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  1. Sarkar, Shilpa, Singh, Kuldeep, Chattopadhyay, Indranil, & Laurent, Philippe. (2023). Two-temperature accretion flows around strongly magnetized stars and their spectral analysis. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc.


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  2. Joshi, Raj Kishor & Chattopadhyay, Indranil. (2023). The Morphology and Dynamics of Relativistic Jets with Relativistic Equation of State. Astrophy. Jr., 498: 13(10pp) ).

  3. Dimple, Misra, K. & Arun, K. G. (2023). Evidence for Two Distinct Populations of Kilonova-associated Gamma-Ray Bursts. Astrophy. Jr. Letters, 949 : L22 (8pp).

  4. Dewangan, L. K. et al. (including Sharma, Saurabh). (2023). Star-forming site RAFGL 5085: Is a perfect candidate of hub-filament system? Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 23(12pp).

  5. Ghosh, Supriyo, Ninan, Joe P., Ojha, Devendra K. & Sharma, Saurabh. (2023). PYTANSPEC: A data reduction package for TANSPEC. Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 30(9pp). 

  6. Mallick, Kshitiz K., Sharma, Saurabh et al. (including Panwar, Neelam). (2023). Investigating morphology and CO gas kinematics of Sh2-112 region. Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 34(13pp).

  7. Panwar, Neelam, Jose, Jessy & Rishi, C. (2023). Survey of Hα emission-line stars in the star-forming region IC 5070. Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 42(10pp).

  8. Joshi, Y. C. & Panchal, A. (2023). Peeping into recent star-formation history of Magellanic Clouds.  Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 45(8pp).

  9. Sharma, Saurabh et al. (including Panwar, Neelam, Verma, Aayushi, Ghosh, Arpan & Chand, Tarak). (2023). Teutsch 76: A deep near-infrared study.  Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 46(10pp).

  10. Anand, Rahul Kumar, Rastogi, & Kumar, Brijesh. (2023). PAH emission features in star-forming regions and late type stars. Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 47(10pp).

  11. Ghosh, Arpan, Sharma, Saurabh et al. (including Verma, Aayushi). (2023). Spectroscopy of nine eruptive young variables using TANSPEC. Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 50(12pp).

  12. Naik, Milind B. et al. (including Sharma, Saurabh & Ghosh, Arpan). TIRCAM2 fast sub-array readout mode for lunar occultation studies. Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 51(5pp).

  13. Verma, Aayushi, Sharma, Saurabh et al. (including Ghosh, Arpan). (2023). Kronberger 55: A candidate for end-dominated collapse scenario.  Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 44 : 52(13pp). 

  14. Tiwari, S. et al. (including Kumar, B.). (2023). Type Ia supernovae SN 2013bz, PSN J0910 + 5003, and ASASSN-16ex: similar to 09dc-like? Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 521, 5207-5223.

  15. Jovanović, Miljana D., Damljanović, Goran, Taris, François, Gupta, Alok C. & Bhatta, Gopal. (2023). Multiband optical variability of a newly discovered 12 blazars sample from 2013 - 2019. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 522, 767-791.

  16. Bachev, Rumen, Tripathi, Tushar, Gupta, Alok C. et al. (including Kishore, Shubham, Gaur, Haritma & Dhiman, Vinit). (2023). Intra-night optical flux and polarization variability of BL Lacertae during its 2020-2021 high state. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 522, 3018-3035.

  17. West, Matthew J. et al. (including Banerjee, Dipankar). (2023). Defining the Middle Corona. Solar Physics, 298 : 78 (61pp).

  18. Panchal, Dimple, Kumar, Tripurari S., Omar, Amitesh & Misra, Kuntal. (2023). Characterization of a deep-depletion 4K × 4K charge-coupled device detector system designed for ARIES Devasthal faint object spectrograph. Jr. Astron. Telesc. Instrum. Syst., 9(1): 018002(16pp).

