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Jun 12, 2017
Liquor ban on highways: Bombay HC tells govt to pass individual orders, says cannot shut all shopsThe Bombay High Court on Monday directed the state to hear and pass reasoned orders in each case individually as a total liquor ban was not possible.
Jun 06, 2017
Kerala HC asks govt to reconsider decision on opening liquor vends on highwaysThe Kerala High Court slammed the decision of the state government to open liquor vends on highways, warning they shouldn't interpret the court's directive.
Jun 01, 2017
Pinarayi Vijayan govt plans to reopen liquor shops in Kerala, alleges CongressThe Congress party in Kerala on Thursday alleged the Pinarayi Vijayan government was in talks with the liquor lobby and to reopen closed down liquor shops on two national highways
Jan 16, 2016
Hot potato: Bihar govt clarifies that VAT only on 'packaged samosas and kachoris'The Bihar government clarified that 13.5 per cent VAT will be applied on “packaged dry samosas and kachoris” that are selling over Rs 600 per kg and not those sold at wayside eateries. Earlier this week, Bihar, has said it will impose a "luxury tax" on samosas -- one of the country's most popular snacks -- sparking widespread outrage.
Nov 30, 2015
Bihar liquor ban: Biharis in America say boozing it down won't work in hard drinking IndiaOutright prohibition has a poor record, Gujarat’s hooch mafia is flourishing, people continue to die from bad moonshine. Non resident Biharis are positive the proposed liquor ban in the state will drive poorer folks to more deadly potions and roll out a new gravy train for Bihar’s police in the name of enforcement.
Nov 28, 2015
Congress, JD(U) want liquor ban in Jharkhand; Maharashtra BJP too joins the clamourThe Congress and the Janata Dal (United) on Friday demanded ban on liquor in Jharkhand to prevent the “prospect of sale in black” in contiguous areas with Bihar as the bordering state is going dry from April 1 next year.