A 28 year old scholar from the University of Delhi who tried to find a match on matrimonial websites like Shaadi.com, finally turned to another app, Truly Madly, which is no longer about dating, and ended up meeting four suitable people within a month.“The app asks a lot of questions but it does filter out a lot of people and presents a lot of good matches,” she said, seemingly happy with the people she had been able to shortlist for a potential union. “Some men I met weren’t even sure they want a relationship, but they were tired of Tinder so came up here looking for something slightly more stable,” she added.
Their Department of Research aims to facilitate high quality, patient centric research and promotes laboratory based investigations across various disciplines, also assisting clinicians in pursuing projects.
A report also talks about how some hospitals in the US inducted their employees into therapeutic activities like knitting, meditation etc., as part of their efforts to help them cope with stress.
Some hospitals also have designated areas with amenities for staff members to relax and recoup.
It continuously organises events ranging from dance evenings, wine tasting to good old barbecue eat-ups which, it claims, often end up in getting people together.
The service, however, is paid and ranges from Rs 1,250-2,500 per month.