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The Corpse Is a Silent Witness Who Never Lies—A Case Report  [PDF]
Vijay Pal, Pawan Mittal, Jitender K. Jakhar, Yogesh Kumar Vashist, A. D. Aggarwal, Bhavesh Bohra
Forensic Medicine and Anatomy Research (FMAR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fmar.2014.23008
Abstract: There are two very common sayings about corpse (dead body). The first common saying is that “the corpse is a silent witness who never lies” and the other common saying is that “the dead body is extremely eloquent and honestly informative, if one exercises patience in listening to it.” Both these sayings were proved in one of our cases. In the present case, decomposed body of an unidentified female individual aged about 25 - 26 years was recovered from the bank of western Yamuna canal in Haryana. The police made the efforts for establishing the identity of the deceased but could not succeed. The body was forwarded to the district hospital for autopsy along with the inquest report. However, the body being in advanced stage of decomposition so it was referred from the district hospital to the department of Forensic Medicine, PGIMS, Rohtak (Haryana) for the examination and the expert opinion regarding the cause of death. The findings observed on examination of the body helped to deduce the cause, time and manner of death whereas certain important objective features of identification were also observed and ultimately proper identity of the deceased could be established beyond the reasonable doubt by DNA profile of the samples preserved at autopsy. The autopsy findings, DNA profile and the results of examination of other materials (exhibits) taken from the body not only revealed the truth from the silent witness—the corpse, but also provided objective and scientific evidence to establish the corpus delicti in this case.
Evaluation of Modified Vector Space Representation Using ADFA-LD and ADFA-WD Datasets  [PDF]
Bhavesh Borisaniya, Dhiren Patel
Journal of Information Security (JIS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jis.2015.63025
Abstract: Predicting anomalous behaviour of a running process using system call trace is a common practice among security community and it is still an active research area. It is a typical pattern recognition problem and can be dealt with machine learning algorithms. Standard system call datasets were employed to train these algorithms. However, advancements in operating systems made these datasets outdated and un-relevant. Australian Defence Force Academy Linux Dataset (ADFA-LD) and Australian Defence Force Academy Windows Dataset (ADFA-WD) are new generation system calls datasets that contain labelled system call traces for modern exploits and attacks on various applications. In this paper, we evaluate performance of Modified Vector Space Representation technique on ADFA-LD and ADFA-WD datasets using various classification algorithms. Our experimental results show that our method performs well and it helps accurately distinguishing process behaviour through system calls.
Rediscovering Historical Narrative of Delhi: A Postmodern Reading of William Dalrymple’s City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi.
ThirdFront : Journal of Humanities and Social Science , 2013,
Abstract: This paper is intended to examine the historiographical representation of Delhi in William Dalrymple’s City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi (1994). A non-chronological unfolding of the narrative of Delhi- its history, social life and customs, this prose piece not only digs deep in its past but also leads to an interesting exploration of the process of transformation of the capital of India as a postmodern megacity. Though written in a mode of travelogue and description, the focus of discussion lies in an examination of the metamorphosis of Delhi through the centuries. The paper attempts to locate postmodern characteristics in various narratives of Delhi and emphasises an organic presence of the functioning of postmodern elements while Dalrymple narrates his one- year chronicled sojourn in the national capital. Dalrymple’s act of historicization of the city narrative is profoundly based on his unconventional exploration of a host of petite narratives of, say, the Sufis, the eunuchs, Roshan Ara, Dara Shukoh, the pigeon fanciers, the Unani hakim, etc. His modes of account, analysis, and description of events, persons, places, rituals, etc. are potentially structured with smooth and almost accurate account. The paper predominantly aims at an accentuation of discovering postmodern hallmarks in Dalrymple’s City of Djinns bringing discussions into postmodern critical framework of critics such as Ihab Hassan, Jean Fran ois Lyotard, etc.
An investigational study on the legibility of eye drops′ labels
Bohra A,Tiwari P
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences , 2006,
Abstract: The safe use of medicines depends upon the ability of users to read the information on the medicine label carefully and accurately and being able to act accordingly. The label provides important information on the use of the medicines, which helps the users to make correct use of their medicines. However, legibility is often a problem encountered in the labeling of small packages like eye/ear drops. The consumers as well as health professionals find labels difficult to read because of a number of reasons such as very small letters, poor quality of printing and poor colour contrast. This study aims not only to evaluate the legibility of information on the primary label of the eye drops but also to identify the problem(s) pertaining to its legibility.
