The media continued to be at the receiving end of pressure, intimidation and harassment by authorities, it says.
The deceased's grandson was later pictured sitting on his chest.
FO demands cancellation of certificates which locals believe are part of the move to disturb IOK's demographic profile.
"A continuing silence in the face of such blatant abuse is against international human rights," says Imran Khan.
The forum was briefed on the national and regional security situation.
The fatalities pushed the death toll during the current escalation to 14 in four days.
According to locals, soldiers also blew up at least one home.
"Pakistan will continue to call for holding India accountable for its crimes against the Kashmiri people," says FO.
Hundreds gather on the streets, shouting ‘Go India, go back’.
"We are ready, we will respond and we will respond with full might."
13 Kashmiris lost their lives in two separate incidents in Nowshera sector of Rajouri district and Mendhar in Poonch district on Monday.
“Pakistan has demonstrated its commitment to peace and stability by putting forward the proposal for a Strategic Restraint Regime."
Prize-winning images tell the story of human tragedy unleashed by the Indian state.
Anyone who has lived in IoK for 15 years, studied there for 7 years should apply for domicile, says India.
Five homes were reduced to rubble during the battle and 10 others were severely damaged.
In recent days, the prime minister has repeatedly warned of the possibility of such actions from India.
India’s Central Reserve Police Force says a soldier shot the victim when the car didn’t stop despite warning shots.
Opposition walks out of meeting citing lack of consensus.
Residents accuse Indian troops of swooping in on Riyaz Naikoo's village, vandalising tent set up to mourn his death.
Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui rubbishes India's claims of "infiltration" by Pakistan.
The Modi regime looks to be pushing its final solution.
Riyaz Naikoo "was trapped in a house" and killed during a gun battle along with his associate: police.
The photographers captured images of protests, police and paramilitary action and daily life.
A gunfight began when troops entered a house to ‘evacuate civilians’.
Pakistan condemns India's campaign of 'harassment and intimidation' of media in occupied Kashmir: FO
In a statement, the Foreign Office urges India to withdraw "frivolous cases" against Kashmiri journalists.
Meeting at GHQ discusses ceasefire violations by Indian troops along LoC.
Concern voiced over persecution of journalists in held Kashmir on concocted charges.
Says inconvenience being felt in lockdown because of Covid-19 should make world realise suffering of Kashmiris.
"They want to silence me for highlighting repressed voices in the valley," says freelance photojournalist Masrat Zehra.
AJK president reminds world that IoK has been under lockdown since August 5 last year.