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PM of India seeks Japan’s help in sickel cell anaemia

Kyoto: The Prime Minister visited CiRA - Center for iPS Cell Research and Application, at Kyoto University. He interacted with the Center`s Director, Mr. Shinya Yamanaka. The Prime Minister expressed concern over the prevalence of sickle cell anaemia, especially among tribal communities across India. The Prime Minister urged Mr. Yamanaka to work towards a cure for this. Mr. Yamanaka said that there are currently no Indian researchers at his institute, and he would like Indian scientists to conduct research at the institute.
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi visiting the CiRA - Center for iPS Cell Research and Application at Kyoto University and meeting the Center's Director, Mr. Shinya Yamanaka, in Kyoto, Japan
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi visiting the CiRA - Center for iPS Cell Research and Application at Kyoto University and meeting the Center's Director, Mr. Shinya Yamanaka, in Kyoto, Japan
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today visited the ancient Toji Temple in Kyoto. He was accompanied on the visit to this Buddhist shrine, by the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe. The Prime Minister also visited the Golden Pavilion - the Kinkaku-ji Temple - at Kyoto, where he also interacted with a number of visitors who greeted him enthusiastically.

About Sanjay Trivedi

Sanjay Trivedi is honorary editor of Asia Times. He is senior Indian Journalist having vast experience of 25 years. He worked in Janmabhoomi, Vyapar, Divya Bhaskar etc. newspapers and TV9 Channel as well as www.news4education.com. He is serving as Media Officer in Gujarat Technological University, the university which controlling 440 colleges of Engineering, Management, Pharmacy & Architecture colleges in Gujarat.

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