Urges India side to investigate the incident and respect the 2003 ceasefire arrangement.
"All necessary measures will be taken to protect the life and property of our citizens," says Pakistan Army.
Foreign Office summons Indian charge d’ affairs to register Pakistan’s protest, condemn incident, urges India to maintain peace along Line of Control.
"Neither side should misconstrue the ceasefire as their strength or the other's weakness," he says.
It is hoped that irritants to peace are eventually addressed in a frank and progressive manner by both sides.
“We encourage continued efforts to improve communication between the two sides and to reduce tensions and violence along the LoC."
Qureshi terms agreement a positive development; Delhi says India desires normal neighbourly relations with Pakistan.
Two terrorists "including an IED expert" killed in North Waziristan, "heavy losses" inflicted on India at LoC.
The Pakistan Army also shot down an Indian Army quadcopter in Hotspring sector, the ISPR says.
There appears to be no appetite for peace in New Delhi at the moment.
The Foreign Office says the world should stop India from undertaking any act that could jeopardise regional peace, security.
Professional matters pertaining to Pakistan Army, and external and internal security situation discussed during meeting.
FO says one civilian killed, 2 teenagers and a toddler sustained serious injuries after Indian firing from across LoC yesterday.
Woman killed, two other civilians injured in shelling from across LoC.
PM warns of befitting response to any misadventure.
The message to India must be clear: any aggression against Pakistan will not be tolerated, it will defend itself fully.
Pakistan summons Indian envoy over "deliberate targeting" of UN vehicle, registers its strong protest.
The UN vehicle was damaged but the officers remained unhurt, says Foreign Office spokesperson.
Official says “false flag operation” being planned by India to divert the world’s attention from several of its internal issues.
ISPR confirmed his martyrdom due to “unprovoked ceasefire violation by the Indian army in Baghsar sector”.
Corps Commanders express serious concern over "Indian state-sponsored terrorism and efforts to destabilise Pakistan".
Two victims, including a 7-year-old girl and 50-year-old woman, are in critical condition and are being shifted to CMH, Pindi.
Says India is targeting defenceless citizens to divert attention from the stiff resistance being offered by unarmed Kashmiris.
Envoy summoned to register protest over alleged heavy shelling by Pakistani forces on multiple sectors along LoC.
We stand committed to defend the motherland and our Kashmiri brethren even at the cost of our blood and lives: ISPR
COAS directs troops to extend all-out support to local population affected by unprovoked ceasefire violations by India.
During the visit, DG ISPR Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar briefed the diplomatic community on the latest situation along the LoC.
At least four other persons were seriously injured due to the "indiscriminate and unprovoked firing".
Corps Commanders Conference discusses Operation Radd-ul-Fasad, Covid-19, locust, and regional situation, among other issues.
Shahjahan Bibi was critically injured after being hit in the chest by Indian army’s small arms fire on Wednesday.