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“The politics of migration in India: What it is; and what to do?”. Third Front Journal of Humanities and Social Science 1: 1-16. http://eprints.nias.res.in/841/.. 2013.
“Playing God or Being Human? Scientific and Ethical Perspectives in the Cloning of Human Beings”. In History of Science and Philosophy of Science: A Historical Perspective of the Evolution of Ideas in Science, History of Science and Philosophy of Science: A Historical Perspective of the Evolution of Ideas in Science, . New Delhi: Pearson Longman, 473–480. http://eprints.nias.res.in/281/.. 2010.
“Primates in Urban Settings”. In The International Encyclopedia of Primatology, The International Encyclopedia of Primatology, Wiley and Sons Inc, 1-8.. 2017.
Philosophy of science. Bengaluru: Gandhi Centre of Science and Human Values.. 2017.
Philosophy of science: at the end of twentieth century. Bangalore: Gandhi Centre of Science and Human Values of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. http://eprints.nias.res.in/41/.. 2001.
“Present and past of southern Indian crafts for making mirrors, lamps, bells, vessels, cymbals and gongs: links with prehistoric high tin bronzes from Mohenjodaro, Taxila, South Indian megaliths and later finds”. Journal of the Society for South Asian Studies 13: 209–225. http://eprints.nias.res.in/329/.. 1997.
“Preliminary insights into the provenance of South Indian copper alloys and images using a holistic approach of comparisons of their lead isotopes and chemical composition with slags and ores”. In Metals in antiquity, Metals in antiquity, . Oxford: Archaeopress, 200–210. http://eprints.nias.res.in/605/.. 1999.
“Pakistan: The Sectarian Expense”. Faultline 21.. 2018.
Patterns in terror attacks in urban and semi-urban India: An empirical investigation. Bangalore: National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore. http://eprints.nias.res.in/424/.. 2012. NIAS Report No. R9-12
“The Power of P2P: Information Networks, Social Organizing and Educational Futures”. In Open Education and Education for Openness, Open Education and Education for Openness, . Boston, MA: Sense Publishing.. 2010.
“Possible Infuences of India on Southeast Asian Astronomy: A Brief Review of the Archaeoastronomical Record”. In Exploring the History of Southeast Asian Astronomy A Review of Current Projects and Future Prospects and Possibilities, Exploring the History of Southeast Asian Astronomy A Review of Current Projects and Future Prospects and Possibilities, Switzwerland : Springer, 601-634. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-62777-5_21.. 2021.