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Power from wet textiles
Researchers from IIT Kharagpur have developed a unique approach of generating electricity from clothes drying in natural ambience, which is otherwise a part and parcel of daily life, according to the premier institute.
Weft knitting meets circular knitting
Mayer & Cie. (MCT) recently introduced a weft knit machine study that will demonstrate a new technique of manufacturing textile fabrics.
Govt to make technical textiles mandatory in defence, agri
The government may make the use of anti-hail nets to protect crops, chemical-protection suits for defence, and drapes, gowns, sanitary napkins and implants for medical use mandatory as it seeks to develop the potential of technical textiles and facilitate their public procurement.
CCI to enter Punjab to procure cotton after 4 yrs
The Cotton Corporation of India Limited (CCI) has started preparations to enter Punjab after four years to procure cotton. It expects the quality of raw cotton to be reasonably good to make procurement at the minimum support price (MSP).
Waste2Wear launches world’s 1st collection of ocean plastic fabrics
Wortum Waste2Wear, the Dutch company that makes fabrics out of recycled plastic bottles, has presented the world’s first collection of recycled ocean plastic fabrics that is fully traceable using blockchain technology at the international textile fair Première Vision, taking place from September 17-19 in Paris.
Stilts for Sagging Fortune?
Governments usually go by the diction, ‘better late than never.’ The recent instance is when the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced six steps to boost exports including the new Reimbursement of Taxes and Duties for Export Promotion (RoDTEP) scheme on export duties,etc.
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