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He said inflow of liquor from neighbouring Assam and countries like Thailand and Myanmar were clear indications of the government's failure in enforcing the Act and so Nagaland was widely known as the "wettest dry state". Though maintaining that the
The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Jul. 16 2014, 6:45 PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jul. 16 2014, 7:13 PM EDT The Royal Canadian Navy has come a long way from the days when sailors received a free, noon-time ration of an eighth of a pint of rum.
A grandfather who lost his licence for riding drunk in the passenger seat of his car is seeking compensation for the three months he was wrongly barred from driving. Mounties admitted last fall it was an error to give Peter Norman a 65-year-old
Video Bottles of beer on display at a private retailer in Montreal in August 2004. for The Globe and Mail Video Video Food-primary establishments must continue to offer a full menu but patrons are not obligated to order food with their alcoholic
Come November, Fayette County residents could be able to do something they haven't done since the days of Prohibition: buy booze while the polls are open on Election Day. The Urban County Council is considering lifting a ban on Election Day alcohol
Shops in the Eastern Province city of Dammam in Saudi Arabia have been warned of a zero-tolerance policy if they fail to comply with strict restrictions on the sale of energy drinks. In March, the Saudi government banned the sale of energy drinks at
Councilman Matthew Jolibois cited the success of Tacoma's Sixth Avenue and Proctor business districts, saying Fircrest could offer something similar on a smaller scale. I would love to hear from people who want to keep the blue law in, Jolibois said.
Australia never enacted prohibition laws at the state or local levels, but temperance organizations flourished across the country . These studio photographs depicting five stages of inebriation were taken in the 1860s, and were likely commissioned
CT Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne says banning taxis from drive-thru liquor outlets will improve safety for cab drivers. (Ryan Pilon/CBC) Amid concerns about the safety of cab drivers, Prince Albert, Sask., has banned taxis from using drive-thru
May 2 Tomorrow will be an extra special National Homebrew Day for Kansas homebrewers, who can now legally transport and share their beer. More News On Wednesday, Governor Sam Brownback ceremonially signed House Bill 2223, which amended liquor laws to