ISSN: 0972-8066 (CD version)
ISSN: 0972-8074 (Online version)
Forensic Pathology in a Changing Society
|Artifacts of blood in a case of hanging: Medico-legal masquerades
by Luv K. Sharma1, Geetanjali Sharma2, Basant L. Sirohiwal3, Vijay P. Khanagwal4, Pramod K. Paliwal5, D.R. Yadav6
|Accident or "extended suicide with a pet" - a case study
by MA Verhoff1, MH Suntz2, K Köhler2, HF Schütz1, G Weiler1, G Lasczkowski1
Marcel A Verhoff
|Abolition and Restoration of Section 309 IPC - an overview
by B. R. Sharma1, Anup Sharma2, D. Harish1
|Lichtenberg Lightning Strike Figures: Report of an Autopsy Case with Gross and Microscopic Findings
by Christopher O. Bibb1, P. F. Mellen2
Paul F. Mellen
|Obliquity vs. Discontinuity of
ligature mark in diagnosis of hanging - a comparative study
by Shrabana Kumar Naik
Shrabana Kumar Naik
N. B. There is an ongoing contest regarding the best paper published in this issue. The winner would be decided by the letters and emails reaching the journal office.
Scrolls of Honor (Cumulative Index)
Paper Submission Guidelines
An assessment of avian and other scavenging of an animal carcass at Katerniaghat wildlife sanctuary, District Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh - India, and its forensic implications, by Shamshad (Roma) Khan - A dissertation submitted to Bournemouth University, School of Conservation Sciences, UK in February 2006 as part of the requirement for the degree of master of science in forensic archaeology: crime scene and international investigations
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Shamshad (Roma) Khan
In this section, we regularly give important practical material for postgraduate students appearing in their medical examinations. The articles may serve as good review material for senior forensic practitioners too.
Importance of the examination of scene of crime: The mysterious scratches on thighs by Anil Aggrawal
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(This section reviews popular as well as technical books on Forensic Science, Forensic Medicine and allied subjects. Books on tape and Books on CD are also reviewed from time to time. In addition, maps, charts, diagrams, models, calenders, various kinds of software and multimedia such as Video tapes, CDs and DVDs related to crime, horror, suspense, mystery, criminology, police science and administration, forensic medicine, forensic pathology and allied subjects are also reviewed)
Dr. Rai Sudhir Prasad,
Do you know of a future forensic conference which doesn't appear in the above pages? Well, why don't you tell us and we would be glad to put the relevant information on our pages. If the conference has a site, let us know of the site address, and we would place a link to that site.
|The Role of the Forensic Scientist in Controversial, Politically Charged Death Investigations Internationally
by Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D.
Past President, American Academy of Forensic Sciences,
Past President, American College of Legal Medicine,
An exclusive interview with John Emsley,
author of the bestseller The Elements of Murder - A History of Poison
(Oxford University Press, 2005)
An exclusive interview with EJ Wagner,
author of the bestseller The Science of Sherlock Holmes
(John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2006)
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