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Coronavirus: Online dating has seen a surge in activity in India since the lockdown

How can you find love in lockdown? Image: REUTERS/Hemanshi Kamani

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Increase in matches and conversations on OkCupid since March 2020. Image: Quartz
Activities Indian millennials would choose for an online date. Image: Quartz
Popular formats of virtual dating for Indian millennials. Image: Quartz
The benefits of dating virtually for Indians. Image: Quartz

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