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Several Indians indicted in marriage visa fraud case in US
Deccan Chronicle

Why These Indian Millennial Girls are Choosing Arranged Marriages

Getting married is a huge deal and finding that certain someone to settle down with is not easy. Friends and family (and now matrimonial websites) are here to help find the perfect match, but some modern millennial girls think the idea of an ... Cosmopolitan.In, 1 month ago
Many Indians Indicted In Marriage Visa Fraud Case In US Businessworld India, 2 months ago
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NZ 'can't judge' arranged marriages

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse said New Zealand was not in a position to judge the 400 visas issued each year for women to enter the country for an arranged marriage. He was responding to a question at the National Party conference in ...
 New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago New Zealand not in a position to judge arranged marriages - Immigration Minister  New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago NZ violence record 'not the best'  New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago

To Zubin, with love

Special Arrangement Zubin Mehta: A Musical Journey; Bakhtiar K. Dadabhoy, Penguin Books India, Rs. 899. The biography of a musical genius that attempts to dissect the conductor's character as well as it does his music In a newspaper interview ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

A bumpy road to arranged marriage

By Meeti Shroff-Shah Rs 250 Rs 250 Broadly, literature can be divided into fiction and non-fiction. The former is when the book happens inside you. You literally come up with it from scratch. One man’s imagination is another man’s novel (think J.K.
 Asian Age1 month ago

Tinder breaking down barriers in India, one swipe at a time

The US, Australia and much of Europe have already swiped right on Tinder, but the matchmaker is also booming in India, one of the world's most populous markets. Tinder's Indian user count grew a staggering 400 percent in 2015 . Since September ...
 CNET News1 month ago
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7 Indian hotspots that's perfect for some monsoon romance

Monsoons are a great time to take that much needed romantic break from you busy life. Here are some places in India that fit the bill just perfectly. 1. Udaipur wikimedia Grand traditions and warm hospitality all rolled into one- Udaipur is ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago

India's Worst states for women: UP, Bihar, Rajasthan

By Devanik Saha Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar are the worst states for women, an IndiaSpend analysis of social indicators and demographic data of Indian states reveals. Women in these states are among those who are most likely to be ...
 India New England2 weeks ago UP, Bihar, Rajasthan: Worst states for women, J&K catching up  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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Watch the child widow transform into a blushing bride on &TV's Gangaa

Set in the heartlands of India, &TV's social drama Gangaa has been pioneer in showcasing the story about a girl's indomitable spirit and her will to survive. Her life has been nothing short of a roller coaster ride. She was married and widowed as a ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

The Bene-Israel and Baghdadi Jews of India: A history of this minority community

Editor's note: This is the second in a two-part series on the Jewish community in India For generations of Indian school students, especially those from the ICSE stream, Indian English poet, Nissim Ezekiel's poem 'Night of the Scorpion' will ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago

Terence Lewis pays tribute to Amrish Puri on 'So You Think You Can Dance'

Choreographer Terence Lewis, who is seen as a judge on " 'Ab India ki Baari'", paid tribute to late actor Amrish Puri on the singing reality show by dressing up in the late actor's Mogambo avatar. As it was a costume special episode, the jury, ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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