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Tex Trends India 2012 Inaugurated Company Briefs at afaqs

New Delhi, January 19, 2012After the grand success of Tex Trends India 2011, the Ministry of Textiles today announced the second edition of Tex Trends India 2012, which aims to provide the biggest platform in Asia to the exporters and the buyers, to bring together the best in Indian Garme prada nts and Accessories, Fabrics, Home Furnishings Made ups, Indian Handicrafts, Handlooms, Silk, Wool Woolen products, Jewellery, Jute and Carpets all under one roof.Hon ble Minister for Commerce, Industry and Textiles, Govt. of India, Shri Anand Sharma in the presence of Smt. Panabaaka Lakshmi, Hon ble Minister of State for Textiles, Govt. of India inaugurated the second edition of Tex Trends India 2012 today. This three day mega event starting from today until 21st January, 2012 will be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.Tex Trends India 2012 will see a huge participation from about 600 exhibitors, 10 textile Export Promotion Councils and National Jute Board and global buyers from countries including USA, UK, Turkey, Japan, Spain and South Africa.On the occasion, Hon ble Minister for Commerce, prada Industry and Textiles, Govt. of India, Shri Anand Sharma commented, India earns about 11% of its total foreign exchange through textile exports. Tex Trends India 2012 will provide a great platform to the Indian exporters in promoting a blend of traditional and modern products. Last year, we could garner exports to the tune of USD 185 million through Tex Trends and this year, we are certainly aiming high in terms of export volume generation. The event will showcase India s huge potential as an exporting country and will offer a great variety for its global buyers. Ministry of Textiles along with Ministry of Commerce and Industry have come up with the second edition of Tex Trends to reiterate our commitment to this socially and economically relevant sector. The show synergizes the efforts of all the export promotion councils in the textile value chain.This event will provide a perfect platform to enhance the gl prada obal reach of India s wide array of textiles and clothing including Indian Garments Accessories, Fabrics, Home Furnishings Made Ups, Indian Handicrafts, Handlooms, Silk, Wool and Woolen products, Jewellery, Jute and Carpets. This initiative is in lieu with Ministry of Textile s mission of intensifying the efforts for strengthening the position of Indian Textile industry in the global market, said Smt Kiran Dhingra, IAS, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India.Dr. A. Sakthivel, Chairman, Apparel Export Promotion Council added, India, in recent years, has been the focal point of continuous growth and development. India is the first largest producer of raw jute, second largest producer of silk, second largest producer of cotton yarn, second largest producer of raw cotton and fifth largest producer of synthetic fiber yarn. Tex Trends India 2012 is thus organised to help Indian exporters to reach out to the global buyers and get the best of the business deals all under one roof.The jury for the display awards includes Mr. Sunil Sethi, Ms. Ha prada rmeet Bajaj, Ms Payal Jain, Ms. Banyan Netfaqs Pvt Ltd takes no responsibility for and disclaims the information available in form of press releases across our network.

prada Tevez bags Open spotAndres

Tevez bags Open spot

Andres Romero attracted plenty of attention on the final day of the Open Championship, but certainly not for his golf.

The Argentine employed Manchester City striker and compatriot Carlos Tevez as his caddie for 18 holes, although the move backfired on Romero as he struggled to an 82.

Huge golf fan Tevez arrived at Royal Lytham on Saturday to watch Romero slump from one under to six over after a 77, and he enjoyed his experience on the bag despite his countryman slipping to last place.

“Yes, I enjoyed the round. The course is beautiful,” said Tevez. “The chance to walk along the course and to be around these great players is a pleasure and something unforgettable.

“It was good to enjoy the last day with him. This was the dream of everybody who plays golf. It was my first major!”

“It was dif prada ficult to carry the bag because it weighed so much but it was fine. I couldn’t give any advice about the slopes but I just carried the bag and supported him each hole. We worked together very well.”

Romero added: “He came to my house and he asked me first and we all agreed he would take the bag,” said the Argentinian, who gave regular caddie A prada nibal Nunez the day off.

“We really enjoyed the day but I’ve not paid Carlos yet we will see. I was prada playing really badly so we weren’t talking about golf at all.”

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