Ghauri [Hatf-5] References
- Japan criticizes Pakistan`s ballistic missile test IRNA 04 Jun 2004
- Pakistan test fires ballistic missile IRNA 29 May 2004 -- Pakistan on Saturday test fired a medium-range Ghauri missile, a military spokesman said.
- Associated Press of Pakistan News Summary VOA 28 May 2002-- Pakistan successfully test fires Ghauri SSM
- PAK/MISSILE VOA 28 May 2002-- Pakistan says it has successfully conducted the first in a series of announced missile tests.
- An Analysis of the Pakistani Ghauri Missile Test of 6 April 1998 David C. Wright - Union of Concerned Scientists and Security Studies Program, MIT -- 12 May 1998
- DPRK - Pakistan Ghauri Missile Cooperation by Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. - 21 May 1998 -- The birth of the Ghauri program is believed to date to late 1993, or early 1994, following Benazir Bhutto's travel to P'yongyang on 30 December to request assistance from the DPRK.
- Has Pakistan Test-Flown Its New Missile? www.stratfor.com 2209 GMT, 000818
- Pakistan Completes 'Trials' of Ghauri-III Missile Engine Islamabad The News 30 September 1999 page 10 -- Pakistan has successfully completed the trials of Ghauri-III missile's engine at Kahuta Research Laboratories. Ghauri-III would cover the range of over 3,000 kilometres.
- pakistan completes trial of ballistic missile engine sept. 30, irna - pakistan successfully completed the trial of the engine of the 3000-kilometer range "ghauri-111" missile
- U-S/PAKISTAN Voice of America 14 April 1999 -- WHITE HOUSE OFFICIALS NOTE THE TWO COUNTRIES HAD -- AT LEAST -- INFORMED EACH OTHER OF THEIR INTENTIONS.
- U.S. REGRETS SUBCONTINENT MISSILE TESTS, SAYS INDERFURTH By William B. Reinckens USIA 14 April 1999 -- Washington -- "We regret that Pakistan has tested," Assistant Secretary of State Karl Inderfurth said April 14, confirming that Pakistan has successfully test fired its 1,500 kilometer Ghauri ballistic missile.
- PAK / MISSILE TEST Voice of America 14 April 1999 -- PAKISTAN HAS CARRIED OUT THE SECOND TEST OF ITS NUCLEAR-CAPABLE BALLISTIC MISSILE IN RESPONSE TO INDIA'S TEST-FIRING OF A MISSILE EARLIER THIS WEEK.
- PAK / INDIA REACT Voice of America 11 April 1999 -- INDIA'S TEST FLIGHT SUNDAY OF A NUCLEAR-CAPABLE MISSILE HAS RAISED CONCERNS THAT RIVAL NEIGHBOR PAKISTAN, MAY CONDUCT A SIMILAR TEST IN RESPONSE.
- MISSILE / PAK REACT Voice of America 12 April 1999 -- A DAY AFTER INDIA TEST-FIRED A NEW BALLISTIC MISSILE, ARCH-RIVAL PAKISTAN HAS COME UNDER PRESSURE TO RESPOND.
- PAK MISSILES 13-Apr-98 Voice of America PAKISTAN IS DENYING REPORTS THE TECHNOLOGY USED FOR THE MISSILE IT TEST-FIRED ONE WEEK AGO WAS DEVELOPED BY NORTH KOREA.
- INDIA-PAKISTAN: 'A NEW COLD WAR' ON THE SUBCONTINENT? USIA Foreign Media Reaction Report April 10, 1998
- PAKISTAN MISSILES Voice of America 4/9/98 -- U-S OFFICIALS SAY THEY MIGHT USE SANCTIONS TO PUNISH PAKISTAN FOR A RECENT TEST OF A MEDIUM RANGE BALLISTIC MISSILE.
- India to study satellite photos of Pakistani missile tests: report NEW DELHI, April 8 (AFP) - India's defence ministry argued their initial assessments indicated the missile could be either a Chinese-made Dong Feng-25 or a CSS-2, or the North Korean Nodong-II missile.
- PAKISTAN MISSILE Voice of America 4/7/98 PAKISTAN SAYS IT HAS SUCCESSFULLY TEST FIRED A SURFACE-TO-SURFACE MISSILE WITH A RANGE OF 15-HUNDRED-KILOMETERS AND A PAYLOAD OF 700-KILOGRAMS.
- INDIA MISSILES Voice of America 4/7/98 INDIA SAYS PAKISTAN'S TEST LAUNCH OF A MEDIUM-RANGE MISSILE IS NOT UNEXPECTED AND DOES NOT BRING THE NATIONS CLOSER TO CONFLICT.
- CHINA / PAK MISSILE Voice of America 4/7/98 CHINA HAS REFUTED A CHARGE BY INDIA THAT IT SUPPLIED PAKISTAN WITH THE TECHNOLOGY TO DEVELOP A NEW MISSILE ISLAMABAD SAYS IT TEST-FIRED THIS WEEK.
- Pakistan test-fires 1,500-km range missile By Anwar Iqbal The News International Pakistan 07 April 1998 ISLAMABAD: Pakistan successfully tests a surface-to-surface medium-range missile, the Hatf-V (Ghauri) on April 6, developed at the Kahuta Research Laboratories.
- Pakistan test-fires Ghauri missile By Hasan Akhtar Dawn, April 7, 1998: On 06 April Pakistan carried out a successful flight test of the surface-to-surface Hatf-V (Ghauri) missile with a range of 1,500 kilometres (937 miles) and a payload capacity of 700 kg.
- [EXCERPT] TRANSCRIPT: STATE DEPT. NOON BRIEFING, APRIL 6, 1998 PAKISTAN -- US Regrets Pakistan Ghauri Missile Test
- PAK MISSILE Voice of America 4/6/98 PAKISTAN SAYS IT HAS SUCCESSFULLY TEST FIRED A SURFACE-TO-SURFACE MISSILE WITH A RANGE OF 15-HUNDRED KILOMETERS AND A PAYLOAD OF 700-KILOGRAMS.
- Pak test-fires surface-to-surface missile 4/6/98 - Press reports speculated that the missile was named after the 12th century Afghan king Shahbuddin Ghauri who captured western parts of India between 1176 and 1182, and captured northern India by defeating Prithviraj Chauhan in 1192.
- PAKISTAN TEST FIRE GHAURI MISSILE Government of Pakistan 04 April 1998 -- Pakistan on April 6 successfully carried out test of the surface-to-surface Hatf-V (Ghauri) Missile with a range of 1500-km and a payload of 700 kg.
- Pakistan successfully tests surface to surface missile, Hatf-V (Ghauri) on 6 April 1998 As part of its integrated missile Research and Development (R&D) programme, Pakistan today carried out a successful flight test of the surface to surface missile, Hatf-V (Ghauri) with a range of 1500 km and a payload of 700 kg.
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