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Textile traders fear huge losses due to Chennai floods

SUART: Floods in Chennai and heavy rains in other parts of Tamil Nadu have hit hard many textile traders in the country's largest man-made fabric (MMF) wholesale market here in the last few days. Delivery of textile fabrics to Tamil Nadu from Surat ... Times of India, 2 months ago
Textile industry grappling with loss from floods Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Rise in rice prices likely in Tamil Nadu

Chennai : Tamil Nadu may face shortage of rice over the next few months as thousands of hectares of agricultural lands submerged in the recent deluge. Water-logging in rice godowns at Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur had spoiled stored stocks. Already ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

New national level organisation exclusively for wholesalers and distributors likely to be formed soon

Akin to the national trade body, All India Organisation of Chemists and Druggists (AIOCD), a national level organisation exclusively for the pharma wholesalers/distributors is likely to be formed soon with headquarters either in Chennai or in New ...
 PharmaBiz1 month ago
The Hindu

Traders, logistics firms bleed

Small traders, distributors and logistics providers are reeling under the adverse impacts of the torrential rains and flooding caused in parts of the State including Chennai. Many of them had failed to insure their goods against floods, opting only ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Relaxation in shops working hours hailed

With the Central government bringing a new Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, shopping at midnight for a birthday gift, indulging at a restaurant at 3 a.m., collecting a cheque book and picking up essentials whenever it suits you will soon be ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
DNA India

Jewellers across Mumbai join all India strike; Rs 1,300 crore business to be affected

Jewellers across Mumbai have joined the all India strike on Wednesday. Business to the tune of Rs 1,300 crore is expected to be affected, according to sources. Over 300 jewellery associations across the country are observing observe one-day ...
 DNA India2 days ago

Giving new spin to familiar yarn

Innovations on to promote coir sector : Coir-hoop vertical gardens were on display at fair It’s not hard to imagine Alappuzha as the permanent venue of a global event showcasing coir and natural fibre products. The coastal town is one of ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago

Leewards Of Davos And Delhi

The world may be looking at India. But two years of drought are taking their toll on village economies, precipitating large-scale migration. In Davos, the world's thinkers are talking about India being the beacon of hope in an uncertain global ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago
The Hindu

A big turn-off for jewellery buyers

new rule that mandates the use of Permanent Account Number (PAN) card for transactions exceeding Rs. 2 lakh since January 1, 2016 has caused much consternation among the business community, especially jewellers. Nationwide protests on the issue ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

tiruchi today

RELIGION Sri Sanjeeevana Anjaneyar Trust, Srirangam : Sri Hanuman Jayanthi, Sweetha Ramar thirukalyana mahotsavam, South Chithrai Street, Srirangam, 7 a.m.; vocal by Srirangam Karpaga Vinayagar Bhajan Mandali, 5 p.m.; violin concert by ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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