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  • Dress decent, says Karnataka government to employees

    Dress decent, says Karnataka government to employees

    If you work for the Karnataka state government, you had better put some thought into what you decide to wear to work in the morning. Men must wear a shirt and trousers or a pjyama-kurta, while women must stick to saris or churidars, according to a ci...

  • Aligarh Muslim University withdraws salwaar-kameez-only dress code

    Aligarh Muslim University withdraws salwaar-kameez-only dress code

    The Aligarh Muslim University administration has withdrawn its order, issued yesterday, that asked the students residing in one of its women's hostels to wear "proper and decent-looking dresses, i.e., salwar kameez with dupatta, both in or outside th...

  • Dress code for women bartenders in Bangalore soon

    Women employed in bars and restaurants in this tech city to serve liquor and food will soon have a dress code to ensure their safety and security, an official said late on Wednesday.

  • Khaps' diktat on women's dress and cell phone unlawful: Supreme Court

    Khaps' diktat on women's dress and cell phone unlawful: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today said that Khap panchayats' diktat on dress code for women and asking them not to carry mobile is unlawful.

  • Women aping western culture not good for India: BJP leader

    Women aping western culture not good for India: BJP leader

    After Madhya Pradesh Minister Kailash Vijaywargiya drew flak for 'laxman rekha' remark, his senior colleague Babulal Gaur on Sunday said 'foreign culture' of women wearing jeans and T-shirts, drinking liquor and dancing with other men is not good for...

  • Students protest against Puducherry government's dress code idea for girls

    Students protest against Puducherry government's dress code idea for girls

    The Puducherry government's idea to make overcoats compulsory for girl students in schools, which the ruling NR Congress believes could be a solution to check crime against women, has touched a raw nerve among the student community.

  • Nitish Kumar favours reducing age of juvenile to 16

    Nitish Kumar favours reducing age of juvenile to 16

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday suggested change in laws against heinous crimes like rape with provision of speedy trial and favoured reducing juvenile age from 18 to 16 years in view of the spate of crimes being committed by youngsters.

  • Wearing skirts to school causes sexual harassment: BJP politician

    Wearing skirts to school causes sexual harassment: BJP politician

    A BJP legislator in Rajasthan wants the state government to prohibit private schools from making girls wear skirts as uniform, citing it as the reason behind increased cases of sexual harassment.

  • Iran pays Russian women to cover up in nuclear plant

    Iran is paying Russian women working as technicians at its sole nuclear power plant to adhere to the Islamic dress code, an Iranian lawmaker told the ISNA news agency on Tuesday.

  • Anger over dress diktats: Girls in Haryana college fined for wearing jeans

    Anger over dress diktats: Girls in Haryana college fined for wearing jeans

    In a women's college in Bhiwani in Haryana, wearing jeans and t-shirts will invite a fine of Rs. 100. This dress code, college authorities say, is a way to check incidents like eve-teasing as also to maintain discipline and decorum inside the college...

  • Oxford University to allow men to wear skirts to exams

    Oxford University to allow men to wear skirts to exams

    In a move to please its transgender student community, the Oxford University has introduced a new academic dress code which allows men to wear skirts or stockings to exams and formal occasions while women can wear suits or white bow ties.

  • Tamil Nadu teachers asked to wear clothes that don't tempt students

    Tamil Nadu teachers asked to wear clothes that don't tempt students

    A controversial circular on dress code for school teachers by the school Education Department has led to murmurs among women teachers in Tamil Nadu. The circular asks teachers to come dressed "in a dignified way, in line with their noble profession a...

  • Blog: Teachers asked to wear clothes that don't tempt students

    Tamil Nadu school education department has added a new curriculum, this time for its teachers - dignified dressing! A recent circular asks teachers to come dressed in a dignified way, in tune with their noble profession and culture. It adds that teac...

  • No jeans at work, Haryana govt department warns women

    No jeans at work, Haryana govt department warns women

    Directing its field staff to wear "decent" clothes to work, the women and child department (WCD) department in Haryana has asked them to desist from wearing jeans and T-shirts to work. The controversial order has virtually termed jeans and T-shirts a...

  • Swiss bank issues non-sexy dress code

    All staff in a Swiss bank has been told to wear non-sexy apparel. While women were told to wear flesh-coloured underwear and avoid flashy jewellery, men were asked to wear classic professional suits and avoid socks with cartoon motifs.UBS - erstwhile Union Bank of Switzerland - has ordered its staff...

  • Iranian women players to follow dress code

    When Iran's badminton team left Teheran, the brief was not really to bring the winner's cup back to the country.

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