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Not a discouraging balance, given our skewed gender ratio.
Dating metrics One look at the data by virtual connect-space Truly Madly shows that smaller towns – Tier 2, Tier 3 and beyond – have warmed up to instant connections that may or may not culminate in lasting commitment.
And if Sachin Bhatia, co-founder, Truly Madly, is to be believed, the uncertainty posed by this 'may not', is hardly a turn off for light-hearted liaisons.
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