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Nov 18, 2018
9:17AM

Trade Fair in New Delhi to open for general public from today

ITPO
The ongoing India International Trade Fair at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi will open for general public from today. Tickets will not be sold at the Trade Fair sale counters. 

However, the tickets will be available at all metro stations other than Pragati Maidan. Visitors can also book tickets online through ITPO portal www. indiatradefair.com

The entry ticket will be 60 rupees for adults and 40 rupees for children during weekdays, and during weekends and holidays, the charges will be 120 for adults and 60 for children.

This year Afghanistan is the Partner Country, while Nepal is be the Focus Country.

Jharkhand is participating as a Partner State in the event. 

Around 800 participants from States and Government Departments, domestic and International companies are taking part this year to showcase their product. 
 

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