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Game, set for a match? Try singles network in city

DNBAN68919 | 6/26/2013 | Author : Suparna Goswami Bhattacharya | WC :512 | City-Bangalore

Singles networks help men and women find their life partners through innovative ways
tying the knot

The tyranny of traditional matchmaking — imagine boy, girl, parents; the forced smiles, the fake interest, the awkwardness — is on its way out, and today’s urban, educated crowd is not mourning the shift in the balance of power.
The first blow was landed by the online matrimonial sites. Now, those feeling unsatisfied by matrimonial sites have another option: singles networks.
For 33-year-old Munmun Banerjee, singles networks are a manna from heaven. “The best interactions are those that happen over shared experiences, in an informal and safe environment,” says 33-year-old Munmun Banerjee, who is tired of her seeing her finer qualities advertised by her parents in the matrimonial section of a Sunday paper; popular online matri
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