The co-pilot, Captain Anjani Kumar Singh, is still critical, a Northern Command spokesperson said.
The chopper, which was coming from Pathankot, was forced to make a crash-landing in an Army area in the Lakhanpur belt of the district, Senior Superintendent of Police, Kathua Shailendra Mishra said.
The tunnel constructed from across the border to facilitate infiltration of terrorists was detected by BSF troops in Bobiyaan village during an operation this morning, the officials said.
The Crime Branch, which investigated the Kathua gang-rape case, found that the minor girl was abducted and kept in the temple, where she was drugged and repeatedly raped before being killed.
A wall of the barrack collapsed in Machhedi camp in Billawar area Friday evening, trapping three soldiers under the debris.
Pakistani Rangers violated the ceasefire by resorting to unprovoked firing at forward posts along the IB in Kathua.
There was no report of any damage in the firing on the Indian side, the officials said.
The officials said there was also a report of ceasefire violation by Pakistani Rangers in the Pansar border outpost along the IB in Hiranagar sector of Kathua district.
So far, the police have arrested 15 persons, including some police personnel, for allowing people from outside to enter Jammu and Kashmir illegally via the Lakhanpur inter-state border terminal.
Officials said the Pakistani Rangers started the firing around 9.50 pm on Monday and targeted BoPs and villages in the Pansar-Manyari belt of Hiranagar sector.
Some people informed the police about suspected movement of two persons near the Ujjah nallah in Kote Panu and Pundori hamlets, and they swung into action and launched the operation in the area.
Earlier on Wednesday morning, Pakistan targeted civilian areas in the Nowshera sector, damaging houses of civilians.
The firing from across the border started in Karol border outpost area around 10.50 am, drawing a strong retaliation by the BSF.
The firing and shelling by Pakistani Army in Kirni and Qasba sectors along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district started around 1.
There was no report of any casualty on the Indian side, the officials said, adding that the Pakistan Rangers also fired dozens of mortars.