Parrikar condones police failure to nab convicted former minister Francisco Pacheco

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday tried to condone Goa Police for their inability to nab a convicted former minister Francisco Pacheco, who has been on the run for nearly a month now, and said if needed they could take help of other police forces.

Six boys rescued from custody of UK national in Goa

Six boys from Kolhapur in Maharashtra were rescued from the custody of a British national here last month by Panaji police with the help of a local NGO.

Smriti Irani-Fabindia case: Goa Police identify voyeur store worker
Smriti Irani-Fabindia case: Goa Police identify voyeur store worker

 A week after the hidden camera was detected by Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani at a Fabindia outlet near here, police on Saturday claimed to have identified the store staffer who was behind the voyeurism episode.

Fabindia's top executives appear before Goa Police

Top officials of Fabindia, including its CEO and MD, Friday appeared before Goa Police to record their statements in connection with a voyeurism case.

Smriti Irani CCTV row: Fabindia CEO, MD fail to appear for questioning, seek more time
Smriti Irani CCTV row: Fabindia CEO, MD fail to appear for questioning, seek more time

Goa Police has summoned top officials of FabIndia for questioning in connection with the voyeurism case filed against the outlet's staff after Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani alleged last week that the store in Candolim had a CCTV camera suspiciously placed near the trial room.

Fabindia top bosses to be quizzed in voyeurism case

Goa Police will quiz two top officials of Fabindia on Tuesday in connection with the voyeurism case filed against the outlet's staff after Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani alleged that the store had a CCTV camera focusing at the trial room.

Smriti Irani-Fabindia case: Goa Police to record statements of 'other victims'

Goa Police on Sunday said all the persons involved in the voyeurism case, registered following a complaint by Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani, would be brought to book and "other victims" too would be called for recording their statements.

Smriti Irani camera shocker: Can't rule out conspiracy, says Goa CM

Trying on clothes at an outlet of a reputed garment brand at Candolim village near here, a vigilant Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Friday spotted a hidden camera positioned to record inside the small room, raising an alarm after which Goa Police registered a case against the staff for voyeuri

Smriti Irani spots hidden camera in Goa Fabindia's trial room

Trying on clothes at an outlet of a reputed garment brand at Candolim village near here, a vigilant Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani today spotted a hidden camera positioned to record inside the small room, raising an alarm after which Goa Police registered a case against the staff for voyeurism.

Smriti Irani spots hidden camera in Goa Fabindia's trial room- Part 2

Trying on clothes at an outlet of a reputed garment brand at Candolim village near here, a vigilant Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani today spotted a hidden camera positioned to record inside the small room, raising an alarm after which Goa Police registered a case against the staff for voyeurism.

Nepali man arrested with drugs in Goa

The anti-narcotics cell of Goa police has arrested a Nepali national for possession of LSD and heroin worth more than Rs 5.5 lakh, a police spokesperson said on Wednesday.

Swachh Bharat: Goa Police to give best station award

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s pet project `Swachh Bharat` campaign has inspired Goa Police to dive into the cleaning act.

Goa journalist accuses police of assault as he spoke in Hindi

A journalist working for a local news channel has accused two Goa Police officers of assaulting him because he spoke in Hindi.

Goa police to seek help of other states in Raj Bhawan hacking case

Goa Police will join hands with the police department of other states in investigation of the hacking case of official website of state Raj Bhawan, a police official said.

Goa Police in dock for neglect in serial rape

Months after being exposed for not registering an offence after a woman complained of sexual torture, Goa Police are now in the dock for turning away a woman after she complained that her husband raped her daughter, mother and sister earlier this month.

Girl held for 'defaming' friends on FB through fake accounts

A 22-year-old girl was arrested from Cuncolim village Thursday for allegedly creating fake accounts of her friends on a social networking site and posting their pictures with obscene messages, police said.

Goa CM apologises for calling African a `Negro`

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar Thursday apologised for using the word "Negro" in one of the answers tabled on the floor of the House here after the alleged racist slur evoked strong reactions from the members.

Goa Police refuse to book Muthalik over hate speech

The Goa Police have refused to register an FIR against Karnataka-based Sri Rama Sene (SRS) chief Pramod Muthalik for an alleged hate speech uploaded on YouTube where he had exhorted the Hindus to keep a sword handy and use it if challenged.

Mob justice: Two thieves beaten, paraded naked in Goa

In a shocking case of vigilante justice, two men in their mid-twenties were roughed up, dragged and paraded naked by a mob near here after locals suspected they were thieves, police said Monday.

`Police had no intention to arrest youth for anti-Modi post`

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday said that police had no intention to arrest the 33-year-old engineer who was booked for posting comments against Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Facebook, while indicating that he may be let off after inquiry.