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Modi launches ´Make in India´ in NY
Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in his maiden visit to United States as the Prime Minister of India touted his government´s ambitious plan of ´Make in India´. ´Make in India´ will support and grow the textile industry and world trade between India and other countries. Good governance and low cost of manufacturing are the keys to attract investments in India, said Modi.
Technical textile workshop organised by MANTRA
A technical textile workshop was organised by MANTRA at Surat, Gujarat by BS Pancholi and Dr SK Basu. It has been MANTRA´s continuous endeavour to help SME/MSME members in their efforts to add value to their products and reap the benefits of the new innovative products
Cotton prices ease, but import to double
First, the cotton price in India firmed up slowly in the last six months, and since the international prices were lower, there has been higher import largely coming from African countries into India. It is still continuing,
Consumer nanofibre products a decade away
Although nanofibre research and development have progressed tremendously in the past two decades, commercial products that appeal to consumers are a decade away.In his speech this week at the 2014 TAPPI Conference in Nashville, tracing his journey from a chemist to a successful entrepreneur, Dr. Jayesh Doshi of eSpin Technologies.
Indo-Czech meet on specialty textiles
Technical textiles have emerged as an important segment for not only to textile industry but for all material sciences and medical sciences. The Indian government has launched a massive programme for the promotion of technical textiles and material engineering.
Labour Economics Dictate
Recently, Noble Laureate Vernon L Smith (2002 co-recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences), while lecturing on the housing bubbles and recessions since 1929 to a standing room only
Chinas rapier looms have many advantages
SM Industries, with its head office located at Islampur, Sangli district in Maharashtra, has been involved in the manufacturing of fabrics. Today, the company has about four Chinese loom manufacturers under its fold.
Huge Funds for Cotton R&D
Bayer CropScience has announced in Lubbock a major gift of US $19.3 million towards cotton R&D research and other projects in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) at Texas Tech University.
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