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Times News Service – Times of Oman – Wednesday, 12 June 2013 (originally published 09 Jun)
Muscat: Former Indian top cop, Kiran Bedi, would be coming to Oman for the first Oman Extraordinary Women Conference 2013. The two-day conference would begin from June 24 in Muscat.
Kiran Bedi would take her place among other local and global influential women to share her views and experiences on matters related to women empowerment.
Bedi’s keynote presentation on the first day will focus on the past, present and future role of women. She will examine current difficulties being faced by women; the need for women to break traditional mindsets by stepping out of their comfort zones and the steps they need to take towards progress . . .