said.
From space the world is one : Astronaut Rakesh Sharma
Sharma wished that the next space flight in search of another home planet for the man take off from Chandipur in Odisha.
India successfully test-fires Prithvi-II missile at Chandipur in Odisha
Prithvi II, the first missile to be developed by DRDO under India's prestigious IGMDP is now a proven technology, defence sources said.
India successfully conducts twin trial of Prithvi-II missile
In salvo mode, the two surface-to-surface missiles which have a strike range of 350 km and are capable of carrying 500 kg to 1,000 kg of warheads were successfully test-fired in quick succession.
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