Phytoremediation of oil contaminated soil by some arid legume tree species
Nishi Mathur,Joginder Singh,Sachendra Bohra,Avinash Bohra
Advances in Environmental Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: Petroleum contamination of soil is a serious problem throughout the world. Phytoremediationis a promising technology for the clean up of petroleum contaminated soil. In the present work therhizosphere of Prosopis cineraria (L.) Druce, Acacia senegal (L.) Willd. and Acacia nilotica (L.) Willd. Ex.Del. plants were tested for their abilities to stimulate the microbial degradation of soil pollutants in desertsoil contaminated with 2.5-2.6% crude petroleum oil. The results showed that the roots of the threedifferent plants were density associated with total bacteria, fungi and oil-degrading microorganisms, thisis confirmed from the (R+/S+) ratios which ranged from 55.2-250.8 (for total bacteria), 20-131.3 (forfungi) and 95.7-296.1 (for oil degraders). Percentages of oil-degraders were higher in the rhizospheresoil of P. cineraria (65.5%) as compared to the rhizosphere soil of A. senegal and A. nilotica plants (22.5% and 20.2 % respectively). The results of the biodegradation of oil and its fractions showed that greatreduction (26 %) of total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPHs) was observed in the rhizosphere soil of P.cineraria as compared to 15.6 % and 12.8 % reduction in rhizosphere soil of A. senegal and A. niloticarespectively. It was observed also that in the polluted non-cultivated soil the TPHs were reduced by 8.2 -10.5 % as a result of biostimulation process only (addition of nutrients).The results also showed that P.cineraria rhizosphere was able to reduce more of the saturated (43.0 %) and more of the aromatics(25.7 %) fractions, compared to (35.2 % and 7.9 %) for A. senegal and (31.2 % and 4.1 %) for A.nilotica rhizospheres. It is of interest to find that 5.3 % of the hardly degradable fraction resins weredegraded in rhizosphere soil of P. cineraria. The present results clearly demonstrated that P. cineraria provided successful phytoremediation process of a contaminated desert soil as compared to the othertwo legume trees.
Biomass Production, Productivity and Physiological Changes in Moth Bean Genotypes at Different Salinity Levels
Nishi Mathur,Joginder Singh,Sachendra Bohra,Avinash Bohra
American Journal of Plant Physiology , 2006,
Abstract: Responses of three genotypes (CZM-105, HM-61 and RMB-108) of moth bean (Vigna aconitifolia) grown under four levels of NaCl salinity (0, 5, 10 and 15 dS m-1) were studied on plant growth, seed yield and nitrogen metabolism at the maturity stage. Increasing salinity levels progressively decreased plant height, leaf area, shoot dry matter and seed yield in all the genotypes. However, CZM 105, displayed higher salt tolerance whereas RMB-108 was most sensitive with 48.5% reduction in seed yield at 15 dS m-1 of NaCl. Genotype HM-61 displayed an intermediate tolerance to salinity. Salt-induced changes in the levels of total chlorophyll, soluble protein, free amino acids and activities of nitrate reductase, glutamine synthetase, glutamate synthase and glutamate dehydrogenase were consistently less in tolerant genotype CZM 105 as compared to moderately tolerant HM-61 and salt sensitive genotype RMB-108 at all levels of salinity.
An Approach to Reduce Web Crawler Traffic Using Asp.Net
Chetna,Harpal Tanwar,Navdeep Bohra
International Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: Now days search engine transfers the web data from one place to another. They work on client server architecture where the central server manages all the information. A web crawler is a program that extracts the information over the web and sends it to the search engine for further processing. It is found that maximum traffic (approximately 40.1%) is due to the web crawler. The proposed scheme shows how web crawler can reduce the traffic using Dynamic web page and HTTP GET request using asp.net.
Automatic Sun Tracking System Using PSoC
International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: Vast amount of energy is available within the core of sun. The energy that is received from sun in an hour is more than that is consumed by us in a year [1]. If human race is able to capture even 1% of the total energy which sun delivers then we can cater the need of our race for decades. Efforts are continuously being made to capture as much energy as we can in order to store most of the energy which se are getting. In this paper a device called solar tracker has been discussed. Solar panels givemaximum output when the plane of the solar collector is normal to incident radiations [2]. The system discussed in this paper uses a PSoC device to control a small model of solar tracker. Voltage across the solar panel and a photoresistor is fed as an input to the PSoC to be processed and the output is fed to the geared DC motor.
Measuring Reliability of an Aspect Oriented Software Using Fuzzy Logic Approach
Reena Dadhich,Bhavesh Mathur
International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) refers to the programming approach which isolates secondary and supporting functions from the main program’s business logic. The application’s modularity increased in that way and its maintenance becomes significantly easier. Apart from the functional requirements while developing any software, we should also consider some non functional requirements like Reliability, Adaptability, and Suitability etc. In this paper an attempt has been made to quantifying the reliability of aspect oriented software using ISO/IEC 9126 Model. Due to the unpredictable nature of software quality attributes, the fuzzy multi criteria approach has been used to evolve the quality of the software.
Evaluation of Isoniazid Preventive Therapy Policy
Bhavesh Modi, Paresh Dave
National Journal of Community Medicine , 2012,
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