Women lead rural India's internet rush (07 Jul 2004)
She also said that she wanted to use her job to help people in the village get educational certificates and empower them to have a better life.
She runs after-school clubs for local girls helping them use the net, as well as overseeing video conference diagnoses, with a hospital councillor who does free surgeries for the poor at the other end.
Ravia Mar, 67, who had diabetes and was unsure whether she could undergo a cataract operation, said she was very grateful to have the kiosk on her doorstep.
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