Geotechnical Textiles are technical textile products manufactured from natural and man-made fibres

News Tags: Ahmedabad Textile Industry’s Research Association, Geotechnical Textile, knitting and non-woven, man-made fibres using woven, Ministry of Textiles, technical textile products, Textile Commissioner

Tura
Summary: 
Speaking on the occasion as chief guest, West Garo Hills Deputy Commissioner, Ram Singh said that considering the topography of the region, the Central Government has launched the scheme in the year 2015 mainly for the North Eastern Region which aims to control soil erosion, protection of hill slope and reservoir lining for water retention during road construction. He therefore, urged the concerned officials to utilise these scheme properly and wherever necessary with the help of technical expert adding that the scheme should not go to waste like few other projects implemented in the state.

Speaking on the occasion as chief guest, West Garo Hills Deputy Commissioner, Ram Singh said that considering the topography of the region, the Central Government has launched the scheme in the year 2015 mainly for the North Eastern Region which aims to control soil erosion, protection of hill slope and reservoir lining for water retention during road construction. He therefore, urged the concerned officials to utilise these scheme properly and wherever necessary with the help of technical expert adding that the scheme should not go to waste like few other projects implemented in the state.

http://www.theshillongtimes.com/2018/07/10/workshop-on-geotechnical-textile-held-in-tura-2/
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CITI explains that cotton production is estimated to grow by 8.11 per cent to 373 lakh bales in 2017-18 season ending September over the previous year

News Tags: bales, Confederation of Indian Textile Industry, cotton, increase in cotton crop area to 122.59 lakh hectares from from 108.45 lakh hectares, non mill consumption, Textile Commissioner

Mumbai
Summary: 
The closing stock of cotton for 2017-18 would be around 49.81 lakh bales which is quite adequate for the textile sector to smoothly run their units throughout the year, the body said. The Cotton Association of India (CAI) in second week of June increased it’s May estimate of the cotton crop production by 5 lakh bales to 365 lakh bales for 2017-18 season (October to September).

The closing stock of cotton for 2017-18 would be around 49.81 lakh bales which is quite adequate for the textile sector to smoothly run their units throughout the year, the body said. The Cotton Association of India (CAI) in second week of June increased it’s May estimate of the cotton crop production by 5 lakh bales to 365 lakh bales for 2017-18 season (October to September).

https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/economy/cotton-output-to-rise-by-8-11-to-373-lakh-bales-in-2017-18-season-citi-2591141.html
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Textile Commissioner, Ms. Kavita Gupta inaugurated HGH India 2017

News Tags: Gifts & Houseware in India, HGH India 2017, Home Décor trade show, home fashion trends, Home Textile Association of India, home textile manufacturers, home textiles market in India, HTA Indoors, textile B2B, textile brands, Textile Commissioner, textile exhibitions, textile importers, textile industry of India, textile retailers, trade show for home textiles

Mumbai
Summary: 
With its 6th edition, HGH India the annual trade show for Home Textiles, Home Décor, Gifts & Houseware in India where more than 500 brands, manufacturers and importers are presenting their range and innovations this year. The three day exposition was

With its 6th edition, HGH India the annual trade show for Home Textiles, Home Décor, Gifts & Houseware in India where more than 500 brands, manufacturers and importers are presenting their range and innovations this year. The three day exposition was inaugurated by Ms. Kavita Gupta, Textile Commissioner and Guest of Honour H. E. Mr. Erdal Sabri Ergen, Consul General, Turkey alongside other prominent industry leaders and dignitaries.

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Texathon, world's first and only run organized by the textile community is here!

News Tags: clothing, fabrics and garment surplus, marathon, run, SASMIRA, Sasmira Alumni Foundation, sourcing surplus garments, TEXATHON, Textile Commissioner, textile companies in India, textile events, textile market, textile sector of India, textile sourcing, textile technology

Mumbai
Summary: 
SASMIRA at Worli is a landmark of Mumbai with strong roots in Textile sector since last 50 years. The institute which has trained over 30,000 professionals who run businesses globally today, have come together to form Sasmira Alumni Foundation (SAF) to give an impetus

SASMIRA at Worli is a landmark of Mumbai with strong roots in Textile sector since last 50 years. The institute which has trained over 30,000 professionals who run businesses globally today, have come together to form Sasmira Alumni Foundation (SAF) to give an impetus to a cause which truly needs to be voiced. The concept, aptly titled NO NAKED CHILD, is a unique initiative which aims to provide clothing to under privileged children across the country with the help of several partners supporting the cause.

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Revamped Technology mission on cotton likely to be introduced

News Tags: Agriculture Ministry, cotton, evamped Technology Mission, file data on quality and quantity, first two with cotton productivity, four part mission, ginning to garmenting, Kavita Gupta, Textile Commissioner, Textile Ministry, third and fourth missions, thrust to cotton sector, under Textile Ministry

New Delhi
Revamped Technology mission on cotton likely to be introduced
Summary: 
The Textile Ministry is looking to introduce a revamped Technology Mission on Cotton said Textile Commissioner Kavita Gupta. The mission will have four parts. The first two will deal with cotton productivity and will come under the Agriculture Ministry. The third and fourth missions will be under the Textile Ministry. This initiative is to give a thrust to the cotton sector.

