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Thirty-five scientific papers were presented during various sessions of the two-day conference.
After quitting IAS, Shah Faesal says next course of action will depend on what people of Kashmir want
In the Facebook post, Faesal said he has received abuse over his decision to quit the government service to protest unabated killings in Kashmir and lack of sincere reach out from central government.
Faesal, who joined the service in 2010, announced his resignation in his Facebook post on Wednesday saying he will share his future plans on Friday.
In a series of tweets, the former home and finance minister claimed whatever Shah Faesal, the first Kashmiri IAS topper, had said was an indictment of the Narendra Modi government.
Faesal, 35, who comes from the Lolab valley in Kupwara, is believed to be keen on contesting from the Baramulla constituency in the Lok Sabha polls.
Nearly 150 delegates from 28 countries will participate in the conference.
Akhtar said at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it clear that the country will have to wait for the judicial process to end for construction of Ram temple at Ayodhya.
The NC general secretary said there is no denying the fact as to how Mehbooba Mufti shamelessly surrendered before BJP to 'satiate her appetite for tyranny'.
National Conference president Farooq Abdullah, on December 20, had assured regional autonomy to Kashmir, Ladakh and Jammu if his party comes to power
The three-day aquaculture national conference and exhibition got off to a good start in Tirupati on Friday.
The NC President said regional autonomy for the state was the core agenda of his party and there would be no compromise on it.
Bukhari and Hussain joined the National Conference at a simple function at party president Farooq Abdullah's residence, where vice-president Omar Abdullah was also present.
Sources said two senior PDP leaders Peer Mohammad Hussain and Syed Basharat Bukhari were not happy with the functioning of party leadership and conveyed their disappointment.
The former Jammu and Kashmir CM said the results made it clear that there is anger and a feeling of alienation among the people and the Centre has been unwilling to accept this reality.
Last week, Khan said his government, the army and all political parties in Pakistan are on the same page on improving ties with India.