Murree Brewery was established in 1860 by British colonial rulers to supply beer to their troops.

Reader Comments (3)

  • Pity
    Jan 29, 2015 - 3:15PM

    Now i wonder what will those Indians say who have been supporting freedom of expression against Muslims?Recommend

  • Indian
    Jan 29, 2015 - 3:53PM

    Shameful and totally unacceptable! It may be ok for Europe but India must NEVER allow hurting the feelings of any religious group!!
    The editor must be make accountable.


  • Sneha
    Jan 29, 2015 - 5:06PM

    Who told you we support freedom of speech against Muslims? See with your own eyes. Whenever anti muslim/sikh/ Christian stuff comes up in india its banned, cases are filed/people arrested under section of constitution hurting other religions religious sentiments. Say a word here against any religion get a court case after you. Indian institutions don’t tolerate insult to other religion. But the same rule doesn’t apply to anti Hindu content That time it’s freedom of speech and those who oppose with words,dharna are extremists and taliban. They don’t gun or bomb you but still they are still extremist as per govt definition and arrested.
    In india Da vinci code(anti Christian), MSG(controversial sikh guru) satanic verses(anti Muslim), the cartoons french mags published(anti Muslim) banned and condemned by certain section of media and govt both. But paint, write, make movies derogatory to Hinduism is wah Art! freedom of expression,Liberty. Some states go to the extent of making anti Hindu movies tax free in their state like UP state did recently. I am hindu. My religion teaches me to be unbiased and secular. Freedom of speech should be equal for all or restricted for everyone. One law for all whatever it is. Other wise it is pseudo secularism(for india) We just don’t support any form of violence or brutaly killing someone to protest a cartoon or movie be any religion. Mouth is enough to do that under the same principle “freedom of speech”.


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