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Kamala Gautam – UPI.com – Tuesday, 15 January 2013 (originally published 08 Jan)
KATHMANDU, Nepal (GPI)–Pratima Pokharel, 65, a resident of a rural district in Nepal’s Eastern region, coughs hard.
Pokharel gave birth to three children. As she raised them, she also managed to attain a Bachelor of Arts from Padma Kanya Multiple Campus, the women’s college under Tribhuvan University . . .