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  • Dutta, Manoranjan; Narendra, Nimmala; Sahu, Narendra; Shil, Sujay (Cornell University Library, 2022-02)
    The nature of neutrinos, whether Dirac or Majorana, is hitherto not known. Assuming that the neutrinos are Dirac, which needs B?L to be an exact symmetry, we make an attempt to explain the observed proportionality between ...
  • Poddar, Tanmay Kumar (Cornell University Library, 2021-11)
    The geodetic and frame-dragging effects are the direct consequences of the spacetime curvature near earth which can be probed from the Gravity probe B satellite. The satellite result matches quite well with Einstein's ...
  • Basak, Tanushree; Mohanty, Subhendra; Tomar, Gaurav (Cornell University Library, 2015-01)
    In a Dark left-right gauge model, the neutral component of right-handed lepton doublet is odd under generalized R-parity and thus the lightest one serves as the dark matter (DM) candidate. The DM in this model dominantly ...
  • Sarkar, Sudipta et al. (Cornell University Library, 2021-10)
    Thanu Padmanabhan was a renowned Indian theoretical physicist known for his research in general relativity, cosmology, and quantum gravity. In an extraordinary career spanning forty-two years, he published more than three ...
  • Poddar, Tanmay Kumar (Cornell University Library, 2021-10)
    The evidence of gravitational wave was first indirectly confirmed by the orbital period loss of Hulse-Taylor binary system which agrees well with the Einstein's general relativistic prediction. The perihelion precession ...
  • Purohit, Kuldeep J.; Natwariya, Pravin Kumar; Bhatt, Jitesh R.; Mehta, Prashant K. (2021-09)
    We study numerical evolutions of an initial cloud of self-gravitating bosonic dark matter with finite angular momentum. It is demonstrated that the initial spinning scalar cloud can undergo a gravitational condensation to ...

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