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TUFS to boost textile & jute sectors
´The Textile Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) is an interest subsidy scheme for upgradation of technology as part of measures to boost textile and jute sectors. Some say it is now plagued by issues including non-allocation of subsidy and delayed reimbursement´.
Housing boom to spur hometex market
Boom in housing as a result of the burgeoning middle class in India is a major growth driver for the home textile market. Change in lifestyle and growing awareness of hygiene is fuelling this growth. An ITJ report bares some details.
Digital´s 29% Leap!
Digital printing is poised to capture a bigger share in the Indian market as the industry has started enjoying and reaping benefits of its technological advances. The ITJ Exclusive Report attempts to scan a view of this booming digital printing scenario.
Evolution of textile industry in India
Textiles are known to mankind since or earlier than 7,000 BC. The knowhow of textiles is older than metal working or pottery making. There are evidences that have been unearthed which has proved that people in Harrapan civilization knew weaving and spinning. Such is the age of textiles in India.
Hometex: Homing in on targets
They came, they saw, they conquered. Less than three decades back, some entrepreneurs from textile industry achieved a similar swift victory when they had a go at the potential of home textiles, particularly in exports. Welspun, Bombay Dyeing, Alok Industries, Fabindia, Portico... the list now has grown bigger.
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