NEW DELHI, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) -- India successfully test-fired its indigenously developed surface-to-surface nuclear-capable Prithvi-II missile from a test range in the eastern state of Odisha, officials said Wednesday.

The test was conducted Tuesday late evening by the strategic force command of the Indian army as part of a user trial.

"The user trial of the 350 km range missile from a mobile launcher from launch complex-III of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur was conducted at around 7:50 p.m. (local time)," the state-run broadcaster - All India Radio (AIR) said.

According to officials, the missile is capable of carrying 500 to 1,000 kg warheads and is powered by liquid propulsion twin engines.

"All parameters within the stipulated time period were achieved," the broadcaster quoting its sources said.

Inducted into Indian Army in 2003, the nine-meter-long, single-stage liquid-fueled Prithvi-II is the first missile to have been developed by India's Defence Research and Development Organisation.