Prospina, HeliNa, Dhruvastra are all what type of missiles used by the Indian Armed Forces? Anti-tank missiles

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The Indian armed forces successfully test fired the helicopter-launched Nag Missile (HELINA), now named Dhruvastra anti-tank guided missile in direct and top attack mode. The flight trials were conducted on 15th and 16th July (2020) at ITR Balasore (Odisha).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nag_%28missile%29

2Guided missiles of India

It added that the strategic integrated guided missile program was completed with its design objectives achieved since most of the missiles in the program had been developed and inducted by the Indian armed forces. Dr. Abdul Kalam, who conceived and worked on this program, later also became the President of India. Akash
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guided_missiles_of_India

3Prospina, HeliNa, Dhruvastra are all what type of missiles used by the Indian Armed Forces?
Sant is like desi brimstone Dhruvastra will use a semi active laser seeker.it is basically desi hellfire.due to laser seeker it can be used against cold targets unlike helina and also against flat targets unlike sant.That’s why in it’s description with anti-tank the anti-surface term is used.there was some news that dhruvastra is just a luncher of helina,which is total rubbish.
https://forums.bharat-rakshak.com/viewtopic.php?t=7675&start=2640

4Prospina, HeliNa, Dhruvastra are all what type of missiles used by the Indian Armed Forces?
Agni-VI: India’s Next Missile all set to Surprise the World ? Agni-VI is an intercontinental ballistic missile being developed by the DRDO for the use of the Indian Armed Forces. Agni-VI will be a four-stage intercontinental ballistic missile, which is in the hardware development phase, after its design phase was completed.
https://www.indino.in/agni-vi-indias-next-missile-all-set-to-surprise-the-world/

5Prospina, HeliNa, Dhruvastra are all what type of missiles used by the Indian Armed Forces?
India’s resistance abilities got a lift with fruitful flight preliminaries of its indigenously evolved enemy of tank guided rocket ‘Dhruvastra’.The modern rocket was test-terminated twice on July 15 and once on July 16 from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) in Odisha’s Chandipur. Created by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), ‘Dhruvastra’ is a third-age fire and overlook …
https://www.mahonnathi.com/nation/india-s-anti-tank-guided-missile-dhruvastra-successfully-test-fired-in-odisha

6Prospina, HeliNa, Dhruvastra are all what type of missiles used by the Indian Armed Forces?
The Nag missile also called Prospina for the land attack version is an Indian third generation all weather fire-and-forget, lock-on after launch anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) with an operational range of 500m-20km, single-shot hit probability of 0.9 and 10 years of maintenance free shelf-life.
https://wikimili.com/en/List_of_equipment_of_the_Indian_Army

7Prospina, HeliNa, Dhruvastra are all what type of missiles used by the Indian Armed Forces?
India successfully test fires Dhruvastra anti-guided missiles. The Indian armed forces successfully test-fired the helicopter-launched Nag Missile Dhruvastra anti-tank guided missile, erstwhile called Helina, indirect and top attack mode. The flight test trials were done without a helicopter on 15th and 16th July at ITR Balasore, Odisha. HELINA:
https://www.sakshieducation.com/StoryA.aspx?cid=0&sid=0&chid=0&tid=0&nid=271218

8Prospina, HeliNa, Dhruvastra are all what type of missiles used by the Indian Armed Forces?
The Indian armed forces successfully test-fired the helicopter-launched Nag Missile Dhruvastra anti-tank guided missile, erstwhile called Helina, indirect and top attack mode. The flight test trials were done without a helicopter on 15th and 16th July at ITR Balasore, Odisha.
https://www.fresherslive.com/current-affairs/defence-current-affairs

9Prospina, HeliNa, Dhruvastra are all what type of missiles used by the Indian Armed Forces?
The advent of the air launched missiles greatly changed the dynamics of aerial combat. Air-to-Air Missile (AAM) is fired from an aircraft against another aerial platform to destroy it. The shorter range ones are typically armed with rocket motors having mostly solid fuel, but sometimes liquid fuel too. Ramjet engines, as used on the Meteor missile…
https://airpowerasia.com/2020/05/12/aircraft-missiles-far-reaching-advances/

10Prospina, HeliNa, Dhruvastra are all what type of missiles used by the Indian Armed Forces?
Ghatak fills in the role of a state-of-the-art assault rifle for Indian armed forces. Chambered for 7.62x39mm rounds, it is an ideal weapon during Counter-Terrorism Operations where killing the militant at the first sight is required. Ghatak rifle by features is more advanced than AK-47 and any other AK-Model Rifle used by Indian Armed Forces.
http://zittara.com/2017/12/15/top-10-future-weapons-of-india-you-wont-be-aware-of/

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