Fingerprint examiners use the ACE-V (analysis, comparison, evaluation and verification) method to reach a determination on each print) A fingerprint can determine the following Identity patterns : Gender Race Age lifestyle

COUNTERTERRORISM MEASURES IN INDIA (DOMESTIC)  An Act to constitute an investigation agency at the National level to investigate and prosecute offences affecting the Sovereignty, Security and Integrity of India, security of State, friendly relations with foreign States and offences under Acts enacted to implement international treaties, agreements, conventions and resolutions of the United Nations, its agencies and other international organisations and for matters connected […]

Police Commission of 1902-03 [ extract from the Report] The Police Commission of 1902-03 found strong evidence of widespread corruption in the police particularly among Station House Officers throughout the country. The following extract from their report gives a revealing picture of the position as seen by them:— “The forms of this corruption are very numerous. It manifests itself in every stage of […]

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The Police Act, 1861 (5 of 1861) An Act for the Regulation of Police . Preamble – Whereas it is expedient to reorganise the police and to make it a more efficient instrument for the prevention and detection of crime; It is enacted as follows:- 1. Interpretation clause –   The following words and expressions in this Act shall have the meaning […]

a) The valuation of a suit for purpose of jurisdiction as well as for purpose of fixation of court-fees may be identical in many cases, and, many a time can be different for the two purposes. b) The value of a suit for the purpose of jurisdiction cannot be less than the value of the suit for the purpose of court fees. […]

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