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  21. Sagar, Ram. (2023). A Glimpse of International Cooperation in Astrophysical Sciences in India. Science Diplomacy, 6(3), 11-14.
  22. Omar, Amitesh. (2023). Detection possibilities of hostless intergalactic supernova remnants with Square Kilometre Array. Jr. Astrophy. Astron., 44 (1): 15 (6pp).
  23. Raiteri, C. M. et al. (including Dhiman, V., Gaur, H., Gupta, A. C., Kushwaha, P. & Tripathi, T.). (2023). The optical behaviour of BL Lacertae at its maximum brightness levels: a blend of geometry and energetics. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 522, 102-116.
  24. Joshi, Arti et al. (including Rawat, Nikita, Pandey, J. C. & Rao, Srinivas M.). (2023). Unravelling optical and X-ray properties of the disc-dominated intermediate polar IGR J15094-6649. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Sco., 521, 6156-6169.
  25. Valtonen, Mauri J. et al. (including Gupta, A. C.). (2023). Refining the OJ 287 2022 impact flare arrival epoch. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 521, 6143-6155.
  26. Kaithakkal, Anjali J.,  Borrero, J. M., Yabar, A. Pastor & Rodríguez, J de la Cruz. (2023). A reconnection-driven magnetic flux cancellation and a quiet Sun Ellerman bomb. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 521, 3882-3897.
  27. Rawat, Nikita & Pandey, J. C. et al. (including Rao, Srinivas M.). (2023). Confirmation of two magnetic cataclysmic variables as polars: 1RXS J174320.1-042953 and YY Sex. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 521, 2729-2744.
  28. Joshi, Jagdish C., Tanaka, Shuta J., Miranda, L. S. & Razzaque, Soebur. (2023). Study of maximum electron energy of sub-PeV pulsar wind nebulae by multiwavelength modelling. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 520, 5858–5869. 
  29. Pastorello, A. et al. (including Gangopadhyay, A. & Misra, K.). (2023). Forbidden hugs in pandemic times: IV. Panchromatic evolution of three luminous red novae. Astron. & Astrphy., 671, A158 (33pp).
  30. Panchal, Alaxender Joshi, Y. C. et al. (2023). Optical characterization and radial velocity monitoring with Belgian and Indian telescopes (ORBIT): the eclipsing binaries EPIC 211982753 and EPIC 211915147. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 521, 677–689.
  31. Chand, Krishan, Gopal-Krishna, Omar, Amitesh, Chand, Hum & Bisht, P. S.(2023). The transience and persistence of high optical polarisation state in beamed radio quasars. Publ. of the Astro. Soc. of Australia, 40, e006(6pp).
  32. Roy, A. et al. (including Gupta, A. C.). (2023). Study of variability in long-term multiwavelength optical lightcurves of Blazar AO 0235+164. Astrophy. Jr. Supp. Sr., 265: 14 (19pp).
  33. Aryan, Amar, Pandey, S. B., Gupta, RahulRor, Amit Kumar. (2023). Evolution of rotating 25 M Population III star: physical properties and resulting supernovae. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. Letters, 521, L17-L23.
  34. Sarmah, P., Chakraborty, S. & Joshi, Jagdish C. (2023). Probing LHAASO galactic PeVatrons through gamma-ray and neutrino correspondence. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 521, 1144–1151.
  35. Mallick, Kshitiz K., Dewangan, Lokesh K., Ojha, D. K., Baug, Tapas & Zinchenko, Igor I. (2023). Structure and kinematics of Sh2-138- a distant hub-filament system in the outer galactic plane. Astrophy. Jr., 944: 228 (14pp).
  36. Jalan, Priyanka, Rakshit, Suvendu, Woo, Jong-Jak, Kotilainen, Jari, & Stalin, C S. (2023). An empirical relation to estimate host galaxy stellar light from AGN spectra. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. Letters. 521, L11-L16.
  37. Mallick, Anohita, Singh, Raghubar & Reddy, Bacham E. (2023). Lithium Abundances in Giants as a Function of Stellar Mass: Evidence for He Flash as the Source of Li Enhancement in Low-mass Giants. Astrophy. Jr. Letters, 944: L5 (8pp).
  38. Maurya, Jayanand, Joshi, Y. C., Panchal, A. & Gour, A. S. (2023). Investigating Stellar Variability in the Open Cluster Region NGC 381. Astron. Jr., 165: 90 (17pp).
