Blue Whale Challenge – CBSE issues guidelines to schools for safe internet usage

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a circular to all schools asking them to install effective firewalls, filtering and monitoring software mechanisms in all the computers and regularly review filtering and blocking policies and procedures. The decision was taken days after the government issued direction to internet majors to remove links of the deadly Blue Whale Challenge — an online game in which the final task requires the player to kill self. Read more about Blue Whale Challenge – CBSE issues guidelines to schools for safe internet usage[…]

3-D Crime Scene Reconstruction in 3 Steps

              Scan. Analyze. Deliver. Crime scene reconstruction can be accomplished in a variety of ways. In some cases, data compiled at the scene, such as location of evidence and blood spatter interpretation, as well as the possible movements and final resting place of the body is later inserted into a computer to provide three-dimensional videos that illustrate what may have happened at the scene. Any crime scene may be Read more about 3-D Crime Scene Reconstruction in 3 Steps[…]

How time changes

The famous actor Arnold Schwarzenegger posted a picture of him sleeping in the street under his famous bronze statue, and wrote sadly (How times changed). The reason he wrote the sentence was not only because he was old, but because when the governor of California opened the hotel with the statue in front of him. The hotel officials told Arnold: “At any time you can come and have a room reserved in your name”. When Read more about How time changes[…]

Documentation of crime scene

Documentation of crime scene  One of the most important aspects of any crime scene investigation is properly documenting the crime scene. This documentation provides a record of the evidence found at the scene and the observations of the scene itself at the time it was discovered. A complete and accurate record of the scene is essential for investigating the crime and for presenting the case when it goes to court. Documenting the scene begins with Read more about Documentation of crime scene[…]

Expert Evidence and it’s Admissibility

​EXPERT EVIDENCE AND ITS ADMISSIBILITY. The Courts required expert evidence to some limited field i.e. medical doctors, engineers, architects, stockbrokers etc in the past. With the vast development in science and technology, the need of expert opinion/evidence has now become very common as well as helpful to the Courts to reach upon a fair conclusion regarding commission of an offence. Today the role of experts has been widened and the Courts take their assistance in Read more about Expert Evidence and it’s Admissibility[…]

Date – rape drugs

Sex assault, date-rape drug allegations rattle University.  17 year old girl gang-raped by classmates at friend’s birthday party. Army man lost all belongings over spiked biscuit in train. These are some of the news headlined compiled across the world just to make aware my blog readers, the spiking of drinks and food items with drugs which causes the victim to loose consciousness for few hours or drained of all energies to offer any kind of Read more about Date – rape drugs[…]

Blue Whale banned in India

Just a few days back, I had written a blog highlighting the scare caused by Blue Whale Internet game which attracts mostly teenagers due to their emotional vulnerability in this age group. The Blue Whale game   or better known as Blue Whale Challenge provokes players mostly teenagers to do daring, self destructive tasks for 50 (fifty) days before taking the final challenge to be declared as “winner” of taking self life by jumping from Read more about Blue Whale banned in India[…]

Experts’ Evidence (S.45 Indian Evidence Act, 1872)

​Section 45 in The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 S. 45 Opinions of experts.—When the Court has to form an opinion upon a point of foreign law or of science or art, or as to identity of handwriting or finger impressions, the opinions upon that point of persons specially skilled in such foreign law, science or art, or in questions as to identity of handwriting, or finger impressions are relevant facts. Such persons are called experts. Read more about Experts’ Evidence (S.45 Indian Evidence Act, 1872)[…]

The Toothbrush Salesman

​            The Toothbrush Salesman The kids filed into class Monday morning. They were all very excited. Their weekend assignment was to sell something, then give a talk on salesmanship technique they used. Little Sally led off, “I sold Girl Scout cookies and I made $30” she said proudly. “My sales approach was to appeal to the customer’s civil spirit and I credit that approach for my obvious success.” “Very good”, Read more about The Toothbrush Salesman[…]

White Collar Crime

Being a forensic scientist, sometimes I get some relatives coming to my office and home to get help in their forensic matters. Forensic science itself is a very big field. The term ‘forensics’ can be added to any field involving crime, criminal and the law. Besides this, I am a serving forensic scientist specialist in Fingerprints with 32 years of experience. My unit i.e. Finger Print Bureau is attached to the Crime Branch, Delhi Police, Read more about White Collar Crime[…]