BBC News's article SpaceCom: Trump launches space warfare command says at the end:
China, Russia and the US have all tested weapons that are capable of taking out a satellite, according to research by the Secure World Foundation, which records military capabilities in space.
The quoted statement does not mention India.
However, India recently destroyed a satellite in orbit (one of their own presumably) using a rocket launched from the ground, as discussed in What did India's recently tested ASAT vehicle really look like? and answers therein.
Is this just an outdated quote, or is there something missing from their test that doesn't yet qualify them for membership in this "elite club"?