Publication - Chronologically

  1. University of Calcutta and Knighthood for Chandra Sekhara Raman, Sci.  Cult. 83, 285-288, 2017.
  2. B.B. Ray and the glories, Sci. Cult. 83, 221-224, 2017.
  3. B.B. Ray and controversy over the spectral Raman-lines, Indian J. Hist. Sci. 52, 343-350, 2017.
  4. The ultimate facts - S.N. Bose and the missed Physics Nobel Prize, Sci. Cult. 83, 32-35, 2017.
  5. B.B. Ray under the influence of C.V. Raman and M.N. Saha, Sci. Cult. 83, 84-91, 2017.
  6. History of science and Bose Institute connections, Sci. Cult. 83, 108, 2017.
  7. G.N. Ramachandran and the Chemistry Nobel Prize, Indian J. Hist. Sci. 52, 83-89, 2017.
  8. (with H.S. Virk), Bawa Kartar Singh (1886-1960) - A Sikh Scientist as Nominator for Nobel Prize, The Sikh Review 65, 32-35, 2017.
  9. (with H.S. Virk), Homi J. Bhabha - Physics Nobel Prize Nominee and Nominator, OmniScience - A Multidisciplinary Journal 7, 4-10, 2017.
  10. Mahatma Gandhi - der verpasste Friedensnobelpreis, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2017.
  11. Bidhu Bhushan Ray - A pioneer of X-ray spectroscopy, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2017. 
  12. (with Roy S.C.), D.M. Bose and cosmic ray research, Sci. Cult. 82, 364-377, 2016.
  13. (with Hardev Singh Virk), The Sikh scientist who was a nomiantor for the Nobel Prize - Bawa Kartar Singh was asked by the Nobel Committee to send his proposal for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. online publication, Dec. 2016.
  14. Mahatma Gandhi für Lehrkräfte und Eltern - "Mahatma" - ein normaler Menschen wie du und ich, Shaker Verlag, Aachen  2016.
  15. Mahatma Gandhi - Die Schattenseite, Wenn Mandela, King und Lama das gewusst hätten!, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2016.
  16. Chemistry and Physics Nobel Prizes - India's Contribution, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2016.
  17. D.M. Bose - His Scientific Work in International Context, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2016.
  18. Die Nobelpreise und die indische Elite, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2016.
  19. India's Nobel Prize nominators and nominees - The praxis of nomination and geographical distribution, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2016.
  20. Inside Story of the Nobel Peace Prize - Indian Contestants, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2016.
  21. S. Chandrasekhar equals with Newton, ..., Einstein - CV Raman's opinion and the Physics Nobel Prize nomination, Curr. Sci. 111, 1415, 2016.
  22. C.V. Raman nominated G.N. Ramachandran for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Curr. Sci. 111, 1714, 2016.
  23. Sisir Kumar Mitra FRS - Scientific achievements in national and international context (in: CU Physics 100 - Department of Physics - 1916-2015, Eds. G. Gangopadhyay, A. Kundu), University of Calcutta, Calcutta 2016, pp. 96-135.
  24.  (co-author Hardev Singh), The pioneers of cosmic ray research in India, Research and Reviews: Journal of Space Science and Technology, 5, 1-7, 2016.
  25. The Nobel Laureate W.C. Roentgen and his X-Rays, Indian Journal of History of Science 51, 521-530, 2016.
  26. The Making of the Politician M. Gandhi by Muslims, Jews and Christians - Gandhi's Methods to Solve Immigration Problems, Shaker Verlag Aachen 2015.
  27. (co-author S.C. Roy) D.M. Bose and cosmic ray research in India, Ind. J. Hist. Sci. 50, 438-455, 2015.
  28. J.C. Bose's X-ray research, Sci. Cult. 81, 164-165, 2015.
  29. Mahatma Gandhi - Sex scandals and the missed Nobel Peace Prize, Shaker Verlag Aachen 2015.
  30. Nobel Prize Nominator Sisir Kumar Mitra F.R.S. - His scientific work in international context, Shaker Verlag Aachen 2014.
  31. Sir Upendranath Brahmachari and the Fellowship of the Royal Society of London, Sci. Cult. 80, 29-37, 2014.
  32. Upendranath Brahmachari - A pioneer of tropical diseases: A summar of his discoveries and scientific work, Shaker Verlag Aachen 2013.
  33. The "forgotten" Astronomical Society of India, Calcutta, Science and Culture 79, 366-372, 2013.
  34. (co-author Falk Riess) The belated Noble Prize for Max Born, Ind. J. Hist. Sci. 48, 79-104, 2013.
  35. Wright brothers and the Nobel Prize, Current Science 104, 1461, 2013.
  36. (Ed. Rajinder Singh), "Jugend forscht - Schüler experimentieren" nicht nur für Hochbegabte und Überflieger, Shaker Verlag Aachen 2012.
