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“I work,” I said, tugging a bit at my dupatta, which she was sitting on.
“Married?” she asked, still breathless from the dash she made for the seat after boarding the train.
“Really? You know them?”
“Girls should marry by the time they are 25-26,” she said. “Otherwise later they will only get widowers and divorcees.”