Traffic restrictions will be put in place from 2 pm to 9.30 pm Sunday, according to an advisory, adding Vijay Chowk will remain closed for traffic.
The press release stated that the association has made a 1250-page dossier highlighting how Secunderabad Cantonment stands on a different footing from other cantonments in India.
The Regiment of Artillery is said to be the second largest arm of the Indian Army, after the infantry.
Residents express delight at MoD’s decision to form 8-member panel to look into the issue
Bengaluru-based defence PSU Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) will organise the event, in which exhibitors from across the world are expected to take part.
The MoD was the respondent in the high court case, and the same ministry later issued orders to reopen all roads.
The RFP in its description of the equipment mentions that the current volatile situation along Northern Borders warrants expeditious procurement of operational equipment.
Another RFP has been issued to procure 80 Mini Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPAs).
It is significant as there had been a state of stalemate since the 13th round of the Corps Commander level talks held on October 10, 2021.
There were no immediate comments from the Indian Army or the Ministry of Defence in New Delhi on the participation of Indian soldiers at the Vostok-2022 military exercises in Russia.
In addition South East Asia, Middle East and Africa were the other major regions which imported from India.
The Defence Secretary, three Service Chiefs and other senior officials of the Ministry of Defence are also expected to be present.
The Ministry of Defence has given the green signal for these wayside amenities at 75 locations in 12 states and Union Territories.
Since the inaccessibility and remoteness of these roads preclude widespread commercial deployments, the BRO, by virtue of its presence, took it upon itself to open such facilities at remote places.
The MoD will not be required to wait for Cabinet approval, which in most other cases is needed, the source added.
The aim is to build a pan-India secure network to digitise surface and aviation operations, logistics, finance and HR processes in Coast Guard.
This programme will create opportunities in Aerospace Technology by involving several MSMEs spread over the country.
Sources said with reopening of flight routes and resumption of normal traffic, the Ministry is likely to announce new dates and send out invites for the five-day exhibition.
The expo will be inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi, who is likely to spend a couple of days in the capital city of his home state and meet the chiefs of top defence companies.
The Ministry of Defence has budgeted Rs 75,000 crore for Make in India for the financial year 2022-23.