Tamil Nadu Agriculture University.| Source: "We took off at 10.05 am, landed at 11.28 am and in the next hour we had the admission letter on our hands.
Online Dating is a phenomenon, which has finally started to make space in the India arena.
It's not everyday you hear about a random stranger being generous. In case you are wondering, let's tell you a true incident that happened on Saturday, August 8.
Around 6.30 am, a group of walkers in Anna University saw a mother with her daughter asking for directions to Thangaponnu (R) and her daughter R Swathi.
The algorithm of this app, helps find matches based on your interest tags and for what it’s worth, you can actually search for probable matches, just on the basis of a single tag that you feel interests you the most.
Bumble is yet another dating app, which will help you find matches, more or less in the same way as Tinder.
| Source: "They were asked to come to Anna Arangam, Tamil Nadu Agriculture University, Coimbatore, but they reached Anna University by mistake," said M.
Saravanan, a former student of College of Engineering, Guindy and a member of a walking group called Twalkers.
The app boasts of boosting the relevance of the matches as they aren’t simply based on factors like distance and age.
"It is a party out there," said a young Chennai woman.
It's a party that Hindu Mahasabha (which threatened to marry off couples this Valentine's Day) has not been invited to and, chances are, is clueless about.
As a matter of fact, the app relies upon superior social discovery and believes in giving the complete control to the user.
Highly personalised to suit one’s likes and preferences, the app can also be adjusted as per the lifestyle that one chooses to follow.