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Puri Srimandir Servitors Welcome Dress Code, Mixed Response To Traditional Attire For Devotees

The decision of SJTA to fixed dress code for servitors has been welcomed, though the same for devotees has evoked mixed response.

Supreme Court Relaxes Dress Code Requirements For Lawyers For COVID-19

New Delhi: Hours after Chief Justice of India S.A. Bobde suggested putting away jackets and long gowns for judges and lawyers during hearings via video conferencing to prevent spread of coronavirus, the Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a formal notification to put the direction into effect. “It is notified for the information of all concerned […]

Students Stage Protest Outside JNU Over Fee Hike, Dress Code

New Delhi: Hundreds of students staged protests outside the Jawaharlal Nehru University on Monday over fee hike, curfew timings and dress code restrictions in the varsity. Students wanted to march towards the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), where Vice President Venkaiah Naidu is addressing a convocation, but the gates have been barricaded. The […]

No Jeans, T-Shirts Inside High Court! Odisha Officials Pulled Up Over Dress Code

Cuttack: Taking serious note of Odisha government officials’ casual attire while appearing for court proceedings at the Orissa High Court, the officials have been directed to follow proper dress code. In a letter to the Odisha Chief Secretary, Asit Tripathy from office of the Advocate General (AG), it has been mentioned that many government officials […]

Twin city girls react to IIT dress code circular

Bhubaneswar/Cuttack: The diktat issued by the authorities of a women’s hostel at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-Delhi) asking students to wear ‘full covered decent clothes’ to house day to be observed the premier institute on April 20,  has sparked off widespread resentment in parts of the country. Several girl students in the […]

Outrage over Koraput Collector’s bizarre dress code

A circular issued by Koraput Collector Jaya Kumar V asking visitors to adhere to a dress code has led to outrage in the district and beyond