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Top news today evening: Uncertainty in Kashmir Valley following suspension of Amarnath Yatra, heavy rain expected in Mumbai, and more

From uncertainty in the Kashmir Valley after suspension of the Amarnath Yatra to IMD issuing a red alert in Mumbai due to heavy rains to a Kerala journalist being killed by a drunk IAS officer's car, here are the top news stories for the evening.

They divorced, then became gurus of dating

When Alyssa Dineen divorced her husband of 13 years, she started Style My Profile in 2017. Meanwhile, Amy Nobile, when she split from her husband of 20 years, started finding matches and setting up dates on her clients' behalf.


The millennials of India are turning to algorithms for love

Betterhalf has other hurdles. In a diverse country, many users come up with extraordinarily specific, inflexible partner preferences.

Dating apps want us to settle down (with them)

In its annual survey of 5,000 Americans, Match Group, the dating conglomerate that owns Tinder and OkCupid, found that singles met first dates on the internet more than through any other venue.

Facebook in the process of testing its own dating app like Tinder

Facebook Dating includes integration with Groups and Events and draws on other aspects of Facebook to expand the dating pool and encourage users to meet in public.

Dating app has a fitting reply to abusive, bully male user on how to speak to women

A dating app - keeping in mind the safety and respect of its female users - penned an open letter to a user for his bullying behaviour.


Love, appsolutely: Four apps that can help you find love

If you’re looking for coffee, conversation, or even The One, here are four apps that can help you out. Or not.

This festive season, there were more young people searching for love online

Dating apps saw a massive surge in the number of downloads and sign-ups this festival season. Of course the festive mood and time off from work helped Cupid.