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Apr 12, 2017
Liquor ban on highways: 175, including women, booked for anti-liquor stir in MuzaffarnagarAltogether 175 people, including women, have been booked for damaging wine shops in the district, police said here on Wednesday.
Mar 15, 2017
Consumers quaff imported wines as domestic wine brands seen inferior and lacking status, finds surveyMumbai remains India’s largest wine consumption market, it is largely a domestic wine-driven market with low frequency of wine purchases and relatively lower spending on wine, compared to other centres.
Nov 23, 2016
Cash strapped tipplers choose country liquor over IMFL, as demonetisation hits alcohol hardThe central government's decision to demonetise higher-value currency notes has had an unlikely victim; sale of alcohol has been hit badly in the state of Maharashtra
Oct 23, 2016
Hong Kong on a plate: A foodies' guide to the 'Pearl of the Orient' that goes beyond baosFrom the 'char siu bao' at Tim Ho Wan to snake wine at the Little Bao, this is ultimate foodie's guide to Hong Kong
Jul 29, 2016
Rihanna seems to really enjoy her glass of wine, and these pictures are proofRihanna has been clicked very often, walking out of restaurants with a glass of wine
Jul 07, 2016
The Italian wine star that came back from oblivionArray
Jun 26, 2016
FSSAI approves safety standards for alcoholic drinks, finalises list of additives to be usedFood safety regulator FSSAI has approved standards for alcoholic drinks like whiskey and beer and finalised a list of additives to be used.
Jun 09, 2016
Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 soon to be launched in ‘Cocktail Wine Red’ colourThe Cocktail Wine Red paint scheme features a red and black theme
Dec 27, 2015
Small pleasures of 'burra din': Christmas has changed but Kolkata stays the sameMore robust and in your face, the nature of Christmas and New Year's eve celebration has changed in Kolkata but the ancient city has assimilated the changing milieu
Oct 19, 2015
A look at the illicit winemaking tradition that is older than Islam in North PakistanThe hems of his jeans rolled, Rehmat Ali climbs barefoot up a tree to pick the grapes dangling from climbing vines, defying hostile religious injunctions against alcohol to celebrate a wine-making tradition.