New grooming standards for Air India’s cabin staff prohibit religious jewellery and thread.

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The airline has instructed the staff, among other things, that they should not have grey hair and that it has to be routinely coloured in a natural tone.
New grooming standards for its male and female cabin staff have been announced by Tata Group-owned Air India, including a ban on the wearing of black and religious thread on the wrist, neck, and ankle.
The airline has instructed the staff, among other things, that they should not have grey hair and that it has to be routinely coloured in a natural tone.
Thumb rings and “religious rings with coloured stones and pearls, nose-pins and neck jewellery” are prohibited.
According to the rules, “Black and religious thread on wrist, neck, and ankle are definitely prohibited.”
The crew members are permitted to seem bald, according to the airline.

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