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India's army said the firing took place across the Krishnaghati sector of Poonch district early on Thursday. The Line of Control separates Indian- and Pakistani- administered Kashmir.
"The Pakistani side fired medium and small arms besides rockets and mortars," a spokesman said.
He said the Indian troops retaliated to the firing.
There were no casualties on the Indian side in the firing, the spokesman said.
India has accused Pakistan of "unprovoked firing aimed mostly at facilitating infilt
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has thanked India for offering $ 5 million aid for the relief of flood victims in his country. Qureshi, who is on a visit to the US, announced on Wednesday that India had offered a $ 5 million donation for flood victims. He profusely thanked India's top diplomat here for the offer, Dawn News reported on Thursday. He said he had received a telephone call in New York from Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna.
India has accused Pakistan of "unprovoked firing aimed mostly at facilitating infiltration of militants," a charge Pakistan has denied.