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2009An unusual specimen of the Eocene whale Remingtonocetus (Cetacea, Mammalia) from Kutch, India.Das D. P.; Bajpai S.; Thewissen J. G. M.; Mishra V. P.
2017Ancient DNA reveals Late Pleistocene existence of ostriches in Indian sub-continentJain S.; Rai N.; Kumar G.; Pruthi P.A.; Thangaraj K.; Bajpai S.; Pruthi V.
2014Anthracobunids from the middle eocene of India and Pakistan are stem perissodactylsCooper L.N.; Seiffert E.R.; Clementz M.; Madar S.I.; Bajpai S.; Hussain S.T.; Thewissen J.G.M.
2016Aquatic habits of cetacean ancestors: Integrating bone microanatomy and stable isotopesCooper L.N.; Clementz M.T.; Usip S.; Bajpai S.; Hussain S.T.; Hieronymus T.L.
2020Biostratigraphy, palaeoenvironment and sea level changes during pre-collisional (Palaeocene) phase of the Indian plate: palynological evidence from Akli Formation in Giral Lignite Mine, Barmer Basin, Rajasthan, Western India.Prasad V.; Uddandam P.R.; Agrawal S.; Bajpai S.; Singh I.B.; Mishra A.K.; Sharma A.; Kumar M.; Verma P.
2009Biotic perspective of the Deccan volcanism and India-Asia collision: Recent advances. In: Current trends in Science, Platinum Jubilee Special publicationBajpai S.
2015Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, LucknowBajpai S.
2016Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeosciences: An overview of recent advances and developmentsBajpai S.
1994Charophytes from Deccanintertrappean beds of peninsular India: Implications for age and correlation of Deccan volcanicsSrinivasan S.; Bajpai S.; Sahni A.
2011Cranial anatomy of middle eocene remingtonocetus (Cetacea, Mammalia) from Kutch, IndiaBajpai S.; Thewissen J.G.M.; Conley R.W.
2009Creodont and condylarth from Cambay Shale (early Eocene, ~55-54 Ma), Vastan Lignite Mine, Gujarat, western India.Bajpai S.; Kapur V. V.; Thewissen J. G. M.
2000Cretaceous age for Ir-rich Deccan intertrappean deposits: Palaeontological evidence from Anjar, western IndiaBajpai S.; Prasad G.V.R.
1988Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary events: The fossil vertebrate, palaeomagnetic and radiometric evidence from Peninsular IndiaSahni A.; Bajpai S.
2009Deccan volcanism, the KT mass extinction and dinosaursKeller G.; Sahni A.; Bajpai S.
2001Dental morphology of Remingtonocetidae (Cetacea, Mammalia)Thewissen J.G.M.; Bajpai S.
2013Development and evolution of the unique cetacean dentitionArmfield B.A.; Zheng Z.; Bajpai S.; Vinyard C.J.; Thewissen J.G.M.
2006Developmental basis for hind-limb loss in dolphins and origin of the cetacean bodyplanThewissen J.G.M.; Cohn M.J.; Stevens L.S.; Bajpai S.; Heyning J.; Horton Jr. W.E.
2008Earliest Cenozoic frogs from the Indian subcontinent: implications for out-of-India hypothesis.Bajpai S.; Kapur V. V.
2009Early Danian planktic foraminifera from Cretaceous-Tertiary intertrappean beds at Jhilmili, Chhindwara District, Madhya Pradesh, IndiaKeller G.; Khosla S.C.; Sharma R.; Khosla A.; Bajpai S.; Adatte T.
2005Early Eocene land mammals from Vastan lignite mine, District Surat (Gujarat), western India. JBajpai S.; Kapur V.V.; Das D. P.; Tiwari B. N.; Saravanan N.; Sharma R.