Pakistani and Indian Missile Forces
Both India and Pakistan have several intermediate and short missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
|GHAURI||Medium-range, liquid fueled, nuclear capable ballistic missile||1,000 miles with poor accuracy. Hours of preparation are needed before its use||One-ton nuclear or conventional. Fewer than 10 available|
|SHAHEEN||Medium-range, solid fueled, nuclear capable ballistic missile||460 miles. Can be fired within a half hour. Has been flight tested, but not yet fielded.||One-ton nuclear or conventional|
|M-11/TARMUK||Short-range, nuclear capable ballistic missile||190+ miles. Around 25-30 deployed.||1.8 ton nuclear or conventional|
|AGNI||Medium-range, solid fueled, nuclear capable two-stage ballistic missile||1,500 miles. Can be fired within a half hour. Has been flight tested, but not yet fielded.||One-ton nuclear or conventional.|
|PRITHVI SS-250||Short range, liquid fueled ballistic missile||90 miles for the Army version. 150 miles for the Air Force version. Neither are currently nuclear capable. Six hours of preparation are needed before use. A submarine verion is in development. It is to have a range of 215 miles.||The army version can carry a one-ton warhead, the air force 1.1 ton.|