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09 December 2021: Government has been implementing the Handlooms (Reservation of Articles for Production) Act, 1985 for production of reserved items only on Handlooms and to protect the interest of handlooms weavers in the country.

09 December 2021: Piyush Goyal has asked the Plastic Manufacturing Industry to aim to increase their turnover to Rs.10 lakh crore from present level of 3 lakh crore in next 5 years. He said that

09 December 2021: Kathakraang is a poetic fusion of dance and book-making, where parallels are drawn as one experiences this work of art. The fluidity and graceful movements of Kathak as a dance form is

09 November 2021: MUTOH America, a leader in wide-format inkjet printers, cutters and inks, announces the release of the new XpertJet 1642WR Pro dye-sublimation printer. This mid-level entry point printer features new extra-wide MUTOH AccuFine

09 December 2021: As a Party to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), India periodically submits its National Communications (NCs) and Biennial Update Reports (BURs). As per India’s third BUR submitted to

09 December 2021: In its continued commitment to the industry to further support printing and graphic arts education, PRINTING United Alliance - the most comprehensive member-based printing and graphic arts association in the U.S. -

30 November 2021: The booking of space for participation in 15th PrintPack India 2022 is open for the companies. The Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) had announced organisation of 15th PrintPack

30 November 2021: Countries such as China, Japan, South Korea, India etc are industrial hubs that house numerous electronic equipment, devices, components, automotive, and other industries, which require printed electronics for reducing the overall energy

30 November 2021: Conveying its protest against the rise in yarn prices, the entire Tirupur garment sector led by the Federation of Tirupur Apparel Cluster went on a day-long massive strike with the closure of

30 November 2021: On the Anniversary of Bangladesh's deadliest Garment Factory Fire, Worker Rights Consortium has appealed Walmart and other Laggard Retailers to join acclaimed Safety Programme. It may be noted that a massive fire

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