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India to be self-sufficient in silk production by 2023: minister Irani, India
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India's Central Silk Board (CSB) recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on a convergence model for implementation of agro-forestry in the silk sector under the ongoing Sub-Mission on
Shahlon Silk Industries expands geographical reach, India
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Shahlon Silk Industries Ltd, a leading fabric and manmade fibre company in India, has announced that the company is expanding its geographical reach to cater to more markets as the demand for textile
Indian PM Modi buys traditional textiles; gamusa, stole & shawls, India
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To encourage entrepreneurship among women, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi purchased a few products, including textile items, on International Women' Day yesterday. Traditional textile products
Switzerland's Uster highlights contribution of silk pioneer, Switzerland
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Switzerland’s Uster has shared the story of its silk pioneer, Peter Haettenschwiler, who passed away in August 2021. He dedicated his career to making the finest yarns and fabrics out of the delicate
Philippine scientists develop four new silkworm hybrids, Philippines
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Scientists involved in textile research in Philippines have developed four new silkworm hybrids, implying availability of new strains for cocoon production for silk yarns and fabrics. Compared to the
Upgraded silk weaving factory inaugurated in India's J&K, India
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The Indian government would begin the branding of Kashmir silk and offer it an international market, Manoj Sinha, lieutenant governor of Jammu and Kashmir union territory, said while inaugurating the
Indian body KVIC sets up silk yarn production centre in Odhisa, India
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Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC), a statutory body formed by government of India, announced that it has set up Odisha’s first ever tussar silk yarn production centre at Choudwar in
UNSW Sydney studying whether spider silk can be produced for use, Australia
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UNSW Sydney is studying whether spider silk can be produced for use in military and sports clothing, medical devices and prosthetics. Scientists believe using spider silk could herald a revolution in
Tufts University steps towards sustainability in leather by using silk, United States Of America
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Scientists at the Tufts University School of Engineering have created leather-like material from silk. The team broke down the fibres from silkworm cocoons into their proteins, and used these proteins
Garden Silk Mills Q2 FY21 revenue drops to ₹470 cr, India
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Garden Silk Mills Ltd, a leader in Indian textile industry, has reported a decline in its revenue from operations to ₹470.48 crore in its second quarter (Q2) FY21 that ended on September 30, 2020,
 
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