  39. Sheoran, Jyoti, Pant, Vaibhav, Patel, Ritesh & Banerjee, D. (2023). Evolution of the thermodynamic properties of a coronal mass ejection in the inner Corona. Front. Astron. Space Sci., 10: 1092881 (12pp).
  40. Priyadarshi, Aditya, Hegde, Manjunath Jha, Bibhuti Kumar, Chatterjee, Subhamoy, Manda, Sudip, Chowdhury, Mayukh & Banerjee, D. (2023). Detection of solar filaments using suncharts from Kodaikanal Solar Observatory archive employing a clustering approach. Astrophy. Jr., 943: 140 (10pp).
  41. Lata, Sneh et al. (including Pandey, J. C, Dileep, Athul, Panwar, Neelam Joshi, S.). (2023). Photometric variable stars in the young open cluster NGC 6823. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 520, 1092–1110. 
  42. Kalita, Nibedita et al. (including Gupta, A. C.). (2023). Optical flux and spectral variability of BL Lacertae during its historical high outburst in 2020. Astrophy. Jr., 943: 135 (12pp).
  43. Dattatrey, Arvind K. & Yadav, R. K. S. et al. (2023). GlobULeS. IV. UVIT/AstroSat detection of extremely low mass white dwarf companions to blue straggler stars in NGC 362. Astrophy. Jr., 943: 130 (12pp).
  44. Kishore, Shubham, Gupta, A. C. & Wiita, Paul J. (2023). Detection of Quasiperiodic Oscillations in the Blazar S4 0954+658 with TESS. Astrophy. Jr., 943: 53 (16pp).
  45. Jaiswal, Aditya, Naja, M., Bhattacharjee, Samaresh, Tiwari, S. N. & Reddy, B. M. (2023). Unraveling the dynamics of an intense pre-monsoon hailstorm and summer monsoon deep convective system over the central Himalayas using a VHF radar. Atmos. Res., 284, 106595 (20pp).
  46. Caballero-Garcıa, M. D., Gupta, Rahul & Pandey, S. B. et al. (including Ror, Amit Kumar, Aryan, Amar & Kumar, Amit). (2023). Multiwavelength study of the luminous GRB 210619B observed with Fermi and ASIM. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 519, 3201–3226.
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  50. Ailawadhi, A. et al. (including Misra, K., Dimple, Ghosh, Ankur, Jha, V. K., Kumar, Amit Pandey, S. B.). (2023). Photometric and spectroscopic analysis of the Type II SN 2020jfo with a short plateau. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 519, 248-270. 
  51. Ningombam, S. S. et al. (including Dumka, U. C.) (2023). Classification of MODIS fire emission data based on aerosol absorption Angstrom exponent retrieved from AERONET data. Sci. Tot. Environ., 858, 159898 (13pp). 
  52. Ror, Amit Kumar & Gupta, Rahul et al. (including Pandey, S. B., Kumar, Amit Aryan, Amar). (2023). Prompt emission and early optical afterglow of very-high-energy detected GRB 201015A and GRB 201216C: onset of the external forward shock. Astrophy. Jr., 942, 34 (32pp). 
  53. Grünwald, G. et al. (including Rakshit, Suvendu). (2023). The first look at narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies with eROSITA. Astron. Astrophy., 669, A37 (10pp).
  54. Kumar, S., Singh, N., Singh, R. P. & Singh, D. (2023). Variability of air quality and aerosol over Indian region during 2003–2012. Indian Jr. of Phys., 97, 17–23.
  55. Kuznetsov, A. A., Karakotov, R. R., Chandrashekhar, K., & Banerjee, D. (2023). X-Ray and ultraviolet flares on AT microscopii observed by AstroSat. Res. Astron. Astrophy., 23: 015006 (16pp).
  56. Ghosh, S., Sasmal, S., Naja, M., Potirakis, S., Hayakawa, M. (2023). Study of aerosol anomaly associated with large earthquakes (M > 6). Adv. Space Res., 71 (1), 129-143.
  57. Varun, Iyer, Nirmal & Paul, B. (2023). Peculiar temporal and spectral features in highly obscured HMXB pulsar IGR J16320-4751 using XMM-Newton. New Astronomy, 98, 101942 (9pp).
  58. Sariya, D. P., Jianga, Ing-Guey, Bisht, D., Yadav, R. K. S. & Rangwa, G. (2023). A Gaia based analysis of open cluster Berkeley 27. New Astronomy, 98, 101938 (9pp). 
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  60. Karmakar, Subhajeet, Naik, S., Pandey, J. C. & Savanov, I. S. (2023). Swift and XMM–Newton observations of an RS CVn-type eclipsing binary SZ Psc: superflare and coronal properties. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 518, 900-918.
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  2. Villarroel, Beatriz, et al. (including Gupta, Alok C.). (2022). Launching the VASCO Citizen Science Project. Universe, 8(11), 561(16pp).

