In 2020, Legacy Project joins hands with India’s ‘Textile Warriors’ to support the arts & artisans.
There could be as many as one crore job cuts in the textiles sector, which has been severely hit by the ongoing lockdown, if there is no support and revival package from the government, according to apparel industry body Clothing Manufacturers Association of India (CMAI)
India to get its own standard style for apparel size like UK, US, says Smriti Irani; 'Size India' project to be rolled out soon
In the apparel export segment, one of the biggest challenge is that the UK, US has its size, and Europe has its size of measurement. But, India does not have it
Manufacturing sector posts strong sales growth in Q2 on robust demand in iron, steel and petroleum: RBI
Demand condition in the manufacturing sector "maintained its pace in the September quarter 2018-19 as reflected in strong sales growth
Hike in minimum support price of cotton will make fibre expensive, may hit textile sector, says industry body CITI
Hike in minimum support price of cotton would make Indian cotton fibre relatively expensive with respect to international prices and inflate prices of its products, CITI said
Maharashtra allows industrial land to be put to residential or commercial use; move reminiscent of mills' redevelopment
In order to create more affordable housing in the state, Maharashtra has cleared the conversion of industrial zones into residential and commercial ones.
Anti-bacterial, self-cleaning or even UV ray resistant, a silent technological revolution is on in the business of textiles with nanomaterials
While Bangladesh enjoys preferential treatment and tax benefits for textile exports, India has greater competitive advantage in terms of environmental compliances.
It may just be a clever decision to still keep Smriti Irani as one of the most important ministers and yet quell controversies which have surrounded her.
A major fire has been reported this afternoon at a commercial building in Sahara Darwaja area of Surat. There are no reports of causalties so far and at least 10 fire tenders have been rushed to the spot.
During Modi's address at another seminar in the city, the chief minister said that bond between Gujarat and Japan has become firmer during the last five years.
Despite demand slowdown from US and Europe, the government is pumping in Rs 5000 crore into the cash-starved Textile industry and has revised its export target to $40.5 billion for 2012-13.
India's surprise ban on cotton exports which came unexpectedly from left field caused US cotton futures to surge on Monday igniting fears of a jump in prices for cotton goods.