The Textile Ministry is looking to introduce a revamped Technology Mission on Cotton said Textile Commissioner Kavita Gupta. The mission will have four parts. The first two will deal with cotton productivity and will come under the Agriculture Ministry. The third and fourth missions will be under the Textile Ministry. This initiative is to give a thrust to the cotton sector.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-business/rejigged-cotton-project-on-the-anvil-textile-commissioner/article18261873.ece
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MoT take up issue on dumping of under valued Chinese fabric in Surat

News Tags: decrease in production, eight crore meter of Chinese fabrics dumped, facing issue over import of under invoiced Chinese fabrics, gather data on MMF sector, powerloom machines, PPWF, production of yarn and finished fabrics, shut down of weaving units, Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Surat MMF sector, Textile Commissioner

Surat
MoT take up issue on dumping of under valued Chinese fabric in Surat
Summary: 
Surat's MMF sector that contributes to around 40 per cent of nation's MMF fabric demand with daily production of MMF fabric in the city pegged at four crore meter has been facing issue over import of under invoiced Chinese fabrics, which resulted in around 45 percent of the weaving units-around over three lakh powerloom machines have shut down in the last three months.

Surat's MMF sector that contributes to around 40 per cent of nation's MMF fabric demand with daily production of MMF fabric in the city pegged at four crore meter has been facing issue over import of under invoiced Chinese fabrics, which resulted in around 45 percent of the weaving units-around over three lakh powerloom machines have shut down in the last three months.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/surat/Textile-bodies-submit-data-to-govt-on-Surats-MMF-sector/articleshow/53077095.cms
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Technotex 2016 opens, Taiwan showcases new composite and technical textiles

News Tags: Kavita Gupta, Santosh Kumar Gangwar, Technical textile, TECHNOTEX 2016, Textile Commissioner, textile exhibition

Mumbai
Technotex 2016 opens, Taiwan showcases new composite and technical textiles
Summary: 
The TECHNOTEX 2016 was inaugurated today in Mumbai at Bombay Convention &Exhibition Centre by Santosh Kumar Gangwar, union minister of textiles and Dr. Kavita Gupta, Textile Commissioner, Ministry

The TECHNOTEX 2016 was inaugurated today in Mumbai at Bombay Convention &Exhibition Centre by Santosh Kumar Gangwar, union minister of textiles and Dr. Kavita Gupta, Textile Commissioner, Ministry of Textiles. The event was marked with the formation of Taiwan Pavilion jointly by Taiwan Composites Association and Taiwan Textile Federation & the Bureau of Foreign Trade.

yarnandfiber.com
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Government confirms the plan of reviving defunct textile parks

News Tags: availability of water, boost textile sector, defunct textiles parks, exploit domesitc and international markets, facing basic infrastructure issues, Kavita Gupta, many cotton growing states, proximity with consuming market, remain unoperational, revive textile parks, sanitation, Textile Commissioner, uninterrupted electricity

Mumbai
Government confirms the plan of reviving  defunct textile parks
Summary: 
Confirming the Government’s initiative to boost the textile sector, Textile Commissioner Kavita Gupta, said that the government is planning to revive textile parks currently remained un-operational. The government is committed to extend all possible supports to the textile sector to exploit the potential lies in both domestic and international markets. She also confirmed that investment won’t be hindrance to the plan.

Confirming the Government’s initiative to boost the textile sector, Textile Commissioner Kavita Gupta, said that the government is planning to revive textile parks currently remained un-operational. The government is committed to extend all possible supports to the textile sector to exploit the potential lies in both domestic and international markets. She also confirmed that investment won’t be hindrance to the plan.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/economy-policy/govt-to-revive-defunct-textiles-parks-116021400076_1.html
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Ludhiana host textile expo for the second year in a row

News Tags: Amritsar, and medium enterprises sector, Bhushan Abbi, buyer-seller meets, carpets, displaying products like blankets, forty participants, new schemes and guidelines, organized by regional office, platform to micro, president of home furnishing and textile cluster, small, suits, Textile Commissioner, Textile expo

Ludhiana
Ludhiana host textile expo for the second year in a row
Summary: 
An exhibition organized by the regional office of the textile commissioner (ROC), Amritsar, began in the city on Friday at an exhibition hall on Malhar Road where around 40 participants are displayed products like blankets, carpets, suits, etc.

An exhibition organized by the regional office of the textile commissioner (ROC), Amritsar, began in the city on Friday at an exhibition hall on Malhar Road where around 40 participants are displayed products like blankets, carpets, suits, etc.

Mayor Harcharan Singh Gohalwaria said that the industrial city Ludhiana was chosen as a venue for the second year in a row, for which he congratulated the officers of the department.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ludhiana/City-hosts-textile-expo-twice-in-a-row/articleshow/50884120.cms
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Cotton exports of India likely to rise to 70 lakh bales in 2015-16 season

News Tags: best practices in the sector, Cotton export of India, cotton growing more sustainable, crop damage from whitefly in Punjab region, five-member committee formed, likely to rise to seventy lakh bales, Pakistan will overtake Bangladesh, research and innovation, rise in demand from Pakistan, Textile Commissioner, top importer of Indian cotton

Mumbai
Cotton exports of India likely to rise to 70 lakh bales in 2015-16 season
Summary: 
India’s cotton exports during the previous cotton season, which begins from October 1, stood at 57.72 lakh bales. During the 2015-16 season, cotton exports are expected to rise by 21.27 per cent to 70 lakh bales (170 kg each) mostly due to rise in demand from Pakistan, a senior official said today.

India’s cotton exports during the previous cotton season, which begins from October 1, stood at 57.72 lakh bales. During the 2015-16 season, cotton exports are expected to rise by 21.27 per cent to 70 lakh bales (170 kg each) mostly due to rise in demand from Pakistan, a senior official said today.

Textile Commissioner Kavita Gupta said that this year, Pakistan will overtake Bangladesh as the top importer of Indian cotton as the demand in Pakistan has grown due to crop damage in Punjab region. Almost 33 percent of cotton crop in Pakistan has been damaged from whitefly.

http://deshgujarat.com/2016/02/02/cotton-exports-may-rise-21-to-70-lakh-bales-in-2015-16/
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