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So on a whim, she downloaded Dil Mil, a dating app designed for South Asians.

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Co-founders KJ Dhaliwal and Sukhmeet Toor said they created the app to make it easier for South Asians, like Randhawa, to find someone who matched their checklist.

It also shows users matches from all over the world, some as far afield as Britain, Canada and India. S., you are very limited,” 26-year-old Dhaliwal said, adding that in most places, “If you want to date a South Asian, you can't walk outside and find a bunch of other South Asians.” (l-r) Avneet Randhawa laughs while having a drink with her future husband, Navpreet Sharma, whom she met on an Indian dating app Dil Mil at the Press Club in San Francisco on Thursday January 26, 2017.(l-r) Avneet Randhawa laughs while having a drink with her future husband, Navpreet Sharma, whom she met on an Indian dating app Dil Mil at the Press Club in San Francisco on Thursday January 26, 2017.(l-r) The shoes of Navpreet Sharma and his fiancee Avneet Randhawa are seen as they have a drink at the Press Club in San Francisco on Thursday January 26, 2017.

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The two men are alleged to have engaged in ‘front running’ – buying sterling in advance of a large transaction on behalf of clients, knowing that this trade would cause the price of the pound to increase.

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