There's more trouble for over 150 farmers in Maharashtra. Over 600 acres of standing cotton crop has suddenly withered away in four villages in the Painganga river basin of Korpana tehsil in the state due to an unknown fungal infection, according to media ....... Read More
August 26, 2015 434 Likes
Taking Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recently launched “Make in India” program forward Intimate Apparel Association of India (IAAI) will hold a 2-day trade fair that will focus on intimate wear manufacturing in India. Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar, Hon’ble ....... Read More
August 25, 2015 490 Likes
As soon as the British rulers sniffed the Indian cotton rich soil, they quickly dug into their pandora’s box and crafted a strategy to exploit our desh ki dharti. They would buy cotton from India for a steal from local farmers, then export them to Britain ....... Read More
August 25, 2015 551 Likes
Fab India 3rd StoreBhubaneswar, Aug 24: India’s largest private retail brand of craft based products – FABINDIA, announces the launch of its 192nd outlet in India and its third outlet in Bhubaneswar. Located in the Janpath Area at Panda Travel Mart, Ashok ....... Read More
August 25, 2015 474 Likes
Rajkot, August 24:
Cotton prices remained unchanged as demand was very limited. Kapas or raw cotton was slightly up on tight supply. Gujarat Sankar-6 cotton was traded at ₹33,800-34,200 per candy of 356 kg. About 1,500 bales (of 170 ....... Read More
August 24, 2015 529 Likes
FAISALABAD – National Textile University (NTU) Rector Prof Dr Arshad Ali here on Monday said that a most promising and enduring textile industry show – Textile Asia 2015 Trade Exhibition – will be held at the Lahore Expo Centre – from August 29 to 31.
August 24, 2015 540 Likes
Depreciating rupee has prompted overseas textile and apparel importers to re-negotiate their contract terms to get a pie in higher realisation by Indian exporters. New contract orders are being deferred till Indian currency stabilises.
Since Au ....... Read More
August 24, 2015 552 Likes
The total sown area under kharif crop as on August 21, 2015 stood at 938.41 lakh hectare compared to 929.48 lakh hectare for the corresponding period last year.
A press release from the Ministry said rice was sown/transplanted in 333.65 lakh he ....... Read More
August 24, 2015 523 Likes
Reopening the debate on genetically modified (GM) crops, former Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to do away with a rule introduced by his former cabinet colleague, Jairam Ramesh, with regard to field trials of such ....... Read More
August 24, 2015 471 Likes
Farmers in large area of Malwa’s cotton belt have started uprooting the cotton crop with tractors in Bathinda and Mansa districts after the crop witness a damage by whitefly attack despite usage of pesticides.
However, the agricultural official ....... Read More
August 24, 2015 436 Likes