NEW DELHI (Agencies) - After failing to hit the target in earlier test on January 20, India will again test-fire Blgck II version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile on March 4. Media reports quoting defence sources said during the earlier test the missile deviated from its path and landed far away from its target. The officials claimed the problem was in the software, which has been rectified. Indian media reports quoting sources said Pakistan has surged in missile technology as compared to India. The short-range Prithvi is the only missile, which is hundred percent operationalised so far among the different varieties of missiles India is trying to develop.