Month: January 2013

Success Story: John D’Costa and Praisy Macwan

Success Story: John D’Costa and Praisy Macwan

Our story began in March, 2012 and we continued to be in touch through phone calls and text messages. On 14 April, I received a message from Praisy saying, “Hi! How are you?” and I was happy to see her message.

Shocking Working Conditions Revealed at Shaadi.com

Shocking Working Conditions Revealed at Shaadi.com

Shaadi.com is back with a bang and this time with its Shaadi Anthem. Check out this video that was shot for Shaadi.com’s 16th Anniversary Bash. It reveals the 16 year old mystery and the shocking working conditions at Shaadi.com.

5 Things that Makes Shaadi.com a Cool Workplace

5 Things that Makes Shaadi.com a Cool Workplace

A positive atmosphere, fun, recognition and reward for your hard work, better growth opportunities, etc are some reasons that makes Shaadi.com the best place to work at. Shaadi.com’s mission is to help people find happiness, not just when it comes to finding a life partner but also when it comes to work.

Add More Details to Your Shaadi Profile Now

Add More Details to Your Shaadi Profile Now

Your Shaadi.com profile can get more interesting with some details about you. You can now move a step ahead in adding career related information to your profile. Add the colleges attended and Employer name to your profile and get better matrimonial responses.

10 Ways to Make a Good First Impression

10 Ways to Make a Good First Impression

On meeting your prospective partner for the first time, you are bound to feel nervous and apprehensive. But, the good news is that you can actually appear more confident and smart with these simple tips…

Men Lie Twice as Often as Women, Claims Study

Men Lie Twice as Often as Women, Claims Study

Researchers have found that men tell six fibs a day on an average to their partner, boss and colleagues, but women come out with just three. The study of 2,000 Britons also revealed that the most common lie told by both sexes was: ‘ Nothing’s wrong, I’m fine.’