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Economy

Prohibition bad for India's health

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A waiter pours a mug of beer at a pub in Mumbai.   © Reuters

India's state governments are embracing bans on the sale of alcohol, seeing prohibition as a way to check crimes against women, reduce road accidents caused by drunken driving and, most importantly, woo voters to win elections.

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