The industrial revolution in Europe introduced power loams for textile production. The British collected raw material for their industries from the subcontinent and they captured the market for their products in the sub continent and started establishing industries in this area. The Muslim majority........

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The origin of the Indian textiles is thought to be the Indus Valley civilization, situated in modern Pakistan, where people used homespun cotton to weave garments. Historically, the Indus valley region engaged in significant trade with the rest of the world. The silk from the region, for example, is........

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After independence (1947) of Pakistan, first cotton textile mill named Valika Cotton Textile Mill was established at Karachi in 1948. After establishment of first mill, it emerged as the largest cotton textile center of Pakistan this was, because all economic, social, infrastructural, export, and im........

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After independence (1947) of Pakistan, first cotton textile mill named Valika Cotton Textile Mill was established at Karachi in 1948. After establishment of first mill, it emerged as the largest cotton textile center of Pakistan this was, because all economic, social, infrastructural, export, and im........

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After independence (1947) of Pakistan, first cotton textile mill named Valika Cotton Textile Mill was established at Karachi in 1948. After establishment of first mill, it emerged as the largest cotton textile center of Pakistan this was, because all economic, social, infrastructural, export, and im........

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