"India cannot divert attention from the worsening human rights violations in occupied Kashmir."
This marks the year's first casualty caused by unprovoked Indian shelling from across the Line of Control.
AJK President Sardar Masood Khan says these reveal the highly aggressive designs of the Modi govt against Pakistan.
Shelling also wreaked havoc on civilian properties and damaged public sector facilities, says official.
FM says LoC violations by Indian forces are an effort to divert attention from agitation against the citizenship law.
Imran Khan says he has informed COAS Gen Bajwa of the Indian threat and he has told him that the armed forces are ready.
In response, Pakistan Army troops damage Indian post and kill three Indian soldiers.
Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa says Pakistan's "quest for peace must never be misconstrued as weakness".
Soldier martyred, 4 others injured in IED attack on troops carrying out fencing work near Pak-Afghan border, says ISPR.
Residents say at least eight houses were partially damaged in Manda Kuli and neighbouring Channiyan village.
20-year-old Muhammad Ali was ploughing a field in Nali village when a single bullet struck him in the neck.
Officer says a shell fell onto a house in Gujjar Morr village, critically injuring a woman and her son, 15.
Many Indian troops were injured and their bunkers destroyed by Pakistani forces since February tensions, says DG ISPR.
The Chief of the Defence Staff post was announced by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his independence day speech.
"Indian troops used both small and heavy arms and the shelling was intense,” says the deputy commissioner of Neelum.
Foreign diplomats taken to Neelum Valley to debunk Indian army claim of destroying 'terror launch pads'
No official from Indian High Commission joined the foreign diplomats' team, says Dr Faisal.
It seems that the Indians are attempting to promote a psychological warfare campaign against Pakistan.
DG ISPR terms Indian army chief's statement claiming destruction of three alleged camps in AJK as "disappointing".
Pakistani soldier, 6 civilians martyred as Indian troops resort to indiscriminate shelling from across LoC
ISPR says 9 Indian soldiers killed, several injured and 2 Indian bunkers destroyed; Indian charge d'affaires summoned.
As Kashmiris bravely face a continued siege, Gen Bajwa says Pakistan Army will "play rightful role at whatever cost".
All the casualties occurred in different villages of Neza Pir sector of Haveli district.
Indian firing also leaves minor boy dead, 14 other civilians injured.
A police official says that the shelling was going on intermittently.
FO urges Indian side to permit UNMOGIP to play its mandated role as per UN Security Council resolutions.
According to officials, the latest casualties have pushed the death toll in AJK in the ongoing year to 41.
Three civilians were injured, one woman killed in yesterday's ceasefire violation by Indian forces from across LoC.
Salamat Bibi, 60, pronounced dead on arrival; Zeeshan Ayub, 13, succumbs to injuries during travel on broken road.
At the Central Press Club Muzaffarabad, delegation further gathers information from local journalists on the situation.
Martyrdom follows the death on Thursday of another soldier in the same sector of Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
Sepoy Ghulam Rasool was martyred after Indian troops resorted to "unprovoked" firing in Hajipir sector, says ISPR.