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Liquor ban: States move to skirt 'none-for-the-road' order as pubs, bars bleed - Hindustan Times

From re-designating highways to seeking legal redress, state and city authorities across India are hunting for ways to circumvent last week's Supreme Court order banning the sale of liquor within 500m of national and state highways. The first weekend ...and more »

Hit by liquor ban, Daman, others seek NH denotification - Times of India

New Delhi, Apr 4 () Concerned about a likely hit to their revenues following a Supreme Court ruling that banned liquor sale within 500 metres of national and state highways, a few states and Union Territories have approached the Centre to denotify ...and more »

UP state highways turn district roads to circumvent Supreme Court's liquor ban - Hindustan Times

The Uttar Pradesh government has taken a page from the Chandigarh model to circumvent a Supreme Court order mandating the closure of establishments that sell liquor along national and state highways. It has simply rebranded many of its major state ...and more »

Bars, pubs, restaurants too come under highway liquor ban: SC - The Hindu

In a significant clarification of its December 15 judgment banning sale of liquor within 500 metres of highways across the country, the Supreme Court has said the ban extends not just to retail liquor outlets but also to bars, pubs and restaurants ...and more »

Harman Sidhu: The man behind the liquor ban on highways loves his drink - Hindustan Times

It's an irony of sorts. The man behind the booze ban in clubs and pubs along the highways across the country himself loves his drink. “Yes, of course l drink,” says Harman Sidhu, a road safety crusader and the man who filed the original petition which ...and more »

Liquor ban: After Supreme Court order, most highways run dry - The Indian Express

Telangana & Andhra Pradesh. Liquor shops along the highways in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh functioned normally on Saturday despite of the Supreme Court ban as licences are valid till September 30 and June 30, respectively in both states.and more »

Ban on highway liquor shops may disrupt sales in next two months - Economic Times

MUMBAI: The ban on highway liquor shops is expected to disrupt sales in the next two months for an industry already facing its slowest growth rate in more than a decade, but companies remain gung-ho about India in the long term. The Supreme Court's ...and more »

Denotifying NHs to bypass SC liquor ban will put additional burden on states - Hindustan Times

With the Supreme Court's March 31 order banning liquor sale within 500 metres of national and state highways, at least half-a-dozen states – including Rajasthan and Punjab – are scurrying to the Centre with requests to get stretches of national ...and more »

Women lead protests against shifting of highway liquor shops to residential areas - Hindustan Times

Anti-alcohol groups spearheaded by women have found a new resolve to press for the removal of bottle shops in residential areas, after the Supreme Court banned liquor sale within 500 meters of national and state highways. Protesters have poured on to ...and more »

Alcohol Banned On National And State Highways. All You Need To Know. - Huffington Post India

From April 1, the sale of alcohol has been banned along national highways in India, following a Supreme Court order directing states to revoke commercial liquor licences. The move is expected to severely hit liquor and wine shops to tourist ...and more »