Another Earthquake Jolts Delhi Within 24 Hrs

New Delhi: Another earthquake of 2.7 magnitudes hit the national capital, New Delhi within 24 