Delhi Police directed to adopt formal dress code

first_imgNEW DELHI: In a unique order, that has raised quite some eyebrows additional DCP (Central district) Anant Mittal has issued a directive stating that all police personnel should wear formal clothes even when in plainclothes while on duty, the logic supposed to be behind this is to maintain dress code decorum under his jurisdiction.The order, issued on July 18, has been circulated in all police stations and different branches of Central district. “It has been noticed that police official, including women staff, even while in plain clothes used to wear jeans, T-shirts, especially women staff tops, sleeveless and western-style dress that does not look proper in office premises or police station and against the dress code (sic),” the order states. Also Read – Gurdwara Bangla Sahib bans single use plastic”Henceforth, all officials, including women staff, are hereby directed to wear the formal dress even when in plain clothes. The wearing of T-shirts, sports shoes, tops, low-waist trousers will not be tolerated.” “The male staff can wear trousers and shirts as usual, while the female staff can wear sarees, salwar suit/kurta, trousers/shirts, etc. The supervisory officers will ensure a proper check of the directions. Non-compliance will be viewed seriously,” it states.last_img read more

Website to provide early warning signals to paddy and vegetable producers

The website would provide better understanding on paddy crop in each district. The Socio Economic and Planning Centre of the Department of Agriculture has launched a new website for Sri Lankan farmers, which aims to provide updated information in order to educate them to make productive decisions regarding their crops.This website is a very useful information source for -farmers, consumers, agricultural producers and food processing institutions as it provides information harvest of paddy, vegetables and other field crops, the Policy Development Office of the Prime Minister’s office said. In terms of the information provided in the website, there would be a glut in pumpkin production during the period from January to March 2019 and it is anticipated that there would be a price drop in comparison with the price of later period of December 2018.The 2018/19 Maha Paddy crop is expected to be massive. This information could be accessed through and use “public” as the Username and Password. Further, by providing an early warning system for vegetable growers, it would encourage the farmer community to mitigate wastage and price fluctuations due to glut and thereby to produce for the requirement of the country. read more