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  Interviewer: There are three aspects of jute industry: jute cultivation, jute industry and the environmental benefits of jute. If all three aspects are taken then jute industry cannot be a sunset industry, in today’s world. So what is the reason or the force that claims jute industry as a sunset…
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This is a chapter authored by Dr Dilip Kumar Kundu for the book Family Farming: Challenges and Opportunities (eds. B. Mandal et al.). Dr Kundu is assosiated with the Head of the Division of Crop Production, ICAR-Central Research Institute for Jute & Allied Fibres and has done extensive research…
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Geo-textiles are fabrics which allows liquids or gases to pass through it. Geo-textitle are used to separate, filter, reinforce, protect, or drain when used in soil. This article Suitability of Natural Fibres in Geotextile Applications by jute scientist P.K.Choudhury, Dr Mahuya Ghosh and Tapobrata…
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Debaprasad Bandyopadhyay is a professor at the Linguistic Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. This article 'Choot-Paat Bettantyo' , a reflection on the current situation of jute industry in Bengal and in India, was first published in the magazine BaroMash, Durgapuja Edition, on…
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Biswajit Mukherjee
History The Mughal chronicle Ain-i-Akbari (1590) mentions that people of rural India wore clothes made from white jute threads. Clothes used to be made from hand-spun fabric woven of such threads. Indians, especially Bengalis, have been using jute threads and other light-spun fabric thread in their…
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Choudhury P.K., P.K. Chatterjee and U. Datta. 1998. ‘Jute Geotextiles in Forestry’. National Seminar on JGT & JRC. Shillong. ———  and K. Jayachandran. 2002. ‘Jute as Geotextiles’. All India Seminar on Application of Jute Textile in Civil Engineering IEI. Kolkata.   De Haan, Arjan. 1997. ‘…
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