Current Science has a special section on the science of the Himalayas with papers on a wide range of topics including papers on the seismic importance of major fault systems, interplay of faulting, climate change and sedimentary processes and a surprise!... a study of volcanic arc associated Cretaceous carbonate reefs.. built not by corals but by those enigmatic weird bivalves.. Rudists... enjoyed reading that!
- Seismotectonic implications of strike–slip earthquakes in the Darjiling–Sikkim Himalaya
- Climate footprints in the Late Quaternary–Holocene landforms of Dun Valley, NW Himalaya, India
- Palaeogeographic significance of ‘Yasin-type’ rudist and orbitolinid fauna of the Shyok Suture Zone, Saltoro Hills, northern Ladakh, India
- Active tectonics in the northwestern outer Himalaya: evidence of large-magnitude palaeoearthquakes in Pinjaur Dun and the Frontal Himalaya
- Active fault study along foothill zone of Kumaun Sub-Himalya: influence on landscape shaping and drainage evolution
- Intricacies of the Himalayan seismotectonics and seismogenesis: need for integrated research
- When did India–Asia collide and make the Himalaya?
- Observed changes in Himalayan glaciers
- Seismotectonics of the great and large earthquakes in Himalaya