The Welspun companies that proposed the projects, all three to come up in Shabad mandal, Ranga Reddy district are expected to firm up their plans with the State government approving a set of customised benefits for them recently.Welspun is the latest to join the growing list of well-known names preferring Telangana, something both senior officials and Ministers attribute to the TS-iPASS policy, industry-friendly climate and a support eco-system in the State.

More than 1,000 international brands will display their products in over 800 booths and over 2,000 foreign delegates from 27 countries mainly from Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, Japan, Turkey, UK, USA etc will grace the event.

Jeanologia’s objective is to reduce environmental impact in its entirety, not partially mitigate it.With Jeanologia as the expert technology partner the textile market is more competitive and respectful of the environment.Through their technology, the company also eliminates the use of potassium permanganate, pumice Stone, manual bleaching and traditional laundering

TIRUPUR: The city corporation has declined to provide answers to an applicant under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, claiming that “the applicant has sought information on different subjects in one application.”

The city of Tirupur was always known as an entrepreneur’s paradise — a place where unskilled labour arrived from across the country to receive on-the-job training before ultimately starting their own micro to small units to service India’s largest knitwear export cluster.

The Tirupur garment exporters are perturbed by the manner in which the government machinery was insisting them to pay advance tax at a time when the huge volumes of entitled refunds and export incentives meant for them under government schemes were pending.