Exactly 36-years ago, 55-year-old Saleem Nooruddin, who is in the chemical manufacturing business in Karachi, had flown to Mumbai in search of an Indian bride. He was then a strapping young man of 23.
“I came to India because I wanted a girl from a completely different background. The visa used to be granted in a day. I with my elder brother went to Mumbai and there I saw Mumtaz wearing a girl scout uniform, helping a pregnant woman walking down the stairs in our common community centre called Jamatkhana. Within 7 days I was engaged to her on 31st December 1979,” Saleem says in an email in response to questions.
Today, they live Karachi with two grown children settled in Dubai.
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