40 percent single Indians looking for love: survey

February 2012
South Asian Post;2/23/2012, p19
The article presents the findings of a global survey by market research company Ipsos which showed that 40% of single men and women in India who think that finding someone to fall in love with will bring them the greatest happiness.


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