Islamabad, May 8: The Pakistani military on Saturday, May 8 successfully test fired two short-range, nuclear-capable missiles from an unknown location.
"Both missiles successfully hit the target areas," the military said in a statement without identifying the location.
The Ghaznavi ballistic missile, which was one among the two missiles tested, can travel up to 300 km (185 miles).
The second missile has been identified as Shaheen-I, which has a range of 650 km (400 miles).
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, who was present during the tests, stressed that "it is time for the world to recognise Pakistan as a de jure nuclear power with equal rights and responsibilities".