  3. Gupta, Rahul, Kumar, Amit, Pandey, Shashi Bhushan, et al. (including  Ghosh, Ankur, Dimple, Misra, Kuntal, Kumar, Brajesh & Aryan, Amar). (2022) Revealing nature of GRB 210205A, ZTF21aaeyldq (AT2021any) and follow-up observations with the 4K×4K CCD imager + 3.6m DOT. Jr. Astrophys. Astr., 43: 11(15pp).

  4. Troja, E. et al. (including Kumar, Amit, Gupta, Rahul, Aryan, Amar, Misra, K. & Pandey, S. B.). (2022). A nearby long gamma-ray burst from a merger of compact objects. Nature, 612, 228–231.

  5. Schatz, H. et al. (including Aryan, Amar & Bandyopadhyay, A.). (2022). Horizons: nuclear astrophysics in the 2020s and beyond. Jr. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 49, 110502 (78pp).

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  9. Rawat, Nikita, Pandey, J. C., Joshi, A., Scaringi, S. & Yadava, U. (2022). SWIFT J0503.7-2819: a nearly synchronous intermediate polar below the period gap?. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 517, 1667-1677.

  10. Aryan, Amar, Pandey, S. B., Kumar, Amit, Gupta, Rahul, Ror, Amit Kumar, Tripathi, A. & Tiwari, S. N. (2022). Analyses of hydrogen-stripped core–collapse supernovae using MOSFiT and MESA-based tools. Jr. Astroph. Astron., 43 (2), 87 (10pp).

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  12. Gupta, Rahul, Pandey, S. B., Kumar, Amit, Aryan, Amar, Ror, Amit Kumar, Sharma, Saurabh, Misra, Kuntal, Castro-Tirado, A. J. & Tiwari, S. N. (2022). Photometric studies on the host galaxies of gamma-ray bursts using 3.6m Devasthal optical telescope. Jr. Astrophy. Astron., 43 (2), 82 (15pp).

  13. Kushwaha, P. (2022). BL Lac object OJ 287: exploring a complete spectrum of issues concerning relativistic jets and accretion. Jr. Astrophy. Astron., 43 (2), 79 (13pp).

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  15. Gangopadhyay, Anjasha & Misra, K. et al. (2022). A global look into the world of interacting supernovae. Jr. Astrophy. Astron., 43 (2), 51 (8pp). 

  16. Ambade, B., Sankar, T. K., Sahu, L. K. & Dumka, U. C. (2022). Understanding sources and composition of black carbon and PM2.5 in urban environments in East India. Urban Science, 6 (3), 60 (16pp).

  17. Abadi, A. R. S. et al. (including Dumka, U. C.). (2022). Long-term investigation of aerosols in the Urmia Lake region in the Middle East by ground-based and satellite data in 2000–2021. Remote Sensing, 14, 3827 (18pp). 

  18. Cai, Y.-Z. et al. (including Misra, K.). (2022). Forbidden hugs in pandemic times: III. Observations of the luminous red nova AT 2021biy in the nearby galaxy NGC 4631. Astron. & Astrophy., 667, A4 (21pp).

  19. Bisht, D. et al. (including Yadav, R. K. S.). (2022). A comprehensive study of five Intermediate-age Pismis (2, 3, 7, 12, 15) clusters using photometric and astrometric data from Gaia EDR3. Astron. Jr., 164: 171 (17pp). 

  20. Devanand, P. U., Gupta, A. C., Jithesh, V. & Wiita, Paul J. (2022). Study of X-ray intraday variability of HBL blazars based on observations obtained with XMM-Newton. Astrophy. Jr., 939: 80 (28pp).

  21. Prabhu, Deepthi S. et al. (including Yadav, R. K. S.). (2022). Globular Cluster UVIT Legacy Survey (GlobULeS). III. Omega centauri in farultraviolet. Astrophy. Jr. Lett., 939: L20 (10pp).

  22. Olmo-García, Amanda (including Kumar, Brajesh). (2022). Optical spectroscopic characterization of Fermi blazar candidates of uncertain type with TNG and DOT: first results. Mon. Not. Roy. Aston. Soc., 516, 5702-5711.

  23. Panthi, Anju et al. (including Pandey, Sindhu). (2022). UOCS –VIII. UV study of the open cluster NGC 2506 using ASTROSAT. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 516, 5318-5330.

  24. Kumar, Harsh et al. (including Kumar, Brajesh). (2022). GROWTH on S190426c II: GROWTH-India Telescope search for an optical counterpart with a custom image reduction and candidate vetting pipeline. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 516, 4517-4528.

