Bbc world service online dating
As Valentine’s Day approaches, a new BBC World Service global poll shows that almost one in three (30%) web users regard the Internet as a good place to find a boyfriend or girlfriend.The poll, conducted by Globe Scan among 10,976 Internet users across 19 countries, reveals that India and Pakistan are among the countries with the greatest numbers of enthusiasts for Internet introductions.Fifty-nine per cent of Indians and 60 per cent of Pakistanis who use the Internet regard it as a good place to find a partner.
After the show there were some really fabulous comments on facebook. To listen to the interview click the play button in the box below, or (if you’re reading this in an email) click here to play clip on You Tube.The four steel towers of the former BBC World Service relay station, one as high as 75 metres and the others 65 metres tall, constitute an imposing and familiar feature of Grand Anse.(John Lablache, Seychelles News Agency)Photo license (Seychelles News Agency) - Tuesday November 18 marked the closure of an iconic chapter of Seychelles’ history, signalling the end of an era when information was much more difficult to come by.With much of Africa joining the internet and mobile phone revolution, the times of trying to glean information about happenings in the rest of the world on a crackly AM radio station have now passed by.Over 25 years after its establishment, the site of the BBC’s former Indian Ocean Relay Station (IORS), located at Grand Anse, on the western side of the largest inhabited island in the archipelago, was handed back to the government of Seychelles by the country’s British High Commissioner, Lindsay Skoll.