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Punjab govt issues dress code for officers 

Four days after the apex court judge had expressed displeasure over the informal dressing of Lahore deputy commissioner, the Punjab government on Friday notified a dress code to be observed by the officers during the office hours and while appearing before the courts of law.

Saudia Airlines issues ‘controversial’ dress code for passengers

RIYADH: Saudia Airlines has issued a ‘unique’ dress code for passengers and those who flout the new rule will not be allowed to board a flight. The airline, also known as Saudi, is the national carrier of Saudi Arabia. According to the code for passengers, the airline says “… clothed in a manner that would cause discomfort or offence to other passengers. Women exposing legs or arms, or wearing too thin or too tight clothes and men wearing shorts exposing legs," reported the Telegraph. "#الخطوط_السعودية" تحدد قواعد…

US Army eases rules on beards, turbans for Muslim, Sikh troops

WASHINGTON: The US Army has taken new steps to make it easier for Sikhs, Muslims and other religious minorities to obtain approval to dress and groom themselves according to their religious customs while serving in the military, a spokesman said on Thursday. Army Secretary Eric Fanning, in a memorandum signed this week, revised the uniform policy to set appearance standards for people seeking religious accommodations to wear beards, turbans and head scarfs. The new rules also enable brigade-level commanders to approve…

PCB lifts Umar Akmal’s suspension

LAHORE: Middle order batsman Umar Akmal will be available for the first Twenty20 international against New Zealand after Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) lifted the player's suspension, ARY News reported.