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The success of social dating apps may be somewhat surprising in India, a deeply conservative country where arranged marriage is still the norm and marrying outside of one's religious or ethnic community is often frowned upon.But youths raised during an era of economic growth and modernization are eagerly embracing Western ideas, and increasingly willing to risk scandal to do so."Even a small incident will reflect badly on our app." Developers said they were being particularly cautious after another app-based company, taxi service Uber, became embroiled in controversy in December and lost its license to operate in the Indian capital after one of its Delhi drivers was accused of raping a 26-year-old passenger.
(AP Photo/Tsering Topgyal) "They wouldn't be cool with it," the 20-year-old journalism student said, flipping her long black hair out of her face."I'd probably be lectured a zillion times about how irresponsible I am." Mendiratta is one of hundreds of thousands of young Indians nervously exploring online dating apps—and breaking with India's centuries-old traditions governing marriage and social conduct.The dating app market has exploded in recent years, with more than a dozen companies operating in India and more than a million smartphone users who have downloaded at least one of them.India has been roiled in recent years by a series of high-profile cases of gang rape and violence against women, leading to front-page headlines and stricter laws on women's safety.In this June 22, 2015 photo, Indian student Aditi Mendiratta checks her mobile phone at her friend's place in New Delhi, India.
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"In the current landscape, women want to make the first move" but don't because they're afraid of what society will think, she said, explaining why Bumble allows only women to send a first message.