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Four LeT terrorists along with associate arrested: Police

Remain vigilant against those pitting one community against another: Omar Abdullah

Asking workers to live up to the changed times by increasing their reach out to people from different areas, Omar said that the party's success has unnerved the powers that be. "The success we have had in the DDC elections to a certain extent proved very detrimental to us. The results of the elections had established NC as a formidable force across Jammu and Kashmir, likewise in Kalakote. Keeping in view our enormous goodwill among the public, they hid behind the fig leaf of delimitation commission and restored to gerrymandering of assembly segments to help them electorally. Constituencies were redrawn after a well throughout process, it was not by mistake or by any chance. Election results of DDC were kept in mind and the final award of the commission was crafted to benefit them. Now we have to live up to the new reality and increase our outreach to regions and areas, where the good work done by our MLAs is unknown. We have to join people from those areas into our fold and inform them

Altaf Bukhari visits fire victims, urges admin to provide compensation to sufferers

AP president urged the LG administration to announce compensation to the fire victims so that they could rebuild their houses.

Industry to aim zero carbon effect, promote innovative StartUps: Dr Jitendra

Referring to Prime Minister NarendraModi’s pitch for new innovations and next-generation technologies, Dr Jitendra Singh said, the sustainability of the leather sector is likely to emerge as the new challenge for CSIR-CLRI in its journey from the platinum to the centenary. He said, the new vision for leather research and industry during the next 25 years may need to be on sustainability, net-zero carbon footprint, gaining total recyclability of leather-based materials, bio-economy of animal skin-derived products, and ensuring income parity for workers, besides brand building.

Priority given to blacktopping of roads leading to major hospitals: R&B Chief Engineer

The macadamisation of Srinagar's roads has always been a concern both for the authorities and the people as well. R&B Chief Engineer, Rafiq Ahmad Rafiq, spoke to Rising Kashmir's city correspondent, Aatif Qayoom, about transparency and accountability within the department. Here is what he says.

We achieved 100% placement for 1st batch of B.Sc. Nursing students: VC BGSBU

Professor Akbar Masood has a vast experience in the field of Science. He has served in various reputed institutions across the nation in various capacities. In December 1999, he established a Bioinformatics Centre at the University of Kashmir, with the financial support from Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India which became functional in August 2000.