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India has issued a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) restricting airspace over the Bay of Bengal between June 13th and 15th, 2024. This move strongly suggests an upcoming missile test, but the details surrounding the nature of the test remain unclear.

The designated no-fly zone spans 415 kilometers, and experts believe the unusual characteristics of the NOTAM hint at a test that may not involve an established missile system in India’s arsenal. This has sparked speculation about the possibility of a new missile under development being tested.

The development comes amidst India’s ongoing efforts to bolster its missile defense capabilities. The country has actively pursued the development and testing of various advanced missile systems in recent years.

While the specific details of the potential test are unknown, it has generated interest from defense analysts globally. Observers will be closely following developments in the Bay of Bengal in the coming days to learn more about the nature of the missile being tested.

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