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"The way the numbers are going, within 50 years or a maximum 100 years, we just won't be there — I'm talking about Parsis in India," Ms Havewala says.
"Every year we get the statistics in which the births are, say, about 50, then the deaths would be 10-fold." According to Mr Malegram, who moved from Mumbai to Sydney in 2015, Parsi protectionism is to blame.
"[If] I'm sitting here in Sydney, probably there's not too many people [nearby] who would use the app, but there would be someone in North America or New Zealand or maybe in India or Iran," explains Mr Malegam, a digital start-up entrepreneur and keen user of the app.
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