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Five-star hotels must give explanations for charging exorbitant rates for bananas, eggs: Ram Vilas Paswan
Business

Five-star hotels must give explanations for charging exorbitant rates for bananas, eggs: Ram Vilas Paswan

The minister wondered how five-star hotels could charge Rs 442 for two bananas and Rs 1,700 for two eggs when these items were sold in the open market at very cheap rates.

Bengaluru's hotels and bars go dry; state faces loss of revenue, image, tourism and business
India

Bengaluru's hotels and bars go dry; state faces loss of revenue, image, tourism and business

Last-minute efforts by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah failed to save Bengaluru's pubs from the Supreme Court ban on liquor outlets, and about 600 pubs, bars and liquor shops located within 500 metres of highways will go dry

Cheers! 250 bars to reopen as Kerala HC stays ban on liquor sale
India

Cheers! 250 bars to reopen as Kerala HC stays ban on liquor sale

Bar owners in Kerala had earlier approached the court challenging the government's decision to close over 700 bar hotels in the state, maintaining it was discriminatory.

Govt's austerity drive: No meetings in 5-star hotels or first class travel for babus
Economy

Govt's austerity drive: No meetings in 5-star hotels or first class travel for babus

Unveiling an austerity drive to cut non-plan expenditure by 10 percent, the government has barred bureaucrats from travelling First Class on overseas visits and have been asked to use video conferencing as much as possible.

God's own country runs dry: Kerala High Court orders 670 bars to shut down
India

God's own country runs dry: Kerala High Court orders 670 bars to shut down

The Kerala HC upheld the government's liquor ban on bars in the state. However bars in four and five star hotels would still be permitted to function.

Govt made hasty decision to shut bars: Kerala bar owners tell HC
India

Govt made hasty decision to shut bars: Kerala bar owners tell HC

In their affidavit filed in the court, the bar owners said a substantial revenue of the government is augmented from the taxes, duties, and rentals collected from the Abkari business.

Kerala govt files affidavit in High Court over 'vow' on liquor prohibition
India

Kerala govt files affidavit in High Court over 'vow' on liquor prohibition

Kerala Government on Tuesday informed the High Court that it was its 'avowed' policy to reduce liquor consumption in the state.

Will examine tourism sector's concerns on new liquor policy: Kerala govt
India

Will examine tourism sector's concerns on new liquor policy: Kerala govt

Kerala government on Tuesday said the concerns of the tourism sector on the impact of the new liquor policy would be looked into.

SC orders status quo on Kerala liquor policy till 30 September
India

SC orders status quo on Kerala liquor policy till 30 September

The bar owners in Kerala will be able to serve liquor till 30 September as the Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a status quo till then.

International liquor firms are upset with Kerala's ban policy: Congress
India

International liquor firms are upset with Kerala's ban policy: Congress

International liquor companies are upset with the Kerala government's new liquor policy, said Congress.

Will not go back on liquor policy of limiting bar licenses: Kerala CM
India

Will not go back on liquor policy of limiting bar licenses: Kerala CM

Kerala CM Oommen Chandy made it clear that his government would not go back on its new liquor policy of limiting bar licenses to only 5-star hotels.

Ban on bars: Kerala cabinet ratifies new liquor policy
India

Ban on bars: Kerala cabinet ratifies new liquor policy

Kerala cabinet on Wednesday ratified the new liquor policy of the Congress-led UDF government.

Luxury hotels swap keys in India's economic slump
India

Luxury hotels swap keys in India's economic slump

ow, US-based Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc is in talks with the same owner to take over management of the property under its St. Regis brand, people familiar with the matter said, part of a shake-out at the luxury segment of India's ailing hotel industry.