Shillong, INDIA:  In this picture taken 25 May 2006 in Shillong, in India's northeastern state of Meghalaya, an Indian Khasi tribal woman sells fruits and vegetables at the marketplace.  Under the Khasi tribe's matrilineal custom, women run the markets, inherit the property while their children carry the clan name of their mothers. But modern Khasi women want the system to change as they say it puts too much responsibility on their shoulders.                    AFP PHOTO/Bryan PEARSON  (Photo credit should read BRYAN PEARSON/AFP via Getty Images)