WorldViews: A Nepali woman went to Kuwait with dreams but came home in a coffin

By Anup Kaphle, January 6, 2014

At first, Pramila Dangol’s body refused to burn. Her son inserted a heap of dry straw in the bed of wood and, soon, the fire grew so fierce that you could hardly hear her wailing relatives. Dangol was being cremated after her relatives finally received her body from Kuwait, where she had died while performing her duties as a domestic worker for a local family.

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