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Feb 21, 2018
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar denies existence of drug mafia in Goa, says narcotics are smuggled for trade and consumptionThere is no drug mafia in Goa, but drugs are smuggled into the state for "trade, consumption and transit", Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said
Jan 05, 2015
Pak probe links terror boat to Baloch drug cartel, Parrikar says 'evidence shows terror link'According to Indian Express report, the 25-foot vessel was captained by Yaqboob Baloch, a resident of the Lyari town in Karachi. Baloch is believed to work for Balochistan-based drug cartel of Mir Yakub Bizenjo.
Dec 19, 2014
Interstate drug mafia targeting school kids in Jammu: PoliceEven as the police claimed to have arrested the three accused involved in the death of Divya and supply of drugs to youth in Jammu region, it is still enquiring about the involvement of others in the drug racket.
Sep 09, 2014
One drug bust every week, yet Goa claims there's no 'drug mafia'Over 119 Indian nationals were arrested in the last three years for possession and attempting to sell drugs ranging from natural drugs like hashish and marijuana to exotic synthetic drugs like LSD and Metamphetamine also known as MDMA.
Nov 07, 2013
Goa CM Parrikar denies allegations of racism against NigeriansParrikar said, "It is not racism. If you see earlier history, you will see that more Nigerians are involved in drugs. So people are seeing it that way."
Nov 05, 2013
Nigerian protest: Local drug lords gain upper hand in Goa turf warContrary to the popular notion that chunks of Goa’s coastline have been parceled out amongst drug cartels of Russian, Nigerian, Israeli nationalities, in reality, it’s not territory which is the crucial factor.
Oct 18, 2013
Goa: Cop-neta nexus in tango with drugs mafia, says House reportThe report of the assembly panel takes the lid off Goa's worst kept secret.
May 24, 2013
Brazilian drug mafia shut down shops, schools in RioDrug traffickers in Rio de Janeiro ordered shops closed in one of its biggest slums early on Thursday, defying efforts to restore order to the city's vast shantytowns and renewing safety concerns in Brazil as it prepares to host the World Cup and Olympics.
Nov 09, 2012
How Google helps track drug cartels in MexicoA Mexican working on her PhD at Harvard University's Department of Government has developed an algorithm that uses Google's search engine to track the activity, movement and "modus operandi" of drug cartels in her homeland.