by Jake Vandenhoff If you go to a popular bar or club on a Friday or Saturday night it's going to be packed full of 18-35 year old women.
Aparna and her family have tried matrimonial sites as well as informal word-of-mouth match-making. So his family, who is in the process of “looking out” for him, felt that a woman over 40 was simply “too old” for their eligible bachelor.In fact, Tinder, often derided as the “hookup” app (you swipe right to show interest in a profile), announced recently that women are its most active users in terms of sending “super likes”. What if you're actually looking for a special someone?Forty-two-year-old Supriya Sharma (*name changed), a senior development sector professional, is honest with me.In fact, Saina and her friend Priya Shetty (*), a senior Human Relations executive, recently did a survey of their girl gang.They discovered that, including themselves, there were 16 single women in the group. Priya says that she really would like to meet someone but doesn't believe in apps, singles networks or matrimonial sites.