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The cotton shake-up
Cotton was the first fibre for mankind. Its history is replete with controversies.
Samuel Joseph attempts to delve into some of the recent contentious issues that have blurred the white gold´s image.
Appropriate technology for handloom sector
Handloom weaving is largely decentralised and the weavers are mainly from the vulnerable and weaker sections of the society, who weave for their household needs and also contribute to the production in the textile sector, feels the author.
IndigoGenius®: The eco technology of the future
A creative idea, a happy basic intuition, verified as for its efficiency and fine-tuned through a long series of experiments carried out on the IndigoLab machine, suitably updated for this purpose, at the Italy-based Master´s research & development (R&D) department enabled the company to industrialise the revolutionary, eco-friendly,
Rajesh Bhandari is new MD of Gates India
Gates India has promoted Rajesh Bhandari to the position of Managing Director effective September 1, 2014. In this new role Bhandari will be leading all departments of Hydraulics business
Dumping is a two-way traffic. ´Dumpers´ are victims themselves at times. For the global textile industry, which has come a long way since dismantling of quotas in 2005, this is a disputable irritant that rears its ugly head now & then.
A study on lubrication practices in ring frames
The quality of grease, represented by its unit cost, plays a significant role in deciding the frequency of application, affirm D Shanmuganandam, J Sreenivasan and N Parthasarathy. As we are aware, wrong selection and inadequate quantity of lubricants and inappropriate frequency of application not only affect the working performance of machines.