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Rashmi Singh
Headmistress Delhi International School Former HM Tagore Public School,Former Vice Principal SPS Int School,Former VP Expression World Sch
Headmistress Delhi International School Former HM Tagore Public School,Former Vice Principal SPS Int School,Former VP Expression World Sch

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About Rashmi Singh
Rashmi Singh is an author, columnist, counsellor, painter, personality development advisor and an educationist. She has been in the field of education from past twenty five years. She started her career as a class teacher of Std. VIth in a CBSE school where she taught almost all subjects. She has taught English to 12th graders in many renowned schools of India. She has been also the Vice Principal and Headmistress of few very good schools. As an author she has given 7 books to the literary world. Ex Headmistress of Tagore Public School, Palwal, Ms Singh is currently the Headmistress of Delhi International School, Greater Faridabad.

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Happy Deepawali to all my Readers! Love u all!

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Author Interview- Rashmi Singh RP: What is the core premise of your latest release- ‘The Memsaheb? RS: To take my readers on a journey unexplored. Common love stories,
like, ‘I love you’ types can be written by anyone and being light reads,
these sell wel...

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EXTRACT OF The Memsaheb

'Tell me officer, are English people shameless?’

The officer was stunned with the boldness exhibited, ‘Sajjo Bano?’

‘Memsaheb! This sounds better!’

‘I mean, Memsaheb…Do you know what you are saying?’

‘Yes officer? I am slightly drunk and am not being very
polished but am I not speaking the truth?’

The handsome man was muddled. ‘Does she really want
her son as the legal heir? If so, why is she being so rude?
Doesn’t she know the consequences?’

‘OK, you are slightly confused about my behaviour. Isn’t
it?’ She looked directly into his blue eyes. They were sitting on
raised bar stools, opposite to each other. ‘And yes, I do know
about the World War. Your King George is winning though his
countrymen are dying of hunger.’ She was direct without any
extra frills.

‘Aren’t you afraid, Memsaheb?’

‘Afraid of you or the British Administration?’ She laughed
under her breath.

‘I am a representative of King George.’ The officer sounded

Sukhmani burst into laughter. ‘And what can you all do?
Kill? I am prepared,’ saying she finished her glass. And put it
with a bang on the counter.

‘This woman is not at all bothered about her son. What
should be done? What decision should I make?’

‘Why do you look perplexed? Can we dance?’ Again she
was very direct.

‘Will the Nawab not mind? I have heard about the
conservativeness of the Indian Society.’ He was scrutinizing
her. ‘She changes topics so abruptly. Who is she? From where
has the Nawab got her?’

‘And why should he?’

The officer was again boggled. He looked deeply at her. WANT TO READ MORE? BUY THIS CLASSIC HERE: CLICK ON THE COVER PIC

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Release of The Memsaheb at DelhiBookFair 
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Release of The Memsaheb at Pragati Maidan +Delhi Book Fair​
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