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Ministry of Textiles Jan 17
While Handloom, Readymade Garments and Cotton registered remarkable increase in exports, exports of Manmade Textiles, Silk Products, Carpets and Jute Products have also shown significant increase.
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Ministry of Textiles Jan 17
28% increase in exports of Handloom Products, 24% increase in Readymade Garments and 24% increase in Cotton products have contributed majorly to an overall 20% spurt in Textile and Apparel exports.
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Ministry of Textiles Jan 17
As per data published by Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics (DGCIS), Textile & Apparel exports have registered an overall increase of 20% in November 2017.
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Texprocil Jan 9
@ Heimtextil 2018 at Frankfurt- Inauguration of India Pavilion by Smt., Hon'ble Minister of Textiles and Information & Broadcasting, Govt.of India.
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India in Frankfurt Jan 9
Hon'ble Min meeting with Dibella GmbH on the sidelines of .
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India in Frankfurt Jan 9
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 9
Met Mr. Martin Auerbach, CEO of Heimtex - Association of the German Home Textile Industry and discussed how we could expand bilateral trade between Indian and German companies.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 9
Highlighting the recently celebrated jump in the index of ‘Ease of Doing Business’ in India, asked representative of Galeria Kaufhof Mr. Patric Gehlhaus to support .
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 9
During my meeting with Managing Director of Dibella GmbH Mr. Ralf Hellmann, we discussed expansion of their operations in India as well as growth and promotion of sustainable textiles in the country.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 9
Met Mr. Bertram Roth, Director of Overseas Operations at FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH International Marketing of the Region & discussed ways to ease access of information to potential textiles companies looking to establish their base in FrankfurtRheinMain through their Pune office.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 9
From Ludhiana to Frankfurt via Hoshangabad - Mr. Rajinder Gupta and Trident Group spell a success story of India’s entrepreneurial prowess.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 9
From Himachal Pradesh to Handloom Haat, Delhi to Frankfurt. Ms Malhotra has come a long way - Congratulations!
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 9
Happy to inaugurate India Pavilion at Messe Frankfurt – the biggest International Trade Fair for Home Textiles.
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Prakash Javadekar Jan 3
Interventions will result in improved productivity and quality; modern agronomic practices; innovation in products; stable prices; transparency in procurement and pervasive use of in food grain packing.
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Prakash Javadekar Jan 3
Union Cabinet under the leadership of PM today announced innovative, multi-dimensional interventions in the sector that will empower farmers and workers
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Prakash Javadekar Jan 3
begins with heart-warming news for about 44 lakh hardworking farmers and workers in -allied industries especially in the Eastern and North-Eastern of our country
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Dharmendra Pradhan Jan 3
Cabinet decision on extension of norms for Mandatory Packaging in Jute Material will benefit 3.7 Lakh workers and 40 Lakh farmers across the states of eastern and north eastern part of the country. West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha & Assam are among top jute producing states in India.
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Anupriya Patel Jan 3
पूर्वी व पूर्वोत्तर राज्यों में जूट की फसल बड़े स्तर पर उगायी जाती रही है। निश्चित रूप से माननीय प्रधानमंत्री श्री जी के नेतृत्व में यह पहल जूट उद्योग के विकास को बढ़ावा देगी एवं देश के किसानों एवं मज़दूरों को सशक्त करने के लिए लाभकारी सिद्ध होगी।
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Radha Mohan Singh Jan 3
Replying to @TexMinIndia
The decision will benefit nearly 3.7 lakh workers & approximately 40 lakh who depend for their on the sectors.
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Radha Mohan Singh Jan 3
: The Cabinet in its meeting today made it compulsory to use for packaging of 90% of the food grains and 20% of the products by extending the mandatory norms under JPM Act 1987.
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