  25. Omar, Amitesh. (2022). LOFAR discovery of rare large FR I jets in the low-luminosity radio galaxy NGC 5322. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. Lett., 517, L81-L85.

  26. Bandyopadhyay, Avrajit, Sivarani, Thirupathi, Beers, Timothy C., Susmitha, A., Nayak, Prasanta K., Pandey, Jeewan C. (2022). Li distribution, kinematics, and detailed abundance analysis among very metal-poor stars in the galactic halo from the HESP-GOMPA survey. Atrophy. Jr., 937: 52 (15pp).

  27. Patel, Ritesh & Pant, Vaibhav. (2022). Hi-C 2.1 observations of reconnection nanojets. Astrophy. Jr., 938: 122 (9pp).

  28. Pandey, Shivangi, Rakshit, Suvendu, Woo, Jong-Hak & Stalin, C. S. (2022). Spectroscopic reverberation mapping of Quasar PKS 0736 + 017: broad-line region and black-hole mass. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 516, 2671-2682.

  29. Chand, Krishan & Gopal-Krishna. (2022). Persistence of the blazar state in flat-spectrum radio quasars. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. Lett., 516, L18-L23.

  30. Omar, Amitesh. (2022). On energetics and progenitors of odd radio circles: a causal connection with tidal disruption of stars?. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. Lett., 516, L43-L47.

  31. Jha, Bibhuti Kumar, Hegde, Manjunath, Priyadarshi, Aditya, Mandal, S., Ravindra, B. & Banerjee, D. (2022). Extending the sunspot area series from Kodaikanal Solar Observatory. Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, 9, 1019751 (10pp).

  32. Hoque, H. M. S. et al. (including Naja, M.). (2022). Multi-axis differential optical absorption spectroscopy (MAX-DOAS) observations of formaldehyde and nitrogen dioxide at three sites in Asia and comparison with the global chemistry transport model CHASER. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 22, 12559-12589.

  33. Kaushik, K., Omar, Amitesh, Kumar, Brijesh, Misra, Kuntal & Joshi, Jagdish. (2022). LOFAR search for radio emission from galaxies hosting tidal disruption events. Res. Notes AAS, 6 (9), 195.

  34. Dimple Misra, K. et al. (including Ghosh, Ankur, Gupta, Rahul Pandey, S. B.). (2022). Multiwavelength analysis of short GRB 201221D and its comparison with other high & low redshift short GRBs. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 516, 1-12.

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  36. Noel, A. Priyana, Gaur, H. Gupta, A. C. et al. (including Dhiman, Vinit). (2022). X-Ray intraday variability of the TeV blazar Markarian 421 with XMM-newton. Astrophy. Jr. Sup. Sr., 262: 4 (15pp).

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  41. Kumar, Amit, Pandey, S. B., Gupta, Rahul, Aryan, Amit, Ror, Amit Kumar, Sharma, Saurabh & Brahme, Nameeta. (2022). Tale of GRB 171010A/SN 2017htp and GRB 171205A/SN 2017iuk: magnetar origin?. New Astronomy, 97, 101889 (17pp).

  42. Singh, Gurpreet Pandey, J. C. (2022). An X-Ray study of coronally connected Active Eclipsing Binaries. Astroph. Jr., 934: 20 (21pp).

  43. Dimple, Misra, Kuntal, Ghosh, Ankur, Arun, K. G., Gupta, Rahul, Kumar, Amit, Resmi, L., Pandey, S. B. & Yadav, Lallan. (2022). GRB 210217A: a short or a long GRB?. Jr. Astroph. Astron., 43 (2): 39 (10pp).

  44. Ojha, Vineet, Jha, Vivek Kumar, Chand, Hum & Singh, Veeresh. (2022). Evidence of jet-induced optical microvariability in radio-loud narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies. Mon. Not. Roy. Astro. Soc., 514, 5607–5624.

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  46. Joshi, Raj Kishor, Debnath, S., Chattopadhyay, I. (2022). Shocks in radiatively driven time-dependent, relativistic jets around Black Holes. Astrophy. Jr, 933: 75 (15pp).

  47. Geng, X. et al. (including Kushwaha, P.). (2022). Exploring γ-ray flares in the long-term light curves of CTA 102 at GeV energies. Astrophy. Jr. Supp. Ser., 260: 48 (29pp).

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  36. Jaiswal, A., Phanikumar, D. V., Bhattacharjee, S. & Naja, M. (2020). Estimation of turbulence parameters using ARIES ST Radar and GPS radiosonde measurements: first results from the Central Himalayan region. Radio Science, 55, e2019RS006979 (18pp).

