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And she doesn't use the word 'hook-up' to describe Tinder.
The 90s called, and they want their clichés back.
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Baby, you're a firework, not.
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If you're not a fan of swiping left or right, it's easy to get demoralized about the current state of dating. But don't be too alarmed by Tinder and similar apps. As biological anthropologist Helen Fi...
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There is an app for everything now, including of course, dating. In fact there are quite a few dating apps, and some such as Tinder, OkCupid and Grindr -- meant to connect seeking singles -- have foun...
A few years ago in India, when every other youngster didn't have a smartphone, online romancing was largely limited to sending friend requests to people with cute DPs, or perhaps lurking in chatrooms,...
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He looks like a bloated version of a Bollywood heartthrob, which is his only redeeming quality. He looks thinner in his pictures. It's early 2011; everybody looks thinner in their pictures in 2011. He's short, but not too short. He's fat, but not too fat. I am here, but I am not too here. He's fun, but not too... No, wait. He's not fun at all. Do you know what I mean?
Online dating app Tinder today said it has witnessed a 400 per cent increase in downloads in the country in the past year, and women are more active in using the application than men. "We are truly ex...
'Do you watch Downton Abbey?' he asks me suddenly, and I notice the slightest hint of excitement in his voice. Well, at least he likes to adhere to one gay stereotype. I shake my head, and his smile droops a little. Saying that you don't watch Downton Abbey is like saying that you don't shop at the ZARA sale. I avoid telling him that I binge watched through six seasons of Gossip Girl, and download songs from Glee.
Running a popular online dating platform in India has offered us a fascinating ringside view of how urban youngsters are forming relationships and finding love offline and online. Women have taken over the online dating space and are dictating terms in more ways than one.
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In an attempt to address the bizarre reasons that Indian society gives single youngsters to get married quickly, Hyderabad-based online dating portal QuackQuack recently launched a campaign titled #Ha...
Let’s face it. Dating in India can be tricky business that needs more than just chemistry between the participants to reach a happy ending. It’s not exactly a surprise to anyone who has ever tried to...