The CBI team probing the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case is believed to have established that it was Aarushi who was murdered first and then Hemraj and not vice-versa as was being assumed by the investigators till now. This conclusion is based on the viscera reports, the time of death as stated in the post-mortem reports and some fingerprints and palm prints picked up from Aarushi's room, which were also found on the terrace. This particular set of fingerprints have shown some traces of blood on them on the terrace but were found clean in Aarushi's room. "There is a logical connection between the fingerprints found on the terrace of the house and inside the room of Aarushi which explains that this person first entered Aarushi's room and then went upto the terrace," said a senior CBI officer. The CBI has also established that the two murders were executed after full planning and were not a result of an outburst as indicated by the Noida police during their investigations. The police had claimed that Dr Rajesh Talwar returned home around 11:30 pm only to find Aarushi and Hemraj in an "objectionable (but not compromising)" state. This irked him so much that he first took Hemraj to the terrace on some pretext and murdered him there only to kill Aarushi thereafter. The CBI has picked up clues which not only establish that it was Aarushi who was murdered first and then Hemraj but also the fact that both the murders were well-planned and much in advance. The theory that the murders were planned in advance is based on the fact that the computers seized from Dr Rajesh Talwar's house have allegedly revealed that late on May 14 night, 40 sites were searched by a particular login. Most of these sites are associated with various drugs used for sedation, particularly those which do not have toxins in their composition. The person who searched these sites spent more time at these sites than what was spent at sites which featured drugs which had combinations of toxins in their composition.