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The spurt in border tension.. Photo feature

Saturday, Jan 3, 2015,18:04 IST By metrovaartha A A A
A villager inspects his house damaged by alleged shelling from the Pakistani side at Barota village at Samba sector on Saturday.

A villager inspects his house damaged by alleged shelling from the Pakistani side at Barota village at Samba sector on Saturday.

A villagers shows the broken glass pane of his car after firing from the Pakistani side at Village Bainglad in Samba district, some 58 kms from Jammu on Saturday.

A villagers shows the broken glass pane of his car after firing from the Pakistani side at Village Bainglad in Samba district, some 58 kms from Jammu on Saturday.

A woman looks at the damage of her house from a window after shelling from the Pakistani side, at Bainglar village in Samba sector in Jammu on Saturday.

A woman looks at the damage of her house from a window after shelling from the Pakistani side, at Bainglar village in Samba sector in Jammu on Saturday.

Pak shelling along border

A villager shows a mortar shell after firing from the Pakistani side at Village Bainglad in Samba district, some 58 kms from Jammu on Saturday.

Pak shelling in Samba

A villager shows mortar shell marks on the wall of his house after firing from the Pakistani side at Village Bainglad in Samba district, some 58 kms from Jammu on Saturday.

Pak shelling in Samba

A villager shows the damage at the ceiling of his house after firing from the Pakistani side at Village Bainglad in Samba district, some 58 kms from Jammu on Saturday.

INDIA-PAKISTAN-BORDER

Indian youth Rahul Kumar, injured in cross border firing between Indian and Pakistan troops, is shifted to Government Medical College Hospital in Jammu on January 3, 2015. A teenage Pakistani girl and an Indian woman were killed and 11 others injured as India and Pakistan exchanged heavy fire January 3 along their disputed border.

Pak shelling injured

An injured civilian is taken to the Government Medical College and Hospital in Jammu on Saturday. Six civilians were injured in Pakistani shelling on the international border in Samba and Kathua sector, in Jammu.

Villagers shift after Pak shelling

Villagers move to safer places with their belongings by a tractor after shelling from the Pakistani side, at Chilyadiya village in Samba district, Jammu on Saturday.

Villagers shift after Pak shelling

Villagers move to safer places with their belongings by a tractor after shelling from the Pakistani side, at Chilyadiya village in Samba district, Jammu on Saturday.

An injured civilian is taken to the Government Medical College and Hospital in Jammu on Saturday. Six civilians were injured in Pakistani shelling on the international border in Samba and Kathua sector, in Jammu.

An injured civilian is taken to the Government Medical College and Hospital in Jammu on Saturday. Six civilians were injured in Pakistani shelling on the international border in Samba and Kathua sector, in Jammu.