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We have to ensure women get social security benefits before Raksha Bandhan : Modi

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New Delhi: Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, on Sunday asked people to ensure that in the run-up to the Raksha Bandhan festival, women get benefits of social security schemes launched by the government.narendra-modi_505_051214102741
“In August, we have Raksha Bandhan, we can begin a mass movement to ensure that all women and sisters of our country get all security scheme benefits before Raksha Bandhan,” the prime minister said in his monthly ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio address.

“Whether it is a woman working as a maid in our house, or in our fields, or whether they are our own sisters, we can ensure that they avail the social security schemes,” he said.

Rakshan Bandhan is an Indian festival which celebrates the brother-sister bond. As a symbol of that bond, a sister ties a coloured thread on her brother’s wrist, and he pledges to help and protect her in times of her need.(IANS)

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Violent Relationship ups Mental Disorder Risk in Women, Says New Study

However, a certain amount of unpredictability was actually healthier for women, noted researchers

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For the study, the researchers included 120 women participants, who were assessed concerning the abusive behaviour they faced and the violent environment around them. Pixabay

Women, please take note. If you are in a violent relationship you may be at an increased risk of suffering from mental disorders, suggests a new study.

The study, published in Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders journal, indicates that the unpredictable violence not only causes physical injuries to women but also leaves the victims at a higher risk of suffering from mental disorders.

“We expect severity and frequency to be the major driver to patient outcomes, but in some cases it isn’t,” said David Katerndahl, Professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center, US.

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“The nonlinearity, or unpredictability, of the violence is much more of a driver,” he added.

However, a certain amount of unpredictability was actually healthier for women, noted researchers.

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“Women who have what we call ‘optimal nonlinearity’, which means they have some nonlinearity but it’s not extreme, actually did better in the study in general,” said Katerndahl.

For the study, the researchers included 120 women participants, who were assessed concerning the abusive behaviour they faced and the violent environment around them. (IANS)