Also the registration is not for the general public, we only get to go in at the end so guys do not rush .1. Defexpo India 2010 is open to official defence delegations, Defexpo guests, Ministry of Defence visitors (India and overseas) exhibitors’ guests and media and trade visitors. It is open for general public on the second half of the last day of the show as per promulgated timings.
2. Personnel who wish to attend the exhibition or are invitees for the event are requested to apply via the online registration system on website Defexpo 2010 :: Home Page
This was applicable last time too.I'm sorry guys but that registration business is not for the majority of us "aam junta".Nobody gets in until the second half of the last day unless they are one of the below
Also the registration is not for the general public, we only get to go in at the end so guys do not rush .
I will be there on the last day, look for me in the "Che jacket"
why everything is held in Delhi.auto fair in Delhi?book fair in Delhi and i don't remember about other fair which are regularly held in Delhi? why not choose other cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, bang lore,.in mumbai earlier book fair were use to held regularly after every 2 years .now everything had stopped.maharashtra gov can`t afford it but they can spend plenty on eveil stuffthumbs_thmbdn:i will be their and will bring hundreds of pic and boucher to be posted here and on my blog.......... BTW best source for some defence releted info.
it held in Delhi every two years.
http://www.defexpoindia.in/Default.aspxto be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from Feb 15 to 18, 2010.
February 15 – 17, 2010 (Mon-Wed) 0930 hrs to 1730 hrs
February 18, 2010 (Thursday) 0930 hrs to 1400 hrs
February 18, 2010 (Thursday) 1400 hrs to 1730 hrs
Great going man so wher do you work as the registration form says; i'll have to go with the mango people in the endI will be going their, i got registered.............
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