India has test-fired the indigenous Nag anti-armour missile. The weapon is one of five being developed as part of the country's Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme managed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation. Described as "third generation", the infrared-guided missile has a 4-6km (2.2-3.2 miles) range and is claimed to be capable of penetrating most types of armour. Equipped with a solid fuel rocket motor, Nag can be fired from a helicopter or land-based vehicle.

Source: Flight International