Inauguration of Narendra Modi is a big event in India, and it is a chance to celebrate his election as Prime Minister.
The president of the country, who is also the prime minister, has decided to put his stamp on the fashion sector, according to a report in the Indian newspaper, The Hindu.
Modi’s fashion policy is “anti-females”, according to the report, and has drawn criticism from a number of quarters.
However, there are some signs that the new Indian PM is willing to change his mind.
For example, the Indian clothing industry is expecting a boost in sales this year, as the Indian economy is recovering and the country is in a new phase of growth.
India’s clothing industry grew by 7.7% in 2017, which is nearly double the pace of 2015.
The fashion industry is also expected to boost sales by about 5% this year.
According to the India Institute of Commerce, India’s apparel industry is expected to grow by 13.4% this fiscal year.
The report also notes that Indian brands are already selling more items than their US counterparts.
Indian fashion companies are already expected to sell about 50% more items in the country this year compared to 2017.
There is also a push for women to become more prominent in fashion, according a report by the Indian Express.
The Times of India reported that Modi’s first decree as Prime Minster has mandated the “reorganization of the entire fashion industry and the establishment of a new body to regulate and regulate the fashion industry”.
The report notes that the president’s decree will ensure that all Indian brands, regardless of size, have an equal voice in the fashion world.
The decree will also ensure that no one brand will dominate the Indian fashion market, and that the fashion houses are empowered to focus on their respective areas of focus.
India is already a fashion powerhouse.
In the past decade, the country has seen a huge growth in the number of high-end brands.
In 2017, fashion brands sold an estimated 6.4 million pieces of clothing and accessories, the Times of Indian reported.
In 2019, there were 1.8 million brands selling clothing and products.
The largest brand, Uniqlo, sold 4.7 million pieces, while the second largest, Zara, sold 1.6 million pieces.
The growth of Indian fashion is a sign that the country’s economy is starting to take off, according the Times Of India.
In 2016, there was an average growth rate of 8.5% in the apparel sector, with an average of 6.6% in clothing and accessory sales.
But as India’s economy slows down, there has been a drop in apparel sales.
In 2018, the average growth in apparel industry was 8.4%.
However, the rate of growth in fashion sales is much slower.
In fact, in 2017 there was a 12.7%, but the rate dropped to just 1.3%.
In 2018 and 2019, the decline in apparel sector sales was actually much more than the drop in fashion.
The apparel industry has seen huge growth over the past few years.
According the Times, Indian brands have seen their sales grow by 20.3% in 2019 and 22.1% in 2018.
The country has also seen a significant decline in the size of its fashion industry.
According a study conducted by research firm eMarketer, in 2019 the country had just 1,826 retail stores, down from 1,979 in 2017.
However in 2018, India had 8,851 retail stores.
This means that India’s retail trade in goods and services accounted for around 70% of its total retail trade.
According eMarketers, the fall in retail sales in 2019, is due to a number, including a drop of 2.3 million garments sold, which could be attributed to the fact that the Indian Fashion Week, which was held last year, was postponed.