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Oct 18, 2019, 00.12 AM IST
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Khadi may soon open its maiden foreign venture beginning with Bhutan

In addition, six Indian designers (Anjana Bhargav, Nitin Bal Chauhan, Paras Gairoliya, Payal Jain, Rahul Mishra & Renu Tandon) created a special Khadi ensemble each, which too were spotlighted at the event.

Two retail investors petition NCLAT against Alok Industries' delisting move

The litigants claim they represent an informal group of more than a thousand retail investors in Alok Industries

Slowdown tales: Bhiwandi’s power looms fall silent

Bhiwandi once had more than 8 lakh power looms & the textile hub was a guaranteed source of income for many.

Cheaper yarn imports hurting domestic textile players

Owing to the US-China trade war as well as free trade agreements with ASEAN countries that allow duty-free imports into the country.

Multiple threats looming which could slow down the pace of domestic apparel exports: ICRA

Retail sales of clothing and clothing accessories in the US have remained flat during 8M CY2019 vis-a-vis the corresponding period last year.

Virat Kohli brand One8 forays into kids category with Puma

Designed by Kohli, the collection comprises a range of sneakers, tees, shorts, active pants and accessories.

Linen Club aims Rs 1,500 crore business by 2024; to add 200 stores

Besides domestic expansion, Linen Club, which has couple of stores in the Middle East, is also exploring opportunities to open stores in southeast Asian regions.

Man-made fibre imports hurting domestic textile industry: CITI chairman Sanjay Jain

CITI chairman Sanjay Jain said that there is an increase in imports of all the MMF products post GST.

Maharashtra State Handlooms Corporation signs MoU with Amazon India to launch handloom brand online

Amazon India said that the MoU will have an impact on the work of over 600 weavers from 17 villages of Maharashtra.

Mandhana Retail finds the going tough as ties with ‘Being Human’ sour

In its annual note to shareholders, TMRVL admitted that “while there is unanimity on ‘strategic intent’ between the foundation and the company, there is sometimes an asymmetric view on operational matters”.

From plastic to fashion, RIL finds business in sustainability

From plastic to fashion, RIL finds business in sustainability

Reliance Industries, which has its roots in polyester business, aims to make ‘sustainable clothing’ affordable and accessible.

Customs told to keep an eye on garments imported via Bangladesh

Customs told to keep an eye on garments imported via Bangladesh

The DRI has asked the customs wing to look carefully at the origin certificates issued for such consignments by Bangladesh trade bodies.

Textiles minister Smriti Irani launches sustainable fashion project

Textiles minister Smriti Irani launches sustainable fashion project

Top fashion and retail brands like Future Group, Shoppers Stop, Aditya Birla Retail, Arvind Brands, Lifestyle, Max, Raymond, House of Anita Dongre, Westside, Spykar, Levis, Bestsellers and Trends are signatories to the project.

View: Can India regain its textile glory? Here're the right answers

View: Can India regain its textile glory? Here're the right answers

Here's how India can reverse the slide in apparel exports and ride a high growth path.

Papad, cosmetics, honey push Khadi Comm sales up 25% to Rs 75,000 crore

Papad, cosmetics, honey push Khadi Comm sales up 25% to Rs 75,000 crore

During 2018-19, khadi sales rose 28% to Rs 3,215 crore.

Brief warning: Innerwear sales reveal a slowdown

Brief warning: Innerwear sales reveal a slowdown

Sharp dip in June quarter figures shows 'men's underwear index' holds true for India.

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