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Three women - a Bengali, a Maharashtrian and a Gujarati - boarded the Gujarat Mail in Mumbai and reached Ahmedabad on Saturday morning.
They were on a common mission: to find live-in partners and put an end to their lonely existence.
Reba Mukherjee, 61; Aruna Warrier, 63; and Bharti Hurbada, 51, registered for a public meeting in the city on November 20 which aims to help people over 50 find live-in partners. Are they still young in heart ?

Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 06 Nov '11 09:41 am
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This is interesting initiative. Yes I certainly feel this is good, since by this age people are free from their existing family and occupational responsiblity and in case they are without partner, they get a companionship towards their rest of life which is beyond accountabity and responsibilty. It will be more than a friendship. Indeed a good approach.
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 06 Nov '11 09:53 am

 
  
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All of them want a caretaker.
Answered by Dare Devil, 06 Nov '11 12:43 pm

 
  
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Wow :)
Answered by simon waaras, 06 Nov '11 01:51 pm

 
  
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Yes, in their thought they are still younger...!
Answered by Dil Se, 06 Nov '11 11:38 am

 
  
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Its logic not young or old its their way of thinking, people who are lonely want anything to remove their loneliness, its human nature. In foreign countries people marry many times, its human nature to be happy and to be with someone , in india we live according to traditions , if we all have our freedom then most people would go for unconventional ways
Answered by kamini joshi, 06 Nov '11 10:22 am

 
  
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The three may be financially independent persons, deserted by their siblings due to disintegration of joint family system and unwilling to take refuge at old age homes. Ye Dil Maange more ... may also be their life mantra.
Source: Life is like that...
Answered by Dharmarajan, 06 Nov '11 09:52 am

 
  
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All three womens are on a mission which will definitely for some good happening, rather than other peoples who work only for their personal interest, as they are ready to give support to other three same age groups mens at their oldest stage of life.
Answered by MANGESH, 06 Nov '11 09:47 am

 
  
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May be - but they have the zest for life.
Answered by S. Ramesh, 06 Nov '11 09:43 am

 
  
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Yes,they are and their mission seems fine
Answered by anil garg, 19 Nov '11 11:02 pm

 
  
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Apparently YES. Young minds do have big hopes!!
Answered by mandook, 08 Nov '11 09:02 am

 
  
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