Wildcraft India bags a deal to make rucksacks for the Indian Army
“We have bagged a multi-million dollar order from the Ministry of Defence to make rucksacks for the Indian army. It is an unchartered territory but creating an ideal rucksack for an Indian jawaan who spends maximum time outdoors in challenging terrain will be good learning. The order will be executed next year,” said Siddharth Sood, cofounder of Wildcraft India.
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Myntra heads out to buy 5% stake in Wildcraft
A Wildcraft spokesperson said they constantly evaluate options to raise funds and “there is nothing concrete to share at this point of time.”
Here are some much-needed tips to enjoy the perfect monsoon trek
Monsoons are a great time to get out and trek up at your own pace. Burn some calories and bring back nice memories.
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Businessmen ditch briefcases, take the softer option of backpack or messenger bag
The messenger bag has come to be the accessory of choice for chief executives because it allows them to carry laptops, tablets and 4 or more chargers.
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Two militants killed, two jawans injured in gunfight near Line of Control
Two militants were killed and two soldiers injured in a gunfight near the Line of Control in Karnah area of Tangdhar sector in Kashmir, army officials.
Indian Army busts militant hideout in Ramban, recovers huge munitions
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Skootcase replaces suitcase as luggage firms use innovation to woo desi travellers
Luggage makers are also upping their spend on innovation and coming up with products that are more convenient for travellers, such as a waterproof rucksack for a weekend trip.
Sequoia Capital looking to invest about Rs 100 crore in outdoor gear manufacturer Wildcraft
ET could not independently verify the size of the IPO or the valuation the company is looking at for raising the funds from the public.
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