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fingerprint evidence

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EXPERT KASHYAP WITH FORMER PRIME MINISTER HON'BLE SHRI. P.V. NARSIMH RAO (right)


KASHYAP WITH JUSTICES MR. ZONGYI (middle) AND GUOMING (right) HON'BLE SUPREME PEOPLE'S COURT BEIJING, CHINA at an international conference.    

KASHYAP WITH JUSTICE ABDUL QUDIR (left), HON'BLE SUPREME COURT OF PAKISTAN at an international conference.

KASHYAP WITH JUSTICE MR. J.F. MUMMERY (right), THE ROYAL COURT OF JUSTICE STRAND, LONDON at an international conference.

KASHYAP WITH JUSTICE MR. KAM TING CHIU (right), JUDICIAL COMMISSIONER, HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF SINGAPORE at an international conference.

EXPERT KASHYAP (left) WITH THE HEAD OF DOCUMENTS (middle) SECTION AT THE CENTRE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, TORONTO (CANADA) IN 1989

EXPERT KASHYAP IS DELIVERING A LECTURE AT THE CONFERENCE OF POLICE DEPARTMENT TRANING BUREAU AT MIAMI (USA) IN 1989

EXPERT KASHYAP EXAMINING SOME QUESTIONED DOCUMENTS AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT TRANING BUREAU, MIAMI (USA) IN 1989

EXPERT KASHYAP AT THE METING OF ROYAL MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY(OXFORD) AT LONDON IN 1989

EXPERT KASHYAP IS PREPARING AN OPINION ON QUESTIONED DOCUMENTS IN HIS LABORATORY.

EXPERT KASHYAP EXAMINING DOCUMENTS FOR OPINION IN HIS LABORATORY.

EXPERT KASHYAP, DISCUSSING HIS REPORT WITH ATTORNEYS AT SIBU HIGH COURT, BORNEO, EAST MALAYSIA WHERE HE HAD GONE FOR EVIDENCE

EXPERT ASHOK KASHYAP (left) EXAMINING DOCUMENTS IN ATORNY'S OFFICE AT SINGAPORE FOR SUBMITTING COURT OPINION.

SIGNATURE OF LATE SHRI BANSI LAL, HON'BLE FORMER CHIEF MINISTER OF HARYANA AND FORMER DEFENCE MINISTER OF INDIA SELECTED FROM A CASE FILE CONTAINING THE DISPUTED WILL SIGNATURES.

DIFFERENT SCRIPT SIGNATURES

COMPLICATED ENGLISH SIGNATURES

CONCEALED WRITINGS IDENTIFIED BENEATH THE PATCH OF A SMUDGED FINGERPRINT ON AN OLD PAPERS THROUGH THE USE OF VARIOUS FILTERS AND SOME SCIENTIFIC TECHNIQUES AND INSTRUMENTS.

LATENT (INVISIBLE) FINGERPRINTS DEVELOPED ON THE SURFACE OF THE TAPE USED IN BURGLARY THROUGH SCIENTIFIC RECHNIQUES.

PALM IMPRESSIONS IDENTIFIED

NO.1 A GROUP OF THREE FINGERS DEVELOPED AND RAISED FROM THE DUST FROM THE SCENE OF BULGURY.

NO.2 A PARTIAL FOOTPRINT



TAMIL SCRIPT (ADMITTED AND DISPUTED)

ORIYA SCRIPT (ADMITTED AND DISPUTED)

GUJRATI SCRIPT

MALYALAM SCRIPT

GURMUKHI SCRIPT

URDU SCRIPT

TELUGU SCRIPT

MARATHI SCRIPT

TIBETAN SCRIPT

Asemese Script

SAMPLE OF THE PALM PRINT OF THE SUSPECT OBTAINED ON THE ORDERS OF THE LEARNED MAGISTRATE MR. SATHARASINGHY ON 08/07/2005 (THIS MATERIAL WAS PROVIDED FOR PREPARATION OF CROSS EXAMINATION) SPECIMEN PALM PRINT OF ACCUSED

SUSPECTED PALM PRINT OF THE ACCUSED
NOTE: THE ABOVE PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PALM PRINTS (SUSPECTED AND THE SPECIMEN OF THE ACCUSED) WERE PROVIDED TO OUR OFFICE FOR EXAMINATION THROUGH THE COURTESY OF MRS. KANTHIJAYAMHA, TICALE ROAD COLOMBO, SRI LANKA. THEY WERE A PART OF THE REPORT IN SUIT NUMBER 3674/2005 SUBMITTED BY THE REGISTRAR OF FINGERPRINTS GOVT. FSL, SRI LANKA



In this disputed document, referred by the Hon’ble court from Andhra Pradesh, it was to be ascertained as per the instructions as to whether digit ‘1’ in the beginning of the amount in figures on the pronote was interpolated or was it a part of the normal writing. On a detailed examination, it was found that digit ‘1’ was interpolated or subsequently inserted. The manner of arrangement, difference in the shade of ink and its size prove interpolation in both the locations.

In this case, the fingerprint was obtained fraudulently on a blank paper which was subsequently typed and manipulated. It was written over emphasizing the importance of sequence of stroke consideration. The portions of the letters in the handwriting and the typed matter clearly show superimposition over the already available fingerprint.

In this questioned document refereed by the Hon’ble court for examination, it was found that the original writing was wiped-out possibly through chemical application in order to render it undecipherable. The blue intensity of the vestiges of the original writings are clearly discernible indiciating the presence of the remanents showing blue ink.

In this case, the original fingerprint was superimposed to render it undecipherable . The difference in the shade of the previous and subsequent fingerprints is easily discernible.

In this case referred by the Hon’ble court from Andhra Pradesh, it was to be determined as to whether certain portion of the original writing was erased and whether the subsequent writing was written over it.

In this disputed document, referred by the Hon’ble court from Andhra Pradesh, it was to be ascertained as per the instructions as to whether digit ‘1’ in the beginning of the amount in figures on the pronote was interpolated or was it a part of the normal writing. On a detailed examination, it was found that digit ‘1’ was interpolated or subsequently inserted. The manner of arrangement, difference in the shade of ink and its size prove interpolation in both the locations.