NEW DELHI (AFP) - An Indian military trainer plane crashed in southern India on Friday, killing its two pilots, a report said. The propeller-driven Indian-built aircraft went down in a village in the Medak district of Andhra Pradesh state, the Press Trust of India quoted police as saying. There were no casualties on the ground. Air force officials were not immediately av ailable to comment on the cause of the crash. The accident came two months after a Russian-made MiG-27 fighter crashed in flames in western India, injuring seven people on the ground. In April, a top-of-the-line Sukhoi-30 jet, also acquired from Russia, crashed, prompting the air force to ground its fleet of the nuclear-capable warjets a month later while it probed the cause of the crash.