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There, volunteers in a makeshift shelter known as Apna Ghar comforted the woman in her native Indian language, Punjabi. They welcomed the woman, who had been physically abused for years by her husband and mother-in-law, to cook her favorite foods in a kitchen stocked with rice, lentils, roti and other Indian staples. And they gave her a room to stay in as she began the long process of leaving her marriage, returning to school and starting a new life. "No culture outrightly says it's OK to abuse women, but at the same time, we know it goes on," said Nand, former interim executive director for


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