QUARTZ INDIA - Nov 28 - Only ~10% of Indian marriages are for love, the rest are arranged or semi-arranged by families. Generally, parents facilitate talks and perhaps even take decisions. This traditional system seems to work given that divorce rates in India are among the lowest in the world, albeit some argue it is problematic. But the concept of arranged marriage is changing. Last week, Dating.com Group acquired the San Francisco-based dating app for expats from India and other south Asian countries. Dil Mil has ~1M users in the US, the UK, and Canada. Already, Dil Mil has led to ~20M matches and averages one marriage per day. "Over 80% of south Asians marry other south Asians, but south Asian expats are geographically dispersed across the world, making it hard for them to meet each other," said KJ Dhaliwal, founder and CEO of Dil Mil. "Historically, most of them have met offline through their local social circles." Dil Mil allows Indian women to join but only non-resident Indian (NRI) men can join.