The Indian government may soon start acting like a pesky grandmother.The country plans to set up regulations to ensure that matrimonial websites are not used by those who don’t intend to get married.The Indian government is planning to introduce a set of guidelines to ensure that the country's matrimonial websites aren't "misused" for anything other than the intent of marriage, and especially not used as dating platforms.The government has approved an advisory which will ask matrimonial websites to authenticate its users through legally verifiable identity and address proofs, and keep their IP address records.Valerian D’Souza is a NRI with experience for 25 years in UAE and has been active in various Social forums.After receiving repeated feedback from various social circles on the dearth of organized Catholic matrimonial service at a global level, they motivated a team of budding Engineers to design Catholic Catholic Matri is an initiative started by Celine D’Souza and Valerian D’Souza to bridge the gap which exists currently in the Catholic Matrimonial domain.Celine D’Souza is a Professional with experience of 20 years in India and has a formidable Social network.
“For me, everything depends on the person, not the religion.” In the offices of Truly Madly, nearly half of the 40 employees are women; most are under 30 and have moved to Delhi from small towns in search of their fortunes.
Many, including Arshad, have dated men of their own choosing.
A couple sits on the seafront on the eve of Valentine's Day in Mumbai, February 13, 2009.
Traditionally, Word of mouth, those match-making Aunties / Uncles and Church Registers have been avenues for Catholic Matrimonials.
Enquiries of potential Brides and Grooms at Weddings and Church services have also been used with varying degrees of success.