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She was equally involved in the story that would allow Sahil to professionally handle a sniper gun, and even found a way to place herself in there somewhere.As the two created this imaginary world, the timer buzzed — 5 minutes were up.After all, with demanding work schedules and rising cynism with meeting people online, a real environment where you meet 10-odd people with similar taste and mind-space, doesn’t sound unappealing.ALSO READ | Valentine’s Day Week 2017: Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Promise Day, Teddy Day, Hug Day “Traditionally, India hasn’t been a very open society when it comes to matters of love.“We are positioning ourselves between casual dating space and marriage,” says Lovestruck’s Rahul Maheshwari, country manager for Datetix, which is working towards setting up a formal speed dating culture in India.They began in January with Delhi, and intend to expand to other cities soon.He was one of 26 people (13 men and 13 women) who had been carefully selected for the maiden event of the dating company that hopes to provide this offline platform of meeting people across the country.
(Source: Thinkstock images)The clock ticked fast as 27-year-old Sahil* enthusiastically narrated his ‘job’ as a sniper shooter to the lady sitting across the table from him.
Sahil had participated in the first Lovestruck speed dating event held in the Capital in January after his friend forwarded him a Facebook invite.
Curious about the event and eager to meet people, he’d signed up.
The real-life teacher and IAS aspirant wrapped up his conversation; the two said their pleasantries, discretely marked their respective score cards, and Sahil moved on to the next table for yet another 5-minute adventure; so did the girl.
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Later, they were told they had matched, they were each handed the other’s coordinates, along with the possibility of a future, should they want to pursue it.