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.
The FO director general urges the Indian side to respect the 2003 ceasefire arrangement.
The journalists were briefed on the regional situation and Indian ceasefire violations across the LoC.
"We need peace more than anything and this is the reason of my being here. I want to promote peace," says Amir Khan.
Firing by Indian troops had killed three civilians, including a seven-year-old boy, in AJK.
The civilian death toll in the Indian firing over the last 24 hours has risen to three, officials and residents say.
Pakistan Army responds effectively to attack, killing 2 Indian soldiers; civilian death toll in ongoing year reaches 33.
The casualties occurred in Battal and Abbaspur sectors of Poonch district.
A day earlier, three soldiers were martyred after Indian troops resorted to heavy shelling from across the restive LoC.
In a counter-attack, Pakistani troops kill five Indian soldiers and injure several others.
India's ceasefire violations are a threat to regional peace and "may lead to a strategic miscalculation": FO.
Sadiq Sanjrani also brings the fresh spate of Indian aggression to the international community’s attention.
UN chief's spokesperson says Unmogip observed and reported an increase in military activity at the LoC in recent days.
Pakistan reaffirms diplomatic, moral and political support to the Kashmiri struggle.
"President Trump offered to mediate on Kashmir. This is the time to do so as the situation deteriorates," says premier.
Meeting was called in the wake of Indian army's use of cluster munitions to target civilian areas in AJK.
Sanity demands that India reject confrontation and adopt negotiation and peacemaking instead.
"The world continues to ignore the human rights catastrophe. This must change if we are to have peace," says Bilawal.
Islamabad expresses concerns over deteriorating situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir.
"This blatant Indian aggression against all international norms exposes true character of Indian army," says ISPR.
His statement comes after a four-year old boy was killed and eleven others were injured in Neelum Valley today.
The deceased were identified as Nouman Ahmed from Sharda and Bisma Bibi from Katha Chogalli villages of Neelum valley.
"They used both small and big arms and targeted civilian populations," says a disaster management officer.
The Indian Army used rockets and mortars to target the civilian population and the Pakistan Army posts, says the ISPR.
The incident is evidence of "state-sponsored terrorism by India violating bilateral ceasefire agreement", says ISPR.
PM-chaired meeting also discusses different development projects, tourism and other important issues relating to AJK.
Committee told to examine each case of land allotment in sensitive areas and issue NOC as per law.
Umar Subhani was making preparations for iftar in his courtyard when Indian troops targeted him with small arms fire.
Dr Faisal calls for Indian side to respect 2003 Ceasefire Agreement.