Visakhapatnam: AP Mahila Commission Chairperson Nannapaneni Rajakumari urged women on Tuesday to shun their fear, laxity, indecisiveness and depression to come up in life. Talking to newsmen after visiting the government boys institution for differently-abled boys at Peda Waltair here, she exhorted women not to go into depression and instead try to find a solution to their problems. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us Stating that she came to city to console the family members of the woman who ended her life after poisoning her two physically challenged children, Rajakumari said the woman took the extreme step out of frustration. She expressed her concern over the deceased woman’s serious efforts to help her differently-abled children overcome their challenges in vain. Also Read – Saaho movie tickets pricey in Nellore Advertise With Us Among the disabled, talent should be tapped and making them on a par with normal children will help improve their standard of life and the Commission was conducting seminars on such issues, she said. “I am visiting a jail in each district and interacting with woman prisoners to know their background and challenges faced by them,” she said. The Mahila Commission Chairperson called for a check on social media which according to her misleading women. Earlier, she spent some time with the children of the school. She blamed the television serials for highlighting vices and misleading the youth, particularly women.
(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Sponsored Stories Israel and Turkeys have been working on repairing ties that were frayed after the May 31, 2020 raid _ which killed eight Turks and one Turkish-American _ when Israeli commandos stormed a ship that was bound for the Gaza Strip. Israel maintains a blockade on the territory.Under a U.S.-brokered rapprochement in March, Israel apologized to Turkey for the deaths and agreed to pay compensation. Washington regards both countries as strategic partners in the troubled Middle East.The countries have since held a series of meetings to work out compensation for the surviving victims as well as the relatives of the dead.Arinc denied media reports that the two countries could not agree on the amount of compensation, saying: “The amount of money is not the problem.”“Israel should accept that it’s paying this money as a result of its wrongful act,” Hurriyet Daily News quoted Arinc as saying. “Nothing less than this will be accepted.”Turkey is also demanding that Israel end all commercial restrictions on Palestinians before restoring ties.“We are waiting for them to realize our … condition of cooperating with Turkey in making life conditions easier for Palestinians,” Arinc said, according to the Hurriyet Daily News. ANKARA, Turkey (AP) – Talks between Israel and Turkey on compensation for the victims of a deadly 2010 Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla have stalled over disagreement on the legal definition of the damages, Turkey’s deputy prime minister said in comments published Thursday.Bulent Arinc told a group of journalists that Israel wanted to make a voluntary payment out of compassion, while Turkey insists that Israel accept liability for a “wrongful act.” His words were reported by Zaman and Hurriyet Daily News newspapers. Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Top Stories Comments Share