The excise minister said that while according permission to employ the fairer sex in bars and restaurants they were instructed to strictly follow the guidelines issued by the Supreme Court and the Karnataka High Court scrupulously.
"From today itself the owners can employ women to Black Prom Dresses on Sale food and liquor in their bars and restaurants," the minister added.
In the light of the Supreme Court verdict in 2007 and the Karnataka High Court ruling in 2008, the excise department has permitted owners to employ women for serving food and liquor, he explained.
'Comply with rules'
Stating that all the bars and restaurants have to run as Blue Prom Dresses on Sale the rules of the department and comply with the Apex court's guidelines, Renukacharya warned of punitive action against owners of such outlets if women were found dressed in obscene dresses.
However, the minister said that there is no specific guideline over the dress code which can be imposed on bars and restaurants for women.
'No live bands'
Replying to a question, Renukacharya said that the Green Prom Dresses on Sale has not given permission to run live bands, dance or any other programmes in bars and restaurants to attract customers.
The decision of the excise department to allow bars and restaurants to employ women to serve food and liquor was in conflict with the decision of Bangalore Police Commissioner Jyothi Prakash Mirji who recently banned women from serving liquor in bars and restaurants in the city.
The contention of the police was that the girls employed Wedding Dresses serve liquor may also resort to dance and attract customers in violation of the rules. Published by HT Syndication with permission from New Indian Express.
Faced with perennial complaints from Mahajans and local people around the temples about scantily-clad foreign tourists visiting temples, a prominent temple in Goa has imposed restrictions on the entry of foreigners while a couple of others have announced a dress code for all visitors.
While the Mahalasa Narayani temple at Mardol, around 20 km from here, put up a board about two months ago restricting the entry of foreign tourists, the Mangueshi temple at Mangueshi village, around 1.5 km from Mardol, and Ramnathi temple at Ramnathi village of Ponda taluk, Short Prom Dresses 28 km from here, have imposed a dress code for visitors.
“We have nothing against foreigners, but often their prom dresses on sale and conduct in the temple is found to violate the sanctity of the temple norms, so the management has decided to restrict their entry,” said Mahalasa Narayani temple president Vinod Kamat.