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North Indian outreach, migrant crisis, Coimbatore, Tiruppur

Tirupur garments hub crippled by Ukraine war, slowdown in US, UK markets

The situation is rather grave, prompting Stalin to write to Modi to intervene in the matter; multiple reasons have led to the MSMEs facing a crisis

To save garment industry, govt should dish out cheap credit, reimburse wages

Textile producers and exporters across the country have faced gigantic losses due to the stalling of work and stranding of shipments in transit and cancellation or suspension of orders due to the COVID-19 crisis across the world.

How textile town Tirupur took care of migrant workers amid lockdown

At a time when lakhs of migrant workers stranded across the country have been rendered jobless due to the lockdown and are staring at a bleak future, the administration of the textile city of Tirupur in Tamil Nadu has successfully managed to retain a workforce of 1.3 lakh migrant labourers by engaging them in alternate sources of livelihood and looking after their daily needs.
Tirupur Exporters Association, coronavirus, Coronavirus outbreak, COVID-19, banks, loans, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

COVID-19 impact: Tirupur exporters seek financial bailout action from FM

Amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak which is taking a toll on several businesses, Tirupur Exporters Association (TEA) on Monday wrote to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman seeking help to bail out the textile units from the financial crisis.

Coronavirus outbreak keeps Chinese yarn, raw materials off Tirupur shelves

The Indian textile industry braces for a tough time ahead as traders face a double blow with both the imports and exports getting affected because of the novel coronavirus outbreak in China. In Tirupur, India’s leadin...
Maj Gen Kyrylo Budanov Ukraine Head of Intelligence

Putin ‘unlikely to survive war’ and could be toppled before it ends, top Ukraine spy says

Ukraine’s spy chief believes that Russian President Vladimir Putin is "unlikely" to survive the war in Ukraine, which has been underway since February earlier this year. "It's unlikely that he survives it," Ukrainian ...
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Tamil Nadu: Kancheepuram tops all districts in exports in first quarter

Kancheepuram tops all other districts of Tamil Nadu in exporting merchandise in the first quarter of this financial year. The district exported goods worth Rs 32,263.28 crore in the first quarter. Chennai district follow...
Women workers, gender gap,

Between a rock and a hard place: COVID and women’s work in rural TN

Young girls’ participation in paid work must be understood in the context of poverty, caste and class-based inequality, and informality in the globalised industrial cluster of Tirupur in Tamil Nadu