Tavleen Singh is an author and columnist. She writes a weekly column in English for the Indian Express and two Hindi weekly columns for Jansatta and Amar Ujala. She has written four books. The first, 'Kashmir: A Tragedy of Errors' was published in 1995. The second, 'Lollipop Street: Why India will Survive Its Politicians' was published in 1999. In 2007 a collection of columns published in the Indian Express and India Today over a period of twenty years came out under the title, 'Political and Incorrect.' In 2012 came a memoir called 'Durbar' which went on to become a huge bestseller. Her new book 'India's Broken Tryst' is being published this year.
Tavleen Singh has been a journalist for more than 40 years. She has worked in television and print journalism covering events in South Asia that included elections in Pakistan and India, ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka, a coup in the Maldives and ethnic conflicts in Kashmir and Punjab. She continues to combine reporting with column writing.
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