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She leads me into her living-room, its pale-green walls decorated with plastic ornaments of mangoes and peaches, and offers me a can of Coca-Cola. Usha's only child, Pooja, has lived here since she was two years old; now 24, she will soon leave the family home following her marriage to her fiancé, Kushu, and embark on a new life in Nottingham.
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