1. Early warning alert and response system (EWARS) in Indonesia: Highlight from the first years of implementation, 2009-2011. Health Science Journal of Indonesia – Click Here
  2. Joint external evaluation process: bringing multiple sectors together. for global health security The Lancet Global Health, September 2017 – Click Here
  3. Detecting Guillain-Barré syndrome caused by Zika virus using systems developed for polio surveillance. WHO Bulletin, September 2016 – Click Here 
  4. Strategy of Making Hand Washing a Routine Habit: Principles of 5Es and 3Rs. Journal of Nepal Medical Association (JNMA), 2016 – Click Here
  5. Do we have Business Continuity Plan (BCP) for Emergencies like Ebola Outbreak or Pandemic or Others? Journal of Emergency Planning and Business Continuity. 2015. Henry Stewart Publication – Click Here 
  6. Developing an Index to Measure Health System Performance: Measurement for Districts of Nepal(JNMA), 2012 –Click Here
  7. Leptospirosis in Nepal: Journal of Nepal Medical Association (JNMA), 2012 – Click Here
  8. Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 Cases in Nepal: Journal of Nepal Medical Association (JNMA), 2012 – Click Here 
  9. Mortality statistics from National Census: A low cost viable method. Journal Nepal Health Research Council. 2010 Apr;8(16):63-8 – Click Here
  10. 11 health questions about 11 SEAR countries. SEARO Publication, 2007 – Click Here
  11. Regional health Situations 2001-2007.SEARO Publication, 2008 – Click Here
  12. Health in the Asia and Pacific” WPRO-SEARO Bi regional Publication, 2008 – Click Here
  13. Comparative Analysis of National Situation of Pharmaceutical Sector on Supply and Use of Medicines in Health Care Delivery System in Nepal and Thailan.2014, EMBA Thesis – Upon Request
  14. Epidemiology of Acute Flaccid Paralysis in Nepal – 2001-2006. 2006, MPH Thesis – Upon Request
  15. Medical Ecology of Japanese Encephalitis in Anthropological Perspective. 2005-06. MA Thesis – Upon Request
  16. “Chhue, Chhaupadi and Chueekula Pratha” – Menstrual Sheds: Examples of Discriminatory Practices against Women in the Mid- and Far-Western Regions of Nepal: Considering Women as “Impure” or “Unclean” During Menstruation and Post-Partum Periods. – Click Here