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FLASH: Reports of fresh clashes between Indian and Pakistani armies in Nowshera and Akhnoor sector along LoC.
BREAKING: Now reports of heavy clashes between Indian and Pakistani armies spreading to other sectors along LoC. Latest areas facing heavy clashes: Bhimber and Chamb.
BREAKING: Pakistani shelling targeting Indian side of LoC has hit Balakote area in Poonch sector of India-held Kashmir. Clashes between both armies still ongoing in multiple locations along LoC.
BREAKING: Pakistani shelling has now hit Krishna Ghati sector across LoC. Clashes between Indian and Pakistani armies continue.
BREAKING: Three Pakistanis including a woman have been injured in Indian shelling in Khoiratta sector along LoC.

Clashes between Indian and Pakistani armies continue at multiple locations along LoC.
FLASH: Indian shelling has hit Darra Sher Khan sector in Pakistan along LoC. I have received couple of photos from locals showing the damage. Clashes between both armies continue.
FLASH:

Areas affected by clashes between Indian and Pakistani armies: Barnana, Chamb, Kotli, Mandhol, Sehensa, Nakyal, Khoiratta, Nowshera, Rajouri, and multiple others.
BREAKING: Several Pakistani civilians injured in Indian shelling that hit a civilian house in Dharoti village, Nakyal Sector along LoC.
BREAKING: Now non-stop Indian and Pakistani heavy shelling along LoC at multiple locations.
FLASH: At least six Pakistani civilians have been injured in Indian shelling in Kotli sector along LoC. Kotli sector is still being targeted by Indian shelling.
BREAKING: Heavy Pakistani shelling now hitting Akhnoor, Nowshera, Krishna Ghati sectors moments ago. #LoC
FLASH: Multiple civilians in a village on Indian side of LoC have been injured in Pakistani shelling, according to multiple sources I've talked to in last one hour.
FLASH: Several Pakistani military drones observed along LoC. Looks like for recon purposes.
FLASH: Pakistan has set up a Situation Command and Control Room in Kotli, Azad Kashmir following high tensions with India and possibility of an escalation.
BREAKING:

Unconfirmed reports from Indian sources indicate five Indian Army soldiers have been injured in Keri (Battal) sector, Akhnoor in Pakistani cross-border shelling. #LoC
FLASH: Few minutes ago fighter jets (most likely Pakistani) were heard above Rawalakot in Azad Kashmir (Pakistan-administered Kashmir). Locals along LoC report heavy air activity including choppers and drones.
Locals living on both sides of LoC still reporting Indian and Pakistani air activity.
We have confirmation that five Indian soldiers were injured in Pakistani shelling across LoC:
Another report from Srinagar, Kashmir:
Third report from Kashmir indicating significant Indian air activity:
Fourth report from Srinagar, Kashmir:
This Indian air activity over Kashmir right now is likely part of Indian Combat Air Patrol (CAP), which has been ongoing since India is on high alert expecting a retaliation from Pakistan.
According to reports by locals, Indian Army has shut down entire lighting system of Badami Bagh Army camp in Srinagar, Kashmir. Looks like India may be expecting a Pakistani retaliatory strike somewhere in Kashmir.
PHOTOS: Pakistani civilians injured in Indian firing and shelling in Nakyal sector, LoC.
VIDEO:

Footage from Nakyal sector, LoC.

Pakistani journalist from DAWN says four Pakistani killed while 11 injured in Indian shelling across LoC. A mother and two children reportedly among the dead. #AJK

Deleted a previous tweet about initial reports of Pakistani missiles hitting a target in India-held Kashmir. Those are unconfirmed reports and multiple Kashmiri sources are denying them. I'll tweet again if I get any verified information.
Indian forces, including all Indian bases, in Jammu Kashmir are currently on high alert in anticipation of a possible Pakistani strike. Kashmiri sources still reporting ongoing air activity.
BREAKING:

Pakistani security sources say Indian forces have opened fire at working boundary in Sialkot.
A lot of rumors circulating re movement of Pakistani and Indian troops at Sialkot working boundary. I'd advise caution before believing everything. What we do know so far is that there was exchange of fire between Pakistani and Indian forces along the working boundary in Sialkot.
Meanwhile, Pakistani security sources claim to have inflicted heavy damage on the Indian Army in today's cross-border shelling in Nakyal sector along LoC.
CONFIRMED: Pakistani forces used some ATGMs in today's clashes with Indian Army along LoC. At least one ATGM hit a target inside India-held Kashmir. Nature of target still unclear but most likely an Indian military post.
BREAKING:

Indian forces now engaged in shelling against Pakistani positions across LoC at multiple locations. Confirmed.
Heavy exchange of fire ongoing at LoC between Indian and Pakistani armies. Meanwhile, my Kashmiri sources are once again reporting heavy air activity by Indian Air Force over Jammu Kashmir.
Photo purports to show a Pakistani tank near Sialkot working boundary.
CONFIRMED: At least three Pakistani soldiers have been mildly injured in Indian shelling across LoC.

Clashes between both armies continue on and off along LoC in different locations.
Okay so just found out this photo is old. Partially why I used such careful wording in this tweet, because sometimes this happens in real-time updates. Ignore this photo:
Locals in Sialkot living near working boundary are reporting loud bangs. Could be most likely tank or artillery fire. #Pakistan
Initial reports from Lahore that power has been shut off in all major areas of the city and Pakistani jets can be heard in the sky in some areas.
Pakistani and Indian jets are flying very close CAPs along LoC and working boundary since early evening. In such a scenario, a tiny miscalculation could result in a disastrous results.
Like I said, not all of you have to act like a smartass. If you don't trust the information I'm tweeting, be kind to yourself and unfollow. But there are several sources in Lahore and Sialkot who have reported what I tweeted earlier. Here's another:
Report from Pakistani journalist from about one hour ago.
Another Pakistani journalist (this one pretty senior) tweets in riddles, saying Pakistani forces are inflicting significant damage to Indian forces across the working boundary.
This Pakistani anchor tweets (one hour ago) that Pakistani forces have killed over 20 Indian soldiers and destroyed 10 Indian posts along working boundary. He also says one Pakistani soldier has been killed.

PS. Not saying any of these reports should be taken at face value. In fact, it's a good idea to be skeptical-by-default of any reports coming from India or Pakistan at this time.
According @notsafaimran, Pakistani jets heard over Lahore near Wagah.
Indian media says 10 Indian soldiers injured in Pakistani shelling and firing across LoC (earlier).
Notification for establishment of control room by Pakistani govt in Azad Kashmir (AJK).
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