Brahmos Aerospace was formed as a joint venture between Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Federal State Unitary Enterprise NPOM of Russia. The BrahMos cruise missile is stealthy, fast and extremely difficult to shoot down. It's ability to maintain supersonic speeds while skimming at low altitude makes it very difficult to detect and intercept. The missile with a range of 290-300km's is capable of carrying a 200-300kg nuclear warhead and can be Ship-launched, Surface-launched, Submarine-launched and Air-launched. It can travel at speeds of Mach 2.8-Mach 3 and the cruise missile weighs 2500-3000Kg. Recently, India and Russia have approved an extension to the range of the supersonic cruise missile BrahMos, doubling it to 600 kilometers because of India's entry into the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR).
Update: India successfully test fired Brahmos missile with 450 km range. It is important to note that the missile range was extended from 290 km to 450 km following India's joining of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) in June 2016.
Agni V is the fourth developmental and canisterised ballistic missile, integrated with a sophisticated mobile launcher in its deliverable configuration. Canister is made of marginal steel which preserves the missiles for long life through hermetically sealed atmosphere. The 17-metre long missile can carry a warhead of 1000kg with a 5000-6000km range. Agni 5, which weighs about 50 tonnes, can target almost entire China and Pakistan. It can even reach targets in Europe.
Agni VI is still in a developmental stage. This ICBM is named "Surya" and the expected range of this missile is 8,000 to 12,000 km. Agni-VI missile is likely to carry up to 10 MIRV warheads that will be sleeker, easily transportable and would be readily deployed. It will have the capability to be launched from submarine and from land-based launchers.
Nirbhay is an all-weather, low-cost, long-range subsonic cruise missile capable of carrying conventional and nuclear war heads. The missile has a range of more than 1000 km, weighs about 1500 kg and has a length of 6 metres. Nirbhay is able to pick out a target and attack it among multiple targets. The missile has a loitering capability, i.e., it can go round a target and perform several manoeuvres and then re-engage it. This is still under developmental phase.#4. K-4 (SLBM)
K-4 is a nuclear capable Intermediate-range submarine-launched ballistic missile under development by Defence Research and Development Organisation of India to arm the Arihant-class submarines. The missile has a reported effective range of over 3500 km. The missile is reported to be 12 metres (39 ft) long with a diameter of 1.3 metres (4 ft 3 in) and weighs nearly 17 tonnes (~19 tons). It can carry a warhead weighing up to 2 tonnes (2.2 tons) and is powered solid rocket propellant. This is still under developmental phase.#5. Dhanush
Dhanush has a tested range of around 350 kilometre where it can carry a payload of 1,000 kilograms. It can also carry a 500-kilogram warhead for 600 kilometres and a 250-kilogram warhead for 750 kilometres.The 8.5-metre long surface-to-surface missile can also be used as a ship-to-ship warhead, capable of blasting any naval threat. The missile can be used as an anti-naval fleet weapon as well as for destroying land-based targets depending on the range. The Dhanush missile is one of the five nuclear-capable missiles that have been developed under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme.