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India has issued a fresh Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) indicating forthcoming missile tests in the Bay of Bengal region. The NOTAM outlines two separate missile tests scheduled for the upcoming weeks, each targeting designated areas within the Bay of Bengal.

The first NOTAM, effective from March 5th to March 11th, 2024, pertains to a designated area spanning 320 kilometers. Speculations suggest that this test could likely be another trial of the BrahMos missile, a potent supersonic cruise missile developed jointly by India and Russia. The Balasore missile test site in Odisha, known for its strategic significance, is expected to serve as the launch pad for this trial.

The second NOTAM, slated from March 10th to March 16th, 2024, covers a broader designated area spanning 1400 kilometers. This test is anticipated to involve the Agni-1P Medium-Range Ballistic Missile (MRBM), with the Abdul Kalam Island missile test site likely serving as the launch site. The Agni series of missiles, developed indigenously by India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), play a pivotal role in India’s deterrence strategy, offering long-range precision strike capabilities.

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