SRINAGAR, India (AP) — The Indian military says no less than three Indian troopers have been killed in a barrage of mortar shelling and gunfire by Pakistani troopers alongside the extremely militarized frontier in Indian-controlled Kashmir. An Indian military spokesman says two troopers have been killed when Pakistani troopers performed an “unprovoked” violation of 2003 cease-fire accord between the nuclear-armed nations in southern Rajouri district. He says a military officer was killed by Pakistani shelling in neighboring Poonch district and Indian troops retaliated. Pakistan didn’t remark instantly. Previously, both sides has accused the opposite of beginning border skirmishes within the Himalayan area, which each declare in its entirety.