BHUBHANESWAR (AFP) - India successfully tested a nuclear-capable missile on Sunday, a defence ministry spokesman said, days after the government proposed a resumption of talks with arch-rival Pakistan. The surface-to-surface Agni-III missile with a range of more than 3,000 kilometres was fired from Wheeler Island, off the coast of the eastern state of Orissa. It hit the target with pin-point accuracy and met all the mission objectives, ministry spokesman Sitanshu Kar told reporters in New Delhi. The trial meant now the missile system will be fully inducted into the armed forces, he said. It was the fourth test of the weapon, which can carry conventional or nuclear payloads of 1.5 tonnes and uses solid fuel. Defence Minister A.K. Antony congratulated organisers on the remarkable success of the project, which came as a breakthrough appeared possible in Indias fraught relations with Pakistan.