Jammu: Prime Minister Dr.Manmohan Singh today said that India wants to resolve all outstanding issues including the issue of Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan. He aid despite all the problems both the sides decided to resume the dialogue process. Addressing the third convocation ceremony of Sher-e-Kashmir Agriculture University of Sciences and Technology at Jammu today Dr.Singh said that the activities of extremist groups in Pakistan is a matter of concern for India and once again urged Pakistan to bring the culprits of Mumbai carnage to book. Dr.Singh urged Pakistan to take strong and resolute action against these extremist groups. He added that this will be in the interest of Pakistan, the Indian sub-continent and the world at large. Talking about Jammu and Kashmir, Dr.Singh said that he is willing to discuss all issues that have a bearing on the peace, dignity and well being of the Jammu and Kashmir state. Talking about Rangarajan Committee, which submitted its job plan for the Jammu and Kashmir state, Dr.Singh said that the plan envisaged reaching out to nearly 1.5 lakh youths in a period of 3 to five years. He added that this would be done through a two pronged strategy. The Prime Minister said government of India proposes to begin implementing some of the recommendations immediately.Â Prime Minister Dr.Manmohan Singh today said that centre will not spare any efforts to develop the agriculture sector in Jammu and kashmir which is not in good shape. Referring to the low productivity and agronomical challenges, he said, areas specific strategies will be devised to enhance the farm output. Referring to the unique products like R S Pura basmati rice and Kishtwari saffron, Dr.Singh said credit access to the farmers must be speeded up as over 70 per cent of the people in the state depends on agriculture. He said the centre has already allocated 370 crore rupees for revival of saffron besides allocating 68 crore rupees to develop infrastructure facilities. He also announced a grant of 32 crore rupees for Sher-e-Kashmir Agriculture University.