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Latest News on Kerala Alcohol Ban
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Dec 17, 2014
Kerala alcohol ban: Chandy forced to water down an insincere liquor policyIn a huge departure from his earlier stand, Chandy announced that his cabinet will take a look at the practical changes required in the government’s liquor policy.
Dec 12, 2014
Kerala bar bribery case: Here's why FIR against Mani is good news for CM ChandyTo have an FIR, which accuses KM Mani of accepting a bribe from the liquor traders, is a smear that will haunt him for a long time.
Dec 12, 2014
Kerala bar bribery case: LDF demands Finance Minister Mani's resignation, protests in AssemblyCPI(M)-led LDF opposition protested in Kerala Assembly demanding resignation of Finance Minister K M Mani in the wake of the VACB filing an FIR against him.
Dec 11, 2014
Bar bribery case: Anti-corruption bureau files FIR against Kerala Finance Minister ManiKerala Finance Minister K M Mani was on Thursday booked by Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau (VACB) in the bar bribe scam.
Oct 31, 2014
Cheers! 250 bars to reopen as Kerala HC stays ban on liquor saleBar 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.
Oct 30, 2014
God's own country runs dry: Kerala High Court orders 670 bars to shut downThe 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.
Aug 26, 2014
Modi govt mum on Kerala liquor banUnion Tourism Minister Shripad Naik today declined to comment on Kerala's proposed liquour ban policy saying it is a state government's decision and he is yet to "examine it
Aug 22, 2014
Kerala heading for complete prohibition: Will ban on booze help Chandy?It may sound ironical that little Kerala, which has the dubious distinction of being the highest per capita consumer of alcohol in the country, has begun on a historic journey towards complete prohibition.