More than 80% of April-May weddings in NCR postponed
The Times of India Delhi|April 16, 2021
Fewer COVID cases being reported along with relaxation in restrictions towards the end of last year and early this year meant the return of big weddings – with more than 200 guests – in NCR and other parts of the country.
Niharika Lal and Riya Sharma

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