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Indian men's obsession for brides with fair complexion - Daily Bhaskar

Indian men's obsession for brides with fair complexion
Daily Bhaskar
But the big shocking question that comes to mind is “Why are Indian men still obsessed with marrying or dating fair complexion women?
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In India, More Women Are Playing Matchmaker For Themselves - NPR (blog)

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In India, More Women Are Playing Matchmaker For Themselves
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Page after page, the matrimonial section trumpets the finer qualities of India's sons and daughters. Parents looking to marry off their children often ...
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Meet online for a happy life everafter

Meet online for a happy life everafter | India dating | Scoop.it

A study by researchers at the University of Chicago and Harvard University has indicated that marriages that began through online meetings are less likely to end in separation or divorce than marriages that began through offline meetings.

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Shah Rukh Khan beats Big B, gets voted as India's most popular father - India Today

Shah Rukh Khan beats Big B, gets voted as India's most popular father - India Today | India dating | Scoop.it
Shah Rukh Khan beats Big B, gets voted as India's most popular father
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"The poll showcases some of the most successful Indian men whose love and dedication also makes them popular fathers.
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Who is the 'Modern Indian Woman'? - Deccan Herald

Who is the 'Modern Indian Woman'? - Deccan Herald | India dating | Scoop.it
Who is the 'Modern Indian Woman'?
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Take for instance,what young men look for on matrimonial websites these days.
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Most companies view office romance as personal turf - Times of India

Most companies view office romance as personal turf
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Son-in-Law: Blessing or Intruder? - The Atlantic

Son-in-Law: Blessing or Intruder? - The Atlantic | India dating | Scoop.it
Son-in-Law: Blessing or Intruder?
The Atlantic
India is hardly pre-industrial, but arranged marriages are still common here. Parents take out matrimonial advertisements stating that they are looking for an "alliance" for their son or daughter.
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