tabla!

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tabla!
Type Free weekly newspaper
Format Compact / Tabloid
Owner(s) Singapore Press Holdings
Publisher Tamil Murasu
Founded October 2008
Language English
Headquarters  Singapore
Circulation 30,000
Official website www.tabla.com.sg

tabla! is a weekly English language newspaper in Singapore, published by Tamil Murasu.[1] Launched in October 2008, it marked its third anniversary on October 2011 with the launch of the tabla! Community Champion Award.[1] tabla! also presented the Taj Express, a Bollywood musical that made its world premiere here in Singapore, on June 7.[1]

The paper is named after the popular two-piece Indian percussion instrument, tabla.[2] 30,000 free copies of the newspaper are distributed every Friday, excluding public holidays.[2] It is available at all 7-Eleven outlets in Singapore. It provides local news to the growing community of expatriate Indians in the Republic of Singapore, such as stories on education, property and transport.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c tabla! rolls out new community initiatives AsiaOne. Retrieved 2012-07-01.
  2. ^ a b c "tabla!". Press Releases. Singapore Press Holdings. Retrieved 2012-07-01. "tabla! is aimed at the Indian diaspora with 30,000 copies being given out free each Friday. It is available at all 7-Eleven outlets. The tabloid has extensive coverage of everything. Indian, from politics to sports to Bollywood and Kollywood celebrities. It also provides local news to the growing community of expatriate Indians here, such as stories on education, property and transport." 

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