Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh said India is all set to lead diabetes research in the world
Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Science & Technology; Minister of State (Independent Charge) Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh today said that In times to come, India is all set to lead the Diabetes research in the world.
Union Minister also a diabetologist by profession, Jitendra Singh, delivered an inaugural address at the 3-day World Diabetes Meet organised by the coveted professional organisation “Diabetes India” here today.
In the inaugural address, he said that India has a huge resource pool of patients with different manifestations of diseases at different stages and at the same time there is no dearth of calibre, capacity and acumen on the part of our researchers. It is therefore the right time to generate as much Indian data as possible because the goal should be to develop Indian treatment regimens for Indian patients, and Indian solutions for Indian problems. He said this is also important because the Indian phenotype is different from the Westerners and the genetic preponderance is also quite different. As a result, the pathogenesis and progress of Type 2 diabetes mellitus and other related metabolic disorders are not the same as in the Western populations, he added.
PM condemns violent incident at public event at Wakayama in Japan
The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has condemned a violent incident at a public event at Wakayama in Japan where Prime Minister of Japan Mr Fumio Kishida was present.
In a tweet, the Prime Minister said;
“Learnt of a violent incident at a public event at Wakayama in Japan where my friend PM @Kishida230 was present. Relieved that he is safe. Praying for his continued well-being and good health. India condemns all acts of violence.
According to Japanese media, A pipe-like object was thrown near Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida during an outdoor speech in the city of Wakayama on April 15.
PM Kishida was quickly evacuated from place and he escaped unhurt.