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- Suicides in young people in rural southern India.The Lancet. 2004; 3: 1-4
- Burn mortality: Recent trends and socio-cultural determinants in rural India.Burns. 2003; 29: 270-275
- Bengaluru Injury/Road traffic Injury Surveillance Programme: A feasibility study (Publication No. 68).National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Bengaluru2008
- Mortality rate and years of life lost from unintentional injury and suicide in South India.Tropical Medicine and International Health. 2006; 11: 1553-1556
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- Gender inequality and fire related deaths in India.The Lancet. 2009; 373: 1230-1231
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