5. Bartenders can't infuse their liquor
Flavor-infused liquor is popular, as evidenced by every embarrassing drink your girlfriend ever asked you to order her. In Alberta, Canada though, if you want to serve up a "Raspberry Magic Martini" or a "Pomegranate Fusion Mojito" or a "You're Just Getting This Because It Tastes Like Candy," you'll need to rely on existing brands. There, it's illegal for a bartender to infuse, flavor, or otherwise add to a liquor unless a customer specifically asks them to. This really stifles bartenders' creativity, and they're upset they can't age their drinks.
6. You need a license to drink in Maharashtra
India's alcohol laws are determined on a state-by-state basis. Usually, this simply means they decide whether to outlaw it entirely, or to set a drinking age.
In Maharashtra, though, anyone who wants to drink needs an officially-issued license to do so. Which sounds fine, until you realize that means you have to head to the Government Civil Hospital and request one. We can only imagine that's like getting your license at the DMV, except you're annoyed and ashamed.