  37. Dewangan, L. K., et al. (including Sharma, S. & Pandey, R.) (2020). Probing the physical conditions and star formation processes in the galactic H II region S305. Astrophy. Jr., 899:172 (16pp).

  38. Majumdar, S., Pant, V., Patel, R. & Banerjee, D. (2020). Connecting 3D evolution of coronal mass ejections to their source regions. Astrophy. Jr., 899:6 (15pp).

  39. Chand, V., et al. (including Gupta, R., Dimple, Pandey, S. B. & Kumar, Amit) (2020). Peculiar prompt emission and afterglow in the H.E.S.S.- detected GRB 190829A. Astrophy. Jr., 898:42 (13pp).

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  41. Pandey, Ashwani (2020). Nustar view of TeV blazar Mrk 501. Galaxies, 8:55 (12pp).

  42. Eswaraiah, C., et al. (including Pandey, A. K.) (2020). Unveiling the important of magnetic fields int eh evolution of dense clumps formed at the waist of bipolar H II regions: a case study of Sh 2-201 with JCMT SCUBA-2/POL-2. Astrophy. Jr., 897:90 (19pp).

  43. Mannaday, V. K., et al. (including Joshi, Y. C., Pandey, A. K. & Joshi, S.) (2020). Probing transit timing variation and its possible origin with 12 new transits of TrEs-3b. Astron. Jr., 160:47 (15pp).

  44. Pandey, Ashwani, et al. (including Gupta, A. C.) (2020). Optical variability of three extreme TeV blazars. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 496, 1430- 1444.

  45. Ojha, V., Chand, H., Dewangan, G. C. & Rakshit, S. (2020). A Comparison of X-Ray Photon Indices among the Narrow- and Broad-line Seyfert 1 Galaxies. Astrophy. Jr., 896:95 (22pp).

  46.  Kaur, H., et al. (including Sharma, S. & Panwar, N.) (2020). Unveiling the physical conditions in NGC 6910.  Astrophy. Jr., 896:29 (17pp).

  47. Bostroem, K. A., et al. (including Dastidar, R., Gangopadhyay, A. & Misra, K.) (2020). Discovery and Rapid Follow-up Observations of the Unusual Type II SN 2018ivc in NGC 1068. Astrophy. Jr., 895:31 (20pp).

  48. Maurya, J., Joshi, Y. C. & Gour, A. S. (2020). Photometric study of the young open clusters IC 1442, King 21, and Trumpler 7.  Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 495, 2496-2508.

  49. Dugrapal, A. Rangwal, G., Bisht, D., Kaur, H., Yadav, R K. S. & Pandey, J. C. (2020). A search for variable stars in the four open star clusters. Jr. Astrophy. Astron., 41:13 (1-10pp).

  50. Bisht, D., Zhu, Q., Yadav, R. K. S., Durgapal, A. & Rangwal, G. (2020).  A comprehensive study of open clusters Czernik 14, Haffner 14, Haffner 17 and King 10 using multicolour photometry and Gaia DR2 astrometry.  Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 494, 607- 623.

  51. Durgapal, A., Bisht, D., Rangwal, G., Kaur, H. & Yadav, R. K. S. (2020). Study of open cluster king 13 using CCD VI, 2MASS and Gaia DR2. New Astronomy, 78, 101365 (1- 9pp).

  52. Dumka, U. C., et al. (2020). Long-term (2008-2018) aerosol properties and radiative effect at high-altitutde sites over western trans-himalayas. Science of the Total Environment, 734, 139354 (1-20pp).

  53. Kangas, T., et al. (including Misra, K.) (2020). The late-time afterglow evolution of long gamma-ray bursts GRB 1600625B and GRB 160509A. Astrophy. Jr., 894:43 (14pp).

  54. Maurya, J. & Joshi, Y. C. (2020). Photometric and kinematic study of the three intermediate age open clusters NGC 381, NGC 2360, and Berkeley 68. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 494, 4713-4729.

  55. Ojha, V., Chand, H., Gopal-Krishna, Mishra, S. & Chand, K. (2020). Comparative intranight optical variability of X-ray and gamma-ray-detected narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies.  Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 493, 3642-3655.

  56. Panja, A., Mondal, S., Dutta, S., Joshi, S., Lata, & Das, R. (2020). Census of the young stellar population in the galactic H II region Sh2-242. Astron. Jr., 159:153 (17pp).



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