BHUBANESWAR: The state government is planning to set up two integrated textile parks at Choudwar and Bhadrak.
Chief minister Naveen Patnaik announced this on Thursday while laying the foundation stone of Shahi Exports, a textile firm, at Manche ....... Read More
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Minister for Irrigation T. Harish Rao has alleged that the insurance scheme being implemented by the Union Government was benefitting only the companies and not the farmers who were paying the premium. He said that none of the farmers have benefitted so f ....... Read More
August 14, 2015 347 Likes
HYDERABAD: Several large Indian hybrid seed makers, who had agreements with Mahyco Monsanto Biotech (MMB) for Bollgard technology (BT) cotton, have sought to amend royalty amounts trait value, citing price caps being fixed by various state governments.
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NEW DELHI:India is the second largest producer of cotton, cotton yarn, cotton fabric and silk after China and far ahead of Bangladesh and Vietnam, parliament was told on Thursday.
However, India leads the world in jute production accounting for ....... Read More
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Coimbatore, Aug 13:
Members belonging to the South India Spinners' Association (SISPA) have agreed neither to sell nor deliver yarn for a week.
In a hurriedly convened meeting of SISPA members early this week, the committee took th ....... Read More
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COIMBATORE: Textile spinning mills in Tamil Nadu are all set to transport cotton from Gujarat to their units here by ship. "Shipping companies have agreed to reduce costs," said T Rajkumar, chairman, Southern India Mills' Association (SIMA).
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Coimbatore, August 13:
Textile machinery manufacturing major Lakshmi Machine Works feels the south is an attractive market for its range of products.
“While new projects are slow in coming and Greenfield projects even fewer in numb ....... Read More
August 14, 2015 352 Likes
Reacting to China's currency devaluation, R K Dalmia, Chairman, Texprocil -- Textile Export Promotion Council -- stated that this sudden move on the part of China will have an adverse impact on India's exports of textiles and clothing, which are facing al ....... Read More
August 14, 2015 355 Likes
CHANDIGARH: Textile spinning mills, under the aegis of Northern India Textile Mills' Association (NITMA), are considering cutting back production and shutting down their units once a week against the current trend of operating 24x7. The decision has come ....... Read More
August 14, 2015 330 Likes
After slump in prices and harassment from moneylenders, the farming community now faces another hardship – failure of kharif crops owing to severe drought.
About 26 per cent of the sown area has withered owing to scanty rainfall in more than 20 ....... Read More
August 13, 2015 405 Likes