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    "PRESERVE our tradition and culture," reads the sign at the front of the community hall in the north-eastern Indian state of Meghalaya. It is written in the raspy, clacking language of the local Khasi people, which is more closely related to Khmer, Cambodia's main language, than it is to the most widely spoken languages in India.

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