India, Pakistan resume shelling in Kashmir, leaving four dead

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Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday said that his vision for future cities was to allow buildings to rise vertically and ensure more green areas as Pakistan was one of the most environmentally threatened countries.

Al Jazeera visited the site of the Indian strikes and found that bombs hit a forest and a field in a remote area in northern Pakistan's town of Jaba, about 100km away from capital, Islamabad. The delegation met the border villagers and expressed their solidarity with them.

Tensions between India and Pakistan have been running high since Indian aircraft launched a strike in Pakistan on Tuesday in response to a February 14 suicide bombing in Indian-controlled Kashmir that killed 40 troops. A Pakistani military statement said two civilians were killed and two others wounded in the fresh fighting. What is their fault?

The latest wave of tensions began after the militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad claimed responsibility for the February 14 suicide bombing by a Kashmiri militant on Indian paramilitary forces.

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The children's father was critically wounded and has been admitted to hospital.

The two South Asian nations have fought three wars in 1948, 1965 and 1971 - two of them over Kashmir - since they were partitioned in 1947.

Both countries' officials used the routine description for the military confrontations, saying their soldiers retaliated "befittingly, " and blamed the other for "unprovoked" violation of the 2003-ceasefire accord at several sectors along the Kashmir frontier, targeting both army posts as well as villages. Pakistan Army spokesperson during a press conference warned India of a surprise response at the time and place of their own choosing.

Prime Minister Imran apprised the British premier of Pakistan's perspective on the developments since the Pulwama incident, in which almost four dozen Indian soldiers were killed when a young Kashmiri drove a vehicle full of explosives into a military convoy in the Indian Occupied Kashmir district on February 14.

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Hostilities escalated rapidly following a suicide vehicle bombing on February 14 that killed at least 40 Indian paramilitary police in Indian-controlled Kashmir.

India's military said that Pakistan was firing mortar shells across the LoC.

The return of the Pakistani prisoner's body came a day after Pakistan returned a captured Indian air force pilot whose plane was shot down and crashed in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir earlier this week. But Indian security forces said they were carrying out major anti-militancy operations on their side on Kashmir and had shot dead two militants.

"Our meeting remained very positive, as we on the directive of PM are on the same page to encourage vertical construction, but before finalising this matter the CAA will have to make some changes in its rules and regulations", he said. "We plan on taking action against extremist groups".

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