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J-K: Soldier killed in Pakistan ceasefire violation in Rajouri district

Rifleman Yash Paul is the second soldier killed in unprovoked Pakistani firing in Sunderbani sector during the last three days. On Monday, rifleman Karamjeet Singh, 24, of Punjab’s Moga district was killed in cross border firing, while three others were injured.

Pakistan ceasefire violation: No one will ask security forces how they chose to retaliate, says Rajnath

Delivering a keynote speech at the Border Security Force’s 16th investiture ceremony, Rajnath Singh said it was an “irony” that even when India wanted peace with its neighbours, a particular country was not “mending its ways”.

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Pakistan ceasefire violation: ‘We continue to live in fear... who do we approach for relief’

On Tuesday, more than a dozen people, including a 70-year-old woman, were injured as Pakistan Rangers continued to fire mortar shells and small arms at various areas between Akhnoor and Samba.

Pakistan violates ceasefire, resort to cross-border shelling at Rajouri

Two soldiers were killed in unprovoked mortar shelling and small arms fire by Pakistani troops from across the LoCin Rajouri district number 8217; Sunderbani sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday evening.

J&K: Pakistan violates ceasefire in Kupwara, resorts to small arms firing

Pakistan resorted to small arms firing at Sadpora sector at 1 am. No casualties have been reported till now.

Ceasefire violation: Four soldiers, including Army Captain, killed in Pakistani shelling

Two children, identified as Gulnaz Begum, 15, of Islamabad and Yasir Arif, 6, of Shahpur, sustained splinter injuries in the Pakistani firing. An Army jawan too was injured in shelling at Shahpur

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Pakistan violates ceasefire twice in J&K, kills one soldier in Nowshera sector

Pakistani troops also resorted to unprovoked mortar shelling and small arms fire in Poonch district's Krishna Ghati sector in the evening, though there were no casualties

Pakistan summons Indian diplomat over soldiers' killing along LoC, condemns unprovoked firing

"The false claims by India about the alleged cross LoC adventures are a figment of their imagination and counter-productive for peace and tranquility on the LoC," the Pakistan Foreign Office said

J-K: Army major among four soldiers killed in Pak firing on LoC

Three of the dead have been identified as Major Prafulla Ambadas Moharkar, Lance Naik Gurmail Singh and Sepoy Pargat Singh, Udhampur-based Defence Ministry spokesperson Colonel N N Joshi said.

J&K: Over 100 ceasefire violations by Pakistan this year

A BSF jawan and a woman were killed and 19 others, including seven Army personnel and 12 civilians, were injured in shelling in the first nine months

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