Top Headlines: As booze shops along highways go dry, states stare at massive losses

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As booze shops along highways go dry, states stare at massive losses
As watering holes along highways went dry after the Supreme Court made it clear on Friday that the ban on sale of liquor within 500 metres of highways across the country will now extend to pubs, bars and hotels on the highways, most states are left staring at big revenue losses in the impact.
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Modi was right, Mulayam says as he tears into son
Accusing Akhilesh of insulting him in the run-up to UP polls, Mulayam Singh Yadav said on Saturday that PM Modi was right when he had said that a son who was not loyal to his father couldn’t be loyal to anyone else. “Ye sahi hai ki jo baap ka nahin hua, wo kisi ka nahin ho sakta,” Mulayam said.


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National Green Tribunal, Bhopal, expressed displeasure over the quality of the inspection report submitted by authorities on the matter of the proposed location of a power substation in Pachpadra tehsil of Barmer. In September last year, the government had proposed a site in Korna village, which serves as a rich catchment area.
Man kills lover, ends life in Tamil Nadu
Police on Friday found a 25-year-old man hanging from a tree branch in Mamallapuram, while his girlfriend was found bludgeoned to death in a casuarina grove nearby.


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A team of five IIT-Madras students has developed a mechanical device that can lead to safer use of public toilets. The device lifts, sanitizes and wipes a toilet seat, and is hands-free.


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State Bank of Hyderabad slides into history
Seventy-five years after it was set up to manage the currency of Nizams, the State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH) on Saturday became part of history with its merger with the State Bank of India (SBI).
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