Deepak Middha

Deepak Middha
Directorate of Forensic Science Services, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India · Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Chandigarh

M.Sc. LL.B. (Professional), Ph.D.

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October 2015 - present
CFSL
Position
  • Managing Director
November 2014 - October 2015
Central Forensic Science Laboratory
Position
  • Assistant Director
July 2009 - November 2014
Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Hyderabad, India
Position
  • Assistant Director

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Publications (23)
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Massage therapy is the scientific manipulation of the soft tissues of the body by applying pressure, holding & moving muscles and body tissues. This therapy releases stress and advance the function and health of the body. This therapy involves an element of trusts from massage therapists but in recent years there have been a rise in number of sexua...
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Absinthe" a strong aromatic green coloured alcoholic beverage with addictive, psychotropic and hallucinogenic properties has been the most popular and intriguing intoxicant since 19 th century. Owing to its apparent illusive perception it was named "la fe′e verte" a French word means "the green fairy". It was condemned for inducing insane and crimi...
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Abstract Background Water-pipe tobacco smoking obsession has again spread worldwide. Especially, the younger generation is besotted with mu’assel (shisha) and avidly use these for smoking. Numbers of additives are being added in commercial brands of mu’assel (shisha) to impart diverse taste with amusing aroma. The name of only one of the masking fl...
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Toxicology screening of unusual poisons is important. We report a case of death of a young female suspected to die due to drug overdose. Medico legal autopsy was indicative of cerebral hemorrhage. The deceased had no previous history of drug dependence. Toxicological analysis revealed the presence of cathine {(+)-norpseudoephedrine} and alcohol in...
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As a part of Celebration of ”International Year of Light” Spectral Photons Contributions in Forensic Sciences Deepak Middha*, Asha Dhir** Abstract: Spectral photons play immense role in identification of physical evidences that stand important for crime scene investigation. Forensic examinations virtually trace many forms of physical evidences corr...
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A simple and time-efficient UV spectrophotometric method was developed for the determination of sucralose in artificial sweeteners. The procedure is based on the UV spectrophotometric determination of the photodegraded product at 270 nm in alkaline medium (pH 12). LOD for this method was 0.02 g/L, and the calibration curve was found to obey Beer's...
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It is important in toxicological/drug screening work to rule out the possible interfering analytes, to eliminate the false positive or negative results. In this paper, we describe a simple, selective, and sensitive derivatized GC-MS method for the determination of cyclohexylsulfamic acid (cyclamate) in urine. Elite- 5MS capillary column was used fo...
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A liquid chromatographic tandem mass spectrometric validated method was developed for the detection of chemicals attributing color, flavor, taste and medicinal properties to saffron (Crocus sativus L. stigma). Ultrasonic extractions of saffron stigmas were followed by LC procedure with Pinnacle II Cyano (5μm 150×2.1mm) column and acetonitrile: wate...
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The nature of substances of drug abuse has shifted from simple plant materials to their active chemicals. The knowledge of these dangerous intoxicants is now no more limited their geographical locations. To save the society from multifarious effects of drug abuse, all member countries of United Nations have enforced stringent drug laws to include a...

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