DOLAKHA, June 22: Police raided a government office in Dolakha district and recovered 40 liters of liquor. A team of District Police raided the office of Temperate Fruit Rootstock Development Center at Bhimeshwor Municipality-8 on Sunday and recovered 40 liters of liquor being brewed.
ITAHARI, March 23: Inaruwa Municipality has banned the sale of meat and liquor citing maintenance of health and hygiene amid heightening fears of coronavirus outbreak. The decision was taken during a meeting of the municipal office on Sunday.
NEW DELHI, May 29: At least 17 people died and 44 people were undergoing treatment in two hospitals following consumption of spurious liquor in India's northern state of Uttar Pradesh, officials said on Wednesday.
In the recent years, online shopping has gained steady popularity in Nepal. From clothing and electronics stores such as Daraz and Sasto Deal to food delivery apps such as Foodmandu and Bhoj Deals, there are many online platforms that make your life easier. The easy accessibility and efficient service, as well as the luxury of being able to stroll through an assortment of products on the same screen are the charms of online shopping. However, among all these online stores, there wasn’t a single store that delivered liquor at your doorstep until Cheers came along.
JUMLA, July 4: Before the local elections, there used to be competitions among the people of Ghodegaun in Jumla district regarding who can drink more alcohol and cause nuisance in the society. It was easy to find liquor in every home. Drinking used to be the reason behind every dispute and brawl in the village.
RAJBIRAJ, April 9: Police have taken under control six people including an Indian national on the charge of smuggling alcoholic drinks from Nepal to India. They were arrested from Belhi Chapena Rural Municipality-6 of Saptari district on Sunday evening.
KHOTANG, Nov 26: The District Administration Office (DEO), Khotang has banned the sale of liquor ahead of the elections with the objective of avoiding any kind incidents that might foil or disrupt the parliamentary and provincial polls slated for Sunday.
KATHMANDU, Aug 29: The Department of Industry (DoI) has permitted India's United Spirits Ltd to divest its 82.46 percent shares in United Spirits Nepal Pvt Ltd to existing shareholder Rajesh Bir Singh Tuladhar.