Older handsets don’t hold charge, however, so you need to eliminate other possibilities before looking for nefarious purposes.Equally, you need to take note what other reasons your handset might be hot: have you been sunbathing with it nearby?
There are no "dating sites" in India - at least not if you talk to people like Sumesh Menon, the founder of Woo, or Nitin Gupta, who heads Vee, or Rahul Kumar, who is behind Truly Madly.All of these sites position themselves as modern matchmaking services that make it easier for people to kickstart the process of courtship.At the end of the day though, the original "hookup app" - Tinder - is also available to people here on their smartphones.But while Gupta and others will tell you that Indian culture is simply not geared towards casual dating, Menon feels it is really a global phenomenon.Now, I'm starting to feel a little sympathy for what they went through.""I work very long hours and I'm too tired to invest much energy into this thing," she explains. So, the same problem that's there offline, happens online.
You see plenty of interest from people at first, but then it dies out."The heads of different Indian dating platforms - sorry, modern matchmaking - all agree that the end-goal of their app is to end in marriages."We have an algorithm that is based on an exhaustive research conducted by a team of psychologists who have derived a set of personality attributes responsible for a long term, successful relationship," explains Truly Madly's Kumar.Behaviors That Indicated Your Spouse Is Cheating You have a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach, something is not right but you can't quite figure out what that feeling is about.Your spouse has become distant, he/she is working late on a regular basis or, maybe your spouse has moved out of the house with no explanation.Kate Beavis can spend no longer than ten minutes helping her son Herbie with his homework before her eyes start flicking longingly towards the sideboard. I don’t think I’ve ever really watched one of their swimming lessons.‘Kitty will come out and say: “Mummy, did you see how I swam that length? Like many of today’s busy working mothers, Kate, 44, from Cranfield in Bedfordshire, is a smartphone addict who admits to excessively using her phone in front of her children.‘I’m on my phone almost the whole time when I’m with them,’ says Kate, who runs the National Vintage Wedding Fair and also has a six-year-old daughter, Kitty.‘First thing in the morning, Kitty will climb into our bed for a cuddle, but I’ll be too busy reaching for my phone to see what I might have missed overnight.‘Even when they’re doing their homework, I get distracted by my phone and can’t stop checking it.Liz King, headmistress of St Joseph’s, said: ‘We are always looking at ways to engage parents and we’ve got the signs at each entrance.