Pakistan's Foreign Office summoned Afghan charge d’ affaires and lodged a strong protest over the cross-border attack.
An ISPR spokesman also claimed that a total of 570 terrorists have been killed since the start of Zarb-i-Azb operation.
Earlier reports suggested the govt was reconsidering its decision to call upon the army to aid law-enforcement agencies.
Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar had announced Army's services for maintaining law and order in Islamabad for 3 months.
Starting August 1, army will be managing law and order in the federal capital, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar said.
"We do not accept such allegations and reject them," says Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry.
New account of NWA operation suggests scores of civilians have been killed in military air strikes.
This new funding brings the total US contribution benefiting IDPs from North Waziristan to $17.3 million.
US envoy James Dobbins reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment to a peaceful, stable and united Afghanistan.
The premier's special assistant on foreign affairs will meet with officials from the State Department and others.
Pakistan strongly condemned terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, including the one in Paktika province.
PM Nawaz gave full support to the ongoing military operation in North Waziristan and wished for its success.
Pakistani military sources confirmed that Indian BSF opened unprovoked fire on Pakistani rangers posts near Sialkot.
ISPR said airstrikes killed 35 suspected militants on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, five soldiers and 11 suspected terrorists were killed in a clash near Mirali of North Waziristan Agency.
Official sources said that a number of terrorist sanctuaries were destroyed in the raids.
Maj-Gen Bilal Akbar will replace DG Rangers Sindh Maj-Gen Rizwan Akhtar in August, says ISPR
He issued the directives during a meeting with officials from the district and police administration of the twin cities.
All public utility companies were directed to change the due date for bill payments to the seventh day of each month.
Sources told Dawn that the meeting discussed progress of the ongoing military operation in North Waziristan.