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Textile is an ‘art’ and it involves a lot of colours and artistic designs. Sometimes it is not possible to weave or knit certain kind of designs; in such cases, printing makes the job much easier.
TexMin clears 51 handloom projects in Chhattisgarh
The Indian Textiles Ministry has received 56 proposals during the last three to four years from Chhattisgarh Government under the National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP) out of which 51 were approved with a projected cost of Rs 17 million.
TexMin to market handloom products online
The Textiles Ministry has engaged 21 e-commerce companies so far for online marketing of handloom products. To promote e-marketing of handloom products, a policy framework was designed under which any willing e-commerce platform with good track record can participate in the online marketing, Minister of State for Textiles Ajay Tamta said.
Special package to boost textiles exports
The special package was raised considering the fact that there were blockages of funds in previous year as very few GST refunds were cleared between July and December, says Avinash Mayekar.
Telangana incentives to boost handloom
The Telangana Government recently announced a host of measures, including a Rs 10.5-crore loan waiver, setting up of handloom and powerloom corporations for implementation of subsidy for yarn, chemicals and dyes, and administrative sanction for a handlooom park in Gadwal city, to boost the handloom sector in the State.
Future of handlooms is bright: A. Arya of Fabriclore
Founded in March 2016, Fabriclore is a Jaipur-based organisation, with a penchant for telling vivid stories through their collaboration with indigenous designers. A brainchild of three friends – Sandeep, Anupam and Vijay, Fabriclore sets out for a tough task to constantly inspire creative people to achieve stand-out boho and fusion designs in both, clothing and home furnishing.
MoU signed for yarn supply to weavers
The State Industries Department of Bihar has signed an MoU with the National Handloom Development Corporation (NHDC) to provide yarn on credit to weavers for 45 days. Bihar, in fact, became the first State in the country to sign such an agreement with NHDC and the State Industries Department has created a corpus of Rs 1 crore for this scheme.
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