Salvo mode firings of theatre ballisic missiles Prithvi-II and a ship-launched variant, Dhanush, were tested successfully at dawn today at India’s missile testing site off the country’s South-East coast. The Dhanush was fired first from INS Subadhra, followed a few minutes later by the Prithvi-II. The tests were conducted by the Strategic Forces Command. This was a totally user-conducted test, though DRDO chief VK Saraswat is understood to have been in attendance — he is of course best known for his work with the Prithvi programme. The Agni-I is scheduled to be tested tomorrow.
See here for the previous Dhanush firing.