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President Abdul Kalam interacts with medical fraternity

Asks doctors to serve Rural India

Hyderabad, February 1, 2007

Indian President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, on his visit to Andhra Pradesh, took part in programs of the Kurnool Medical College and the Kakarla Subba Rao Radiological and Imaging Education Sciences Trust (KREST). Speaking at the program at the Kurnool Medical College, he asked the Medical community, particularly medical students to serve the rural India.

Dr. Kalam inaugurated a Tele-radiotherapy unit of the KREST. He also delivered 77th Convocation Address of the Osmania University in Hyderabad. The President's address highlighted the need for having an energy independence for the country by 2030.

Andhra Pradesh on February 1, 2007

President Abdul Kalam interacts with medical fraternity
Asks doctors to serve Rural India

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