India successfully tested on Sunday a new "manoeuvrable" version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile it developed with Russia, a report said. The missile was fired from a naval ship in the Bay of Bengal off India's east coast, BrahMos aerospace chief A. Sivathanu Pillai told the Press Trust of India news agency. "The missile manoeuvred, successfully hitting the target ship. It was a perfect hit and a perfect mission," he said. India has thus become one of the few countries to possess such a "manoeuvrable supersonic cruise missile", he said.