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a kerchief worn over the head and tied under the chin

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However, ARG Palace said President Ghani's remarks regarding the head scarf have been misinterpreted by certain individuals who are attempting to disrupt the thoughts of the people.
Kabul [Afghanistan], Dec 3 ( ANI ): Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has extended his apology to the Afghan women in the backdrop of his controversial remarks regarding the head scarf.
Melania is not the first one among Western female dignitaries to forgo the traditional head scarf or a hijab.
As for players going abroad having to adopt a mode of dress that is foreign to them, it is perhaps useful to be clear about the sartorial burden: This isn't about having to wear a burqa, but a light head scarf and a modest outfit.
Senior advocate Sanjay Hegde, appearing for the Student Islamic Organisation of India, the NGO which had filed the PIL, said the directions of the CBSE's dress code were acceptable except the order that girls cannot wear head scarf.
The last time a lawmaker attempted to wear the head scarf in parliament in 1999 she was expelled from the assembly.
NNA - (Reuters) - Turkey lifted a ban on women wearing the Islamic head scarf in state institutions on Tuesday, ending a decades-old restriction as part of a package of reforms meant to bolster democracy.
ISTANBUL, Oct 6 (KUNA) -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday called for ensuring the full democratic right of females wearing head scarf, or hijab, to be treated on equal footing with other women.
I couldn't find a head scarf on my way out so I improvised.
I don't wear a head scarf (many Muslim women cover their heads out of modesty) but my boss told me I should always keep one in my bag for when I go into the streets.
3: Keep your hair tied back and looking trendy for the weekend with this bohoinspired head scarf, pounds 8 from Fat Face.
The toddler's mother, who was born in America but wears a head scarf, said she was left "humiliated" after workers said her daughter was on a "no-fly" list.
This religious merchant class, which sees nothing incompatible between wearing a head scarf and driving a Mercedes, is altering the society in a country once dominated by a secular elite that banned the wearing of head scarves in public institutions.
The 63-year-old victim was waiting at a stop on Linacre Lane, near to the Coronation pub, Bootle, on November 11, when he was approached by a woman in a head scarf and long flowing dress.