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  1. 1

    Anonymous

    first stage to second stage seperation is good. the missile virtually stops !!!

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  2. 2

    Anonymous

    IS IT INDUCTED????????? ELSE WHEN TO???? DOES ANYONE KNOW IT SEEMS TO BE HIGHLY SPECULATED………

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  3. 3

    Shubham

    i wonder while we hear of numerous tests of the agni, prithvi, brahmos missiles.. why haven't there been more tests of this missile – tactical nuclear one at that..?

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  4. 4

    Anonymous

    Nice sonic boom at 1.04-1.06. For god's sake test this and have it ready for abdul and general tso chicken. Both need it like a bad colonoscopy.

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  5. 5

    Rajat

    I totally agree with Shubham.
    Where is the missile gone after this test?

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  6. 6

    Anonymous

    Did the Russians pass all the tech under the garb of Brahmos "joint development"?

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  7. 7

    Anonymous

    Its the most advanced missile in India's arsenal. Not ballistic nor cruise but it has capabilities of both.

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  8. 9

    Anonymous

    Shourya is a Hypersonic Boost Glide Missile with Boost glide re-entry vehicle.

    Its range is

    750 km @ 1000 kg FBF warhead

    1900 km @ 180 kg FBF warhead

    It is a beautiful tactical Hypersonic missile.

    Agni II (AT) is also a new missile with Boost glide reentry vehicle.

    The best part is both missiles cannot be intercepted. DRDO brilliant job done. US is also working some same kind of tech under a program named Prompt global strike.

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  9. 10

    Anonymous

    hi shiv,
    I need your permission to download this video and add some introduction regarding range and payload and re upload on my youtube site. Is it ok with you?

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  10. 11

    Prasun K. Sengupta

    To Shubham & Rajat: The Shaurya is indeed being further developed by the DRDO as a fully cannistered road-mobile n-tipped tactical ballistic missile, which will confer it with unique advantages of the type not possible at the moment with either the Prithvi SSBM battlefield support missile or the Agni-1. BROADSWORD had last year mentioned that work is already in progress on developing a family of cannistered (like that of the BrahMos MRCM) n-tipped ballistic missiles.

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  11. 12

    Mr. Ra

    Hmmm… I think the Russian Bulava program must have taken few tips from this Shourya video in order to obtain recent successes. Lol…

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  12. 13

    Anonymous

    speedy, fast, very fast, need more of this kind

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  13. 14

    Anonymous

    So Shaurya is a cruise missile with a ramjet as its 2nd stage engine? At least such configuration is visible in this DRDO clip. Apparently Shaurya is a BrahMos derivative. Unless someone has confused videos. ;]

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  14. 15

    Kunal

    Prasun K. Sengupta @ 3:28 PM

    Shaurya seems extremely similar to the Russian Iskander. Wonder if it is a lift! or one of those clandestine ventures. What's your take?

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