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1980 Evidence for a large population of shocked interstellar cloudsRadhakrishnan, V.; Srinivasan, G.Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 1980, Vol. 1, p47-66.
1991 The evolution of neutron star magnetic fieldsBhattacharya, D.; Srinivasan, G.Neutron Stars, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, held in Agia Pelagia, Crete, Greece, Sept. 3-14, 1990, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1991, eds. Joseph Ventura and David Pines. NATO Advanced Science Institutes (ASI) Series C, Vol.344, p219
1991 Evolution of the magnetic fields of neutron starsSrinivasan, G.Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1991, Vol.647, p538-547
1991 Evolution of the magnetic fields of neutron starsSrinivasan, G.Texas / Eso-Cern Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, Cosmology, and Fundamental Physics Vol647, p.538-547
1988 Evolution of the morphology of supernova remnants with pulsarsSrinivasan, G.; Bhattacharya, D.Supernova Shells and Their Birth Events. Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, March 7-11, 1988. Editor, Wolfgang Kundt; Publisher, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany, New York, NY, 1988.
11-Feb-1991 Gamma rays from millisecond pulsars.Bhattacharya, D.; Srinivasan, G.Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 1991, Vol. 12, p17-25.
Mar-2001 GMRT observations of interstellar clouds in the 21cm line of atomic hydrogen.Mohan, Rekhesh; Dwarakanath, K.S.; Srinivasan, G.; Chengalur, J.N.Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 2001, Vol.22, p35
2002 HI 21 cm-line observations with the GMRT towards interstellar clouds previously seen in optical absorptionMohan, Rekhesh; Dwarakanath, K.S.; Srinivasan, G.; Chengalur, J.N.IAU Symposium, 2002, Vol.199, p341
2004 A high galactic latitude HI 21 cm-line absorption survey using the GMRT: II. Results and interpretationMohan, Rekhesh; Dwarakanath, K.S.; Srinivasan, G.Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 2004, Vol. 25, p185-202.
2004 A high galactic latitude HI 21cm-line absorption survey using the GMRT: I. observations and spectraMohan, Rekhesh; Dwarakanath, K.S.; Srinivasan, G.Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 2004, Vol. 25, p143-183.
1985 How often are remnants like the Crab Nebula bornDwarakanath, K.S.; Srinivasan, G.Proceedings of the Academy Workshop on Supernovae, their Progenitors and Remnants, October 29-November 2, 1984, Raman Research Institute, Bangalore. Eds., G. Srinivasan, V. Radhakrishnan; Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1985, p97-103
1998 The interstellar clouds of Adams and Blaauw revisited: An HI absorption study - IIRajagopal, Jayadev; Srinivasan, G.; Dwarakanath, K.S.Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 1998, Vol. 19, p117-131.
1998 The interstellar clouds of Adams and Blaauw revisited: An HI absorption study - IRajagopal, Jayadev; Srinivasan, G.; Dwarakanath, K.S.Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 1998, Vol. 19, p97-116.
1995 The interstellar medium surrounding the Vela supernova remnantSaravanan, T.P.; Deshpande, A.A.; Srinivasan, G.Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy Supplement, 1995, Vol. 16, p275 -276.
1999 The IRAS Vela shell: a "super shell" in the making?Rajagopal, Jayadev; Srinivasan, G.IAU Symposium, 1999, Vol.190, p160
25-Jul-1993 Jan Hendrik OortSrinivasan, G.Current Science, 1993, Vol. 65, p133-134.
Oct-1977 Magnetic field induced Wigner transition in inversion layersJonson, M.; Srinivasan, G.Solid State Communications, 1977, Vol.24, p61-64
1995 The magnetic fields of neutron stars and their evolutionBhattacharya, D.; Srinivasan, G.X-ray binaries Eds. W. H. G. Lewin et al. Cambridge University, 1995, p495-522
2012 Maps of TimeSrinivasan, G.Think, 2012
22-Apr-2002 The maximum mass of neutron starsSrinivasan, G.THE ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS REVIEW, 2002, Vol.11, p.67
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