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Karnataka to help Sutlej set up textile unit
July 2018
Karnataka Heavy Industries Minister KJ George said the state government would assist Sutlej Textiles Ltd in setting up its unit in Chamarajanagar district at a cost of Rs 786 crore. The textile making unit is being set up at Badanaguppe and Kallambahalli villages of Chamarajanagar district, about 180 km southwest of Bengaluru.
TAI to organise exhibition on functional textiles
December 2015
The Textile Association of India, Karnataka Unit is organising an exhibition showcase on January 22-23, 2016 in Bengaluru. This is part of international textile conference on ‘Functional Textiles and Apparels: Global requirements and opportunities’.
Cotton acreage to fall, yield to rise
October 2015
The Cotton Association of India (CAI) has released its first estimates of the crop for the 2015-16 season beginning on October 1 at 380 lakh bales of 170 kg each. This is almost similar to the output of 382 lakh bales achieved in the 2014-15 season.
Go for finer cotton
March 2015
India is now the largest producer of raw cotton and second largest consumer. But still the country lags behind in many aspects, particularly the production of superfine cotton, which today is needed to produce premium cotton products.
SOS to Textile Minister
June 2014
The SRTEPC has played a transforming role over the years in promoting exports of Indian Man-made fibre textiles. Exports of these items which were negligible in the 1960s, have grown substantially to touch Rs. 34,518 crores (US$5.75 billion) during 2013-14.
Karnataka invests Rs 13 bn
May 2014
During the current financial year, the Karnataka government—through the Department of Handloom and Textiles—has invested Rs 13 billion under various schemes. The money has been spent for establishing textile parks,
Arvinds 9th EBO in Bangalore
April 2014
Arvind Ltd, one of the largest integrated textiles and branded apparel players, opened its 9th new Exclusive Brand Outlet (EBO) "TheArvind Store in Bangalore.
Scope for Jute as Geotextiles
February 2014
Jute geotextiles are generally 25 per cent cheaper than other fabrics. They are also biodegradable. However, being biodegradable, it is low on longevity and is best used in rural or arterial roads,

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