  37. Characteristics of Solar Radiation Photovoltaic Pyranometers Licor 200SZ and Matrix 1G, Shaker Verlag Aachen 2012.
  38. Betreuung der eigenen Kinder für den Wettbewerb "Jugend forscht" (in: "Jugend forscht - Schüler experimentieren" nicht nur für Hochbegabte und Überflieger) Shaker Verlag Aachen 2012, pp. 1-10.
  39. (co-author Falk Riess) Indian Peace Nobel Prize nominators and nominees, Science and Culture 78, 22-28, 2012.
  40. Indian Literature Nobel Prize nominators and nominees in the first half of the 20th century and Calcutta's contribution, Science and Culture 79, 366-377, 2012.
  41. Unsuccessful transmission of knowledge - an example of the astronomical society of India, Proc. ESHS, Barcelona (Nov. 18-20,2010), pp. 1090-1092, 2012.
  42. The discovery of the Raman effect and early applications of Infrared and Raman spectroscopy to chemistry studies, Current Physical Chemistry 1, 152-157, 2011
  43.  Letter to the editor, Science and Culture 77, 3, 2011.
  44. Letter to the Editor, Science and Culture 77, 345-346, 2011.
  45. 15th anniversary of the Saar Sansaar, Feb.-March Issue, p. 12-13, 2011.
  46. Promoting Indian Culture through Science Textbook, Science and Culture 77, 132-134, 2011.
  47. Education policy - Primary and secondary school education, letter to the editor, Science and Culture 77, 166, 2011.
  48.  (with Falk Riess) Sir C.V. Raman and the story of the Noble Prize, 1998 (reprinted in: NR Singh, Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman – A life in science, Iboyaima printers and binders, Imphal), 2011, pp. 107-127.
  49. Sir C.V. Raman and his contacts with Hungarian Scientists, 2002 (reprinted in: NR Singh, Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman – A life in science, Iboyaima printers and binders, Imphal), 2011, pp. 141-159.
  50. Nobel Prize for Medicine and Nominators and Nominees from India in the First Half of the Twentieth Century, Science and Culture 77, 338-339, 2011.
  51. Indian scientists and the Archives of the American Institute of Physics, Current Science 101, 2011-2012, 2011.
  52. Indian Black money and Swiss Banks, Science and Culture ??
  53. Clash of Styles – Max Born and CV Raman – Lattice dynamics controversy, (in: Eds. H. Hunger, F Seebacher, G Holzer, Proceedings of the 3rd ICESHS (Vienna), Sept. 9-12, 2008, (CD: ISBN:978-3-7001-6846-1, Verlag der Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien), pp. 978-983.
  54. Oral history - Jagadish Chandra Bose, Current Science 98, 1272, 2010.
  55. The other side of Albert Einstein, Current Science 99, 863, 2010.
  56. C.V. Raman's research in astronomy, Current Science 99, 1127-1132, 2010.
  57. Indian Scientists vs. Science and Religion, Science and Culture 76, 206, 2010.
  58. (co-author Falk Riess) Von der Kronkolonie zur Atommacht - Der Aufstieg der Physik in Indien im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert, Physik Journal 9, 41-45, 2010.
  59. (co-authors M. Panusch, P. Heering), How Millikan won the Physics Nobel Prize, Interchange 41, 425-442, 2010.
  60. Celebrating 125th birth anniversary of DM Bose - Invitation to the Como conference, Science and Culture 76, 494-501, 2010.
  61. (co-authors, M Panusch, P Heering) Wie R.A. Millikan den Nobelpreis für Physik erhielt, (in: P Heering (Ed.), Der Millikansche Öltröpfchenversuch zur Bestimmung der Elementarlandung: Historische und Didaktische Materialien I, Materialen zur Unterrichtsvorbereitung, diz Didaktisches Zentrum, Oldenburg 2009, pp. 47-64S
  62. Science in Denmark - A thousand year history. Helge Kragh, Peter C Kjaergaard, Henry Nielsen, KH Nielsen (Eds.), Aarhus University Press, 2008 (Book review).
  63. Homi J. Bhabha and Niels Bohr, Current Science 97, 583-587, 2009.
  64. JC Bose and the German scientific community: scientific and political context, Current Science 96, 419-422, 2009.
  65. How Millikan got the Nobel Prize. "How Millikan Got the Nobel Prize", in: S. Klassen (Hrsg.): Proceedings of the Second International Conference of Stories in Science Teaching, (Co-authors M Panusch, P Heering).
  66. Historical notes in "Current Science", Current Science 97, 132, 2009.
  67. The Moon that Wasn’t – The saga of Venus’ spurious satellite, Helge Kragh (with the assistance of Kurt Moeller Pedersen), Birhaeuser Verlag AG, Basel, 2008, pp. 199. ISBN 978-3-7643-8908-6. Current Science 95, 1749-1750, 2008. (Book Review).
  68. Einstein’s Nobel Prize – A glimpse behind closed doors – The archival evidence. Aant Elzinga. Waston Publishing International, Sagamore Beach, 2006. Current Science 95, 1625-1626, 2008. (Book review).
  69. The Nobel Laureate CV Raman FRS and his contacts with the European men of science in political context, Proceedings of the 2nd ICESHS (Cracow, Poland, Sept. 6-9, 2006), Ed. M. Kokowski, pp.749-756.
  70. Max Planck and the genesis of the energy quanta in historical context, Current Science 95, 788-792, 2008.
  71. Writing the history of modern science and technology in India, Current Science 95, 829, 2008.
  72. Indo-American relation with reference to Bernhard Peters, IJHS 437-454, 2008.
  73. 80 years ago – The discovery of the Raman effect at the Indian Association for the cultivation of sciences, Kolkata, Indian Journal of Physics 82, 969-985, 2008.
  74. Hans Bethe and his Physics. Gerald E Brown and Chang-Hwan Lee (eds.), World Scientific Publishing Company Ltd., New Jersey, 2006, ISBN 9812566104. Current Science, 92, 1014-1015, 2007. (Book Review).
  75. Albert Einstein's light quanta and Bengal based physicists, (in: Albert Einstein and SN Bose, Ed. Anwar Hossain), Bangladesh Academy of Sciences and Goethe-Institute, Dacca, 2007, pp. 70-86.
  76. India`s physics and chemistry Nobel Prize nominators and nominees in colonial and international context, Notes Rec. R. Soc., Lond., 61, 333-345, 2007.
  77. Letter to the Editor Saar Sansaar: Greetings on completing 10 years, Saar Sansaar, 7-8, Jan. - March 2006.
  78. Eds. Nielsen H. and Nielsen K., The history of thirteen Danish Nobel Prizes - Neighbouring Nobel, Aarhus University Press, Aarhus, 2001, 624 pp, ISBN 87 7288 899 7, Current Science, 90, 1561-1563, 2006. (Book Review).
  79. Nancy Greenspan, The end of certain world – The life and science of Max Born – The Nobel physicist who ignited the quantum revolution, John Wiley, Chichester, 2005, Current Science, 90, 700-701, 2006. (Book Review).
  80. Kovács, László, Eugene P. Wigner and his Hungarian Teachers (Balogh and Co. Ltd., Szombathely/Hungary, 2002). 114 pp. Price unknown. ISBN 963 9290 60 2. ISSN 1219-2678, Centaurus, 48, 315-316, 2006. (Book Review).
  81. Nobel Laureate C.V. Raman's Science, Philosophy and Religion, Dharmaram Publications Bangalore, Bangalore 2005.
  82. Designing, making and using scientific instruments in India: The example of Jagadis Chunder Bose, Proceedings of the Scientific Instrument Commission of the IUHPS, Athens 2002 and Newport News, 2003 (Ed. Jim Bennett), Leo S Olschki Editore MMV, Firenze, 2005, pp. 713-723.
  83. Nobel Laureate C.V. Raman's work on light scattering - Historical contributions to a scientific biography, Logos Verlag Berlin, Berlin 2004.
  84. (co-author Falk Riess), The Nobel Laureate Sir Chandrasekhara Venkataraman FRS and his contacts with the British scientific community in a social and political context, Notes and Records of Royal Society London 58, 47-64, 2004.
  85. Sivaraj Ramaseshan - reminiscence, Current Science 86, 1056-1057, 2004.
  86. Raman, C.V. (1888-1970) in, Lexikon der bedeutenden Naturwissenschaftler, Band 3, Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg 2004, pp. 184-185.
  87. Smekal, A. (1895-1959) in, Lexikon der bedeutenden Naturwissenschaftler, Band 3, Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg 2004, pp. 299-300.
  88. Saha, M. (1893-1956) in, Lexikon der bedeutenden Naturwissenschaftler, Band 3, Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg 2004, pp. 243-244.
  89. Bose, S.N. (1894-1974) in, Lexikon der bedeutenden Naturwissenschaftler, Band 1, Dieter Hoffmann, Hubert Laitko & Staffan Müller-Wille (Eds.), Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003, pp. 220-221.
  90. Indian Science Congress Association and the VIPs, Current Science 84, 1498-1490, 2003.
  91. Sir C.V. Raman and the American scientists, Indian Journal of History of Science 38, 153-175, 2003.
  92. Santimay Chatterjee, Current Science 85, 102-103, 2003.
  93. Indian women scientists, Current Science 85, 564, 2003.
  94. Statistics and pure mathematics vs bibliometry science, Current Science 85, 704-705, 2003.
  95. Activity index vs. standard of science education, Current Science 85, 840, 2003.
  96. Indian journals and senior scientists, Current Science 85, 1251, 2003.
  97. Pros and cons of a non-resident Indian, Current Science 85, 1393, 2003.
  98. Suggestions to improve Current Science, Current Science 85, 1652, 2003.
  99. Richard Bär and his contacts with the Indian Nobel Laureate Sir C.V. Raman, Indian Journal of History of Science 38, 377-387, 2003.
  100. Stephan F. von Welck, Crossing Borders, Stretching Boundaries – The Bose-Einstein Lectures on Indo-German Cooperation in Science, Technology and Environment (New Delhi: Manoher, 2000). 237 pp.hc. Rs. 450. ISBN 81-7304-349-3. Centaurus 44, 148-149, 2002. (Book Review).
  101. Sir CV Raman and his contact with Hungarian Scientists, Indian Journal of History of Science 37, 175-191, 2002.
  102. Sir CV Raman, Dame Kathleen Lonsdale and their Scientific Controversy due to the Diffuse Spots in X-Rays Photographs, Indian Journal of History of Science 37, 267-290, 2002.
  103. The story of Sir C.V. Raman’s resignation from the Fellowship of the Royal Society of London, Current Science 83, 1157-1158, 2002.
  104. Letter to the Editor Isis “ „(A. Sur: Aesthetics, Authority, and Control in an Indian Laboratory – The Raman-Born Controversy on Lattice Dynamics“ - Abha Sur, Isis 90, 25-49, 1999”, Isis 3, 460-461, 2002.
  105. C.V. Raman and the discovery of the Raman Effect, Physics in Perspective 4, 399-420, 2002.
  106. Max Born’s role in the lattice dynamic controversy, Centaurus 43, 260-277, 2001.
  107. (co-author Falk Riess), The 1930 Nobel Prize for physics – A close decision?, Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 55, 267-283, 2001.
  108. Why did Daulat Singh Kothari not become a Fellow of the Royal Society?, Current Science 81, 608-610, 2001.
  109. Arnold Sommerfeld – The supporter of Indian physics in Germany, Current Science 81, 1489-1494, 2001.
  110. Klaus Hübner, Eugen Goldstein und die frühe Verwertung der Röntgenschen Entdeckung in Berlin (Berlin: ERS - Verlag, 2000). 118 pp. pb. DM 33. ISBN 3-938577-38-7. Centaurus 43, 130-131, 2001, (Book Review).
  111. Klaus Hübner, Die zwei ersten Zeitungsberichte über Röntgens Entdeckung, (Berlin: ERS - Verlag, 2000). 39 pp. pb. DM 10,50. ISBN 3-928577-39-5. Centaurus 43, 131-132, 2001. (Book Review).
  112. (co-author Falk Riess), Pieter Zeeman Chair in Amsterdam and C.V. Raman’s Dutch connections, Current Science 78, 351-353, 2000.
  113. (co-author Falk Riess), Bidhu Bhushan Ray and his Western connections, Science and Culture 66 (5-6), 177-181, 2000.
  114. (co-author Falk Riess), Mahatma Gandhi and his four chances for the Peace Nobel Prize, Diskus 10, 43-48, 2000.
  115. The Indian trio SN Bose, CV Raman and MN Saha, and the light quanta, International symposium on the Centenary of Planck’s law: relevance in science and technology 25-39, Dec. 14-16, 2000.
  116. (co-author Falk Riess), C.V. Raman, M.N. Saha and the Nobel Prize for the Year 1930, Indian Journal of History of Science 34, 61-75, 1999.
  117. (co-author Falk Riess), M.N. Saha and his two chances for the Nobel Prize, Science and Culture 65, 146-151, 1999.
  118. (co-authors Detlev Heinemann & Hans Georg Beyer), Cosine, air mass and clearness index fits for PV matrix sensor, Journal of the Solar Energy Society of India 9, 41-52, 1999.
  119. (co-author Falk Riess), Seventy years ago – The discovery of the Raman effect as seen from German physicists, Current Science 74, 1112-1115, 1998.
  120. (co-author Falk Riess), Sir C.V. Raman and the story of the Nobel Prize, Current Science 75, 965-971, 1998.
  121. Immolation of widows in India – An endless story?, Diskus 6, 46-58, 1998.
  122. My Impression, Diskus 5, 68-76, 1997.
  123. (copy in the library of the University of Oldenburg) Application of two simple correction methods for the behaviour of cup anemometers in turbulent wind fields, (Short-thesis), University of Oldenburg, 1993.