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Telangana CM to lay foundation of Warangal textile park
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will lay the foundation stone of a mega textiles park in Warangal Rural district that would offer jobs to thousands of workers, according to the State’s Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari.
Manipuri weavers tie up with FabIndia
Manipuri women are well-known for weaving dreams on fabrics. Weaving is a favourite hobby of almost all Manipuri women as they are apt in handling the loom.
Panipat to get textiles facilitation centre
The Haryana Government plans to open a facilitation centre for textiles and handloom industry with state-of-the-art facilities including a laboratory in Panipat to support entrepreneurs and weavers.
MoU to help SC handloom weavers
NSFDC under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment signed an MoU with the Development Commissioner (Handlooms) to help SC weavers and their families by promoting production and marketing of high-value quality handlooms products.
TexMin increases yarn banks’ corpus fund
Powerloom weavers in Pandesara and Ved Road industrial areas of Surat, Gujarat will be able to procure yarn-raw material for the polyester fabric at concessional rates with the Ministry of Textiles increasing the corpus fund for India’s first yarn banks in the city from Rs 1 crore to Rs 2 crore.
Picanol posts strong 2016 results
The Picanol Group, which specialises in the development, production and sale of weaving machines, engineered casting solutions and custom-made controllers, has reported seventh consecutive year of strong results.
Allow small powerloom units to withdraw more money: FIASWI AGM
The 39th Annual General Meeting of the Federation of Indian Art Silk Weaving Industry (FIASWI) was held in Mumbai on the December 14, 2016. Arunchandra N Jariwala has been declared as Chairman, EMERITUS. Bharatbhai T Gandhi, Director, Bell Textiles Pvt Ltd, Surat, was elected as Chairman of FIASWI for 2016-17.
Yarn stocks pile up in TN
As production in spinning mills has come to a grinding halt since demonetisation, sales of yarn in western Tamil Nadu have plummeted. As a consequence, yarn stocks are piled up in city mills most of which rely on migrant labourers who have stopped work.
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