British Muslim man’s search for wife casts spotlight on enduring appeal of arranged marriages in India and Pakistan

When Muhammad Malik, 29, a Muslim bachelor from a Pakistani Punjabi family in Britain, went in search of his future wife, he chose to put up huge billboard ads on the streets of Birmingham and London.“Save me from an arranged marriage,” read the ad, alongside a picture of a reclining, smiling Malik and a link to his website adverts gained him publicity but also caught the attention of hundreds of women who got in touch following the stunt to register their interest.Muslim…


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