"Pak Army effectively responded [to the firing] by targeting Indian posts," says ISPR.
Munazza Bibi was shot by a sniper when she turned on a torch to look for something in her veranda, says SSP.
Eighteen-year-old Haroon lost his life when Indian troops resorted to shelling in Leepa Valley in the afternoon.
Indian post which opened the fire was targeted in response by Pakistan Army troops, says ISPR.
In 2018, there have been more than 1,400 ceasefire violations, resulting in the death of 30 civilians.
Latest casualties come days after Pakistan, India agree to implement ceasefire agreement.
Mudassar Iqbal was targeted by an Indian sniper from across the LoC.
Residents of villages hit in latest spate of attacks spend sleepless night, choosing to hide out in fields.
A single shot hit the 55-year-old in the head, says a police official.
A 55-year-old man trimming a tree in his garden was hit by an Indian sniper, police say.
15-years-old Aamna Miskeen was injured in her home, says official.
Dr Faisal says Indian government sounds like a "broken record".
8 persons injured in Kotli district, 10 in Poonch district and 1 in Bhimber district of AJK, say officials.
Foreign Office summons Indian Deputy High Commissioner to condemn unprovoked ceasefire violations by the Indian forces.
Indian police claim five killed, two injured in shelling from Pakistan.
March would begin from Tattapani at 10am and conclude in the Madarpur area of district Poonch at 6pm.
Foreign minister notes India violating ceasefire agreement repeatedly along LoC and Working Boundary.
Today UN officials have seen for themselves how brazenly Indian troops target civilians without provocation: activist.
"Motive of Indian firing is to force local population into fleeing homes along the LoC," says AJK's acting president.
Ceasefire violations at LoC continue, two more injured in AJK.
Casualties occurred in the Nakyal sector of Kotli district, said Waleed Anwar, assistant commissioner of Nakyal.
Indian forces targeting civilian population in heavy cross-border mortar shelling, says Nakyal AC.
It was not clear what triggered the latest fighting on Saturday in the Uri sector along the Line of Control.
Pakistani troops retaliated by targeting the Indian post that had initiated the firing, says army's media wing.
The visit took place in Poonch district, where Indian shelling has caused several civilian casualties in recent weeks.
The slain worker was identified as Inzamam Hussain, who was working at a civilian crush plant at Poonch River bank.
Muhammad Inayat, who was believed to have triggered the landmine, died.
Pakistan Army troops neutralised the Indian army post which had opened the fire that killed the minor boy.
The development comes hours after Indian troops hit a school van in an AJK village, killing its driver on the spot.
Four men were injured in LoC violations in Battal; two people injured in Kotli.