Title is Untitled: Santosh Avvannavar, Kundan Srivastava, Raghunath Babu Are

Title is Untitled by Santosh Avvannavar, Kundan Srivastava, Raghunath Babu Are has many arguments from the social obligation to pretensions to the demystification of the modern society, and the representation of women with numerous references, direct and indirect, to the ongoing struggles against rape, child marriage, dowry, taboos, human trafficking, fake degrees,  beggary to fake institutions.

God's Table: Santosh Avvannavar, Jyothi Byahatti, Sandeep Huilgol

God's Table: The Last Supper by Santosh Avvannavar, Jyothi Byahatti, and Dr Sandeep Huilgol stages, with awareness and maturity, the lives of two couples, whose stories are intertwined by chance disconcerted by the societal, ethical, economic and anthropological issues plaguing our nation these days.

Business As Usual: Deepak Chawla

Business As Usual by Deepak Chawla laid down in the urban setting of the contemporary corporate globe brings together stories about folks, whose convictions are greater than their situations, who are often at moment of truth's making choices among principles, philosophy, obligations, and convictions other than who, like most of us, at the end of the day deal with existence with ultimate persistence, potency and pluck.

Second Heart: Sandeep Huilgol, Santosh Avvannavar

Second Heart: First Heart Beats for Love, Second Heart Beats for Life by Dr. Sandeep Huilgol, Santosh Avvannavar encompasses five different heart stirring stories with easy unfolding to transport an understanding on the mistaken beliefs as regards kidney issues among general public in part based on true stories on individual experiences.

...the smell of piss an' shit in his pants: T. Wignesan

...the smell of piss an' shit in his pants by T. Wignesan is a true story of a twenty-year old lad from America who saw active duty as a foot-soldier beginning in the late '60s.  This book is a vicarious memoir, not a novel. The author interviewed a Vietnam War veteran in 2009, and the text constitutes a psychological portrait of a friend he had met and known for a year soon after his being demobbed. The background to the “story” is not just the horror of war, but what this particular war did to him and his generation.  “On the psychologist and psychiatrists' cards, he remains tagged as a post-traumatic stress case.”