Thanks to MTCR, India’s Brahmos became a whole lot deadlier

The world’s fastest supersonic cruise missile, BrahMos has turned deadlier with the new technological advancements made by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).

The missile which was earlier capable of striking upto 300 km range, will now be able to strike as far as 500 km after the latest tests, according to CEO of Brahmos Aerospace, Sudhir Kumar Mishra. This development came after India became a member of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) last year.

“India has successfully test fired a vertical deep dive version of BrahMos, world’s fastest supersonic cruise missile, that can now change the dynamics of conventional warfare. The upgraded version of the missile with enhanced range of upto 500 km is also ready,” Mishra told in an interview to the Doordarshan news.

The new test has made India the only country in the world to have successfully integrated long-range missiles into fighter jets. DRDO has integrated and tested the BrahMos with Indian Air Forces  Read More

You may also read!

Grounding of Air India jets puts spotlight on maintenance

Grounding of aircraft has cost Air India dearly but frequent breakdowns of its flights in foreign cities such as


IAF cautious and alert: Air Chief BS Dhanoa amid Indo-Pak tensions

Amid tensions between India and Pakistan over the revocation of special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Air Chief Marshal


History repeats itself: Why Russia continues to support India on Kashmir issue at the UNSC

Nearly 75 years ago, Nikita Khrushchev, the Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, declared Kashmir to


Mobile Sliding Menu