|Native name||तवलीन सिंह|
|Born||1950 (age 64–65)
Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, India
|Occupation||Author and Columnist|
|Partner||Ajit Gulabchand |
Singh was born in Mussoorie in 1950 in a Sikh family. She studied at the Welham Girls School. She did a short-term Journalism course from the New Delhi Polytechnic in 1969. She graduated from St. Bede's College, Shimla.
She completed her education in India and started her career with a reporting job at the Evening Mail, Slough (England), where she worked and trained for two and a half years under the Westminster Press/Thompson training scheme.
Singh returned to India in 1974 to work with The Statesman as a reporter. She joined The Telegraph as a Special Correspondent in 1982. In 1985 and also in 1987 she became the South Asia correspondent of the Sunday Times, London.
In 1990 she began her stint with television by heading Plus Channel's Delhi bureau. Singh presented two video magazines called People Plus and Business Plus. She has done Ek Din Ek Jeevan, a Hindi weekly programme for STAR Plus.[when?], she is with The Indian Express and The Hitavada. She writes a weekly column for them, on Sundays.
- Kashmir: A Tragedy of Errors. Viking, 1995. ISBN 0-14-025078-6.
- Lollipop Street: Why India Will Survive Her Politicians. Viking, 1999. ISBN 0-670-88838-9.
- Fifth Column. Viking, ISBN 0-670-08135-3.
- Political and Incorrect: The real India, warts and all . Harpercollins. 2008. ISBN 81-7223-712-X.
- Durbar. Hachette, 2012. ISBN 978-93-5009-444-0.
- Excerpt from 'Durbar' 
- Can you take it Tavleen Singh (interview)
- Archive of Tavleen Singh's articles
- A son in search of his father: 'My parents' affair lasted little more than a week..'.
- Interview Tavleen Singh on Newslaundry - I Agree with Tavleen Singh on YouTube.
- Tavleen Singh Indian Express.
- A Correspondent Date: 2011-01-06 Place: Mumbai (6 January 2011). "A son in search of his father". Mid-day.com.
- Tavleen Singh’s latest book compiles contemporary history Financial Express, Jul 22, 2008.