PAPERS PRESENTED IN NATIONAL CONFERENCES
FIRST ALL INDIA CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AT BHOPAL 1976
1. Spot examination in burn cases-Suicide or homicide.
2. Photography - a tool for detection of murder.
3. The skeleton speaks the identity.
4. Medical contribution to guide for investigation.
5. Reconstruction of defence injuries with certainty.
6. Odontology in the aid of establishment of identity in skeletal remains.
7. Clinical picture through the Forensic eye of a human remains.
8. Exhumation and observation on stages of decomposition in few known cases.
9. Observation on suicidal hanging.
SECOND ALL INDIA CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AT GOA 1979
10. Forensic dentistry with special reference to identification.
11. Thermal deaths.
12. Expressive Act of life.
13. Weapon and wounds.
14. Medicolegal aspect of imbibition of foreign bodies in the eyes.
THIRD ALL INDIA CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AT DELHI 1980
15. Traumatic amputation of trachea in traffic accidents.
16. The role of CO (Carbon Monoxide) poisoning in burn cases resulting in death.
17. Poisoning by Kesari Dal.
18. Laboratory investigation of poisoning.
19. Sexing of Indian cranium through the media of cranio-capacity.
20. Significance of total cholinesterase activity in burn cases.
21. Lipping as an index of age determination in the symphysial part of pubic bone in India.
22. The value of foot drop in hanging.
23. Microscopic observation of soot in trachea.
24. Determination of sex from volume and compact area of long bones.
25. Artifact noticed in a case of hanging.
26. Death by burns in females and the Medico legal problems of the first order in modern society and analysis of 300 cases.
27. An unusual case of transmitted heat injury to the spleen.
28. Diatoms and their Medico legal significance in the diagnosis of death by drowning.
29. The measurement of the nasio occipital distance and its relation with height and sex.
30. The measurement of the length from tip of the middle finger to tip on the olecranon process and its relation to the height and sex.
31. Medicolegal investigation in a case of 12 bore blank fire.
32. Photograph of scene of crime and its importance in reconstruction of expert testimony.
33. Medicolegal importance of bangles. The wisdom of our elders.
FOURTH ALL INDIA CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AT HYDERABAD 1981
34. Enzymatic histochemical techniques for estimating age of injuries of wounds in early hours.
35. Conditions affecting some of the enzymes appearing in healing phase on the injury.
36. Case reports asphyxial deaths from various foreign bodies, in air passage.
37. History of incidence in sex crime by accused and victim during clinical examination - their status in courts.
38. Effect of CO in stomach in vivo and vitro.
39. Age estimation from fragments of mandible.
40. A study of rigor mortis in various deaths.
FIFTH ALL INDIA CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AT MADRAS 1982
41. Effect of heat on body tissues under experimental conditions.
42. Burns and possible artifacts.
43. Estimation of blood alcohol and possible misinterpretation.
44. A common method of alcohol estimation need for caution.
45. Stalactite in hanging.
46. Meaningful spot examination to prove corpus delicti.
47. Value of facial expression in interpretation of antemortem and postmortem burn.
48. Estimation of age by calcium and ash weight of long bones.
49. Microscopic study of teeth in the aid of age determination.
50. Establishment of drowning by study of long bones.
51. The acceptability of dying declaration in the court when it has been negativated during autopsy.
52. Decomposition is not a hindrance to appreciate antemortem injuries.
53. Diatoms and it's medico significance in drowning.
54. Estimation of serum cholinesterase activity in burn autopsies and its significance.
55. Histochemical enzymatic techniques as a basis of evaluation of age and nature of injuries.
56. Estimation of age by symphyseal surface of human pubic bone.
57. Macroscopic and microscopic study of human bone leading to individualisation on Forensic Medicine.
THE FIRST ASIAN PACIFIC CONGRESS ON LEGAL MEDICINE AND FORENSIC MEDICINE AT SINGAPORE 1983 Sept.
58. Pathology of bride burning.
59. An artless art of Medicolegalist.
60. Medicolegal value of mylohyoid line/Mental foramen in human mandible.
THE EIGHTH AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL FORENSIC SYMPOSIUM AT PERTH 1983
61. Reconstructive Forensic Medicine - paper II.
62. Investigative Forensic Medicine - paper II.
THE FIRST WORLD CONGRESS AND SIXTH CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AT BHOPAL 1984
63. Histological method of determining age and sex in human long bone-Humerus.
64. Histological method of determining age and sex in human long bone-Femur.
65. Histological distinction between human and animal long bone-Femur.
66. Medicolegal interpretation of position of tongue in dead.
67. Some artifacts in alcohol estimation.
68. Formalin fixed tissues and organophosphorus estimation.
69. Diatoms - Their use in Reconstructive Forensic Medicine.
70. Time since death.
71. Menstrual cycle and associated deaths.
72. Flies as a witness of the crime - a case study.
73. An Entomological study of Corpse.
54th ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES HELD AT MADURAI 1984
74. "Flies as the witness of crime"- A study of Forensic Entomology.
THE SEVENTH CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AT TRIVANDRUM 1985
75. Time since Death - An Entomological study on corpses.
76. An artless Art of Medicolegalist.
INTER NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FORENSIC SCIENCES (ICOFOS) MADRAS 1985
77. Histological differentiation of human & animal humerus bone.
78. Determination of age at death in human from quantitative histology of humerus in the male.
55th ANNUAL SESSION OF NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, INDIA, GWALIOR, 1985.
79. Entomology (Sarcophagidae Flies) in service of Forensic Medicine.
VIIIth ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AT BOMBAY, 1986
80. Medicolegal aspects of Mass Disaster - Bhopal Gas Tragedy.
81. Diatoms in the service of Reconstructive Forensic Medicine.
82. Identity by inca bone - An example of Investigative Forensic Medicine.
83. Reconstructive Forensic Medicine - Suicidal death by hanging - A positive opinion on photographs.
84. Management of Mass Disaster.
85. Identification by Super-Imposition technique - Buccal occlusion line of a skull & photograph of the alleged victim - (A definite identification technique).
86. Wads injuries and their Medicolegal interpretation.
87. Postmortem appearances of stomach mucosa in celphos poisoning.
88. Clothings is the first layer of body - in fire arm injuries.
89. Reconstructive Forensic Medicine - A case report.
90. Position of diaphragm in electrocution and it's Medico legal interpretation in dead.
91. Thud injury and its Medico legal interpretation.
92. Studies on blood cyanide levels following standard - Micro diffusion method.
93. Gas chromatographic analysis of Methyl Isocyanate for its presence in Gas Affected.
94. Determination of age at death in human from quantitative histology of femur.
95. Histological differentiation of human and animal femur bone.
96. Role of Forensic pathology in the disasters produced by wild animals- Case report.
97. Sensitive Gas Chromatographic Method for determining cyanide in body fluids.
98. Determination of urine thiocyanate in terms of cyanide.
99. Gas chromatographic analysis of cyanide in Gas Affected of Bhopal.
100. Use of Sarcophagidae Flies in Forensic Entomology.
SILVER JUBILEE CONFERENCE OF NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES HELD AT BOMBAY IN APRIL, 1986
101. Man Made Disaster & its Medico legal aspects.
102. Comparative study of Haversian System of Bones in Different Mammals.
103. Use of Flesh flies in Forensic Entomology.
IInd INDO PACIFIC CONGRESS ON LEGAL MEDICINE & FORENSIC SCIENCES AT COLOMBO (SRILANKA) IN AUGUST, 1986
104. Wads injuries and their Medico legal interpretation.
105. Track of the Fire arm injury - A factor to decide the nature - As suicide. A case report.
106. Examination of spot and its significance in Reconstruction of railway.
107. Determination of sex at death by comparing the ratio of compact area and medullary canal area of Tibia bone.
108. Determination of age at death from quantitative histology of male femur bone at section No. 1 in medial quadrant.
109. Reconstructive Forensic Medicine - suicidal death by hanging - A positive opinion on photographs.
110. Histological study of some mammalian humerus bone at mid shaft region in lateral quadrant.
111. Reconstructive Forensic Medicine - A case report.
112. Total serum lipids value in postmortem blood samples in burn cases and its significance.
113. Spot examination in Reconstruction of Fire Arm Injury - A case report.
114. Spot examination is a must in burn cases.
115. Entomology (Flesh flies) in service of Forensic Medicine.
56th ANNUAL SESSION NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES INDIA, JAIPUR IN OCTOBER, 1986
116. Significance of posterior spiracles in Forensic Entomology.
Vth ANNUAL SESSION OF MADHYA PRADESH VIGYAN ACADEMY, BHOPAL 1986
117. Use of Flesh Flies in Forensic entomology.
36th NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF ANATOMICAL SOCIETY OF INDIA RAIPUR 1987
118. Determination of age at death by microscopic examination of male ULNA bone.
119. Suicide - Medicolegal aspects.
IVth ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF RESEARCH SOCIETY PUNA 1987
120. Aetiopathology of BURNS in young females.
Xth ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AGRA 1988
121. Reconstructive forensic medicine - A conclusive evidence in a case of fire arm injury.
122. Trivial injuries, associated congenital anomaly and Medico legal interpretation of death. (Congenital hypoplasia of odontoid - A case report).
123. Reconstruction of injuries to diagnose mode of death (A case report-video demonstration).
124. Study of microstructure of male radius bone in the medial quadrant at section no. 1 for determination of age at death.
125. Eye opener in young female burns.
126. Significance of estimation of total serum lipids in burn autopsies.
127. Carbon monoxide concentration & volitional act.
128. Postmortem production of cyanide in tissues during storage.
129. Vitriolage - Examination of chemical burns in relation to worn clothings and their interpretation.
130. High performance liquid chromatographic estimation of amino acid derivatives.
131. Video recording in Medico legal practice.
132. Battered wife syndrome.
133. Technicalities in forensic photography.
134. "Forensic entomology" in India - Practice and methods.
135. Postmortem production and loss of ethanol in various body fluids and tissues during storage at room temperature.
136. Sex determination from measurements of adult human tibia.
FIRST AFRO-ASIA OCEANIA CONGRESS OF ANATOMISTS NEW DELHI, 1988
137. Study of femur head - An indicator of sex.
XIth ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AT BERHAMPUR, 1989
138. Hanging - Atypical case.
139. Video demonstration of mass murder followed by suicide - Medicolegal aspect.
140. Hanging - Analysis at a glance.
141. A typical case of acute fatal cyanide poisoning.
142. Analysis of traffic accidents in Bhopal city.
143. Distribution of Nuvan (DDVP) in autopsy tissues and fluids in a fatal poisoning case.
144. Microstructure of human ulna bone useful in estimation of age.
145. Microstructure of human and animal ulna bone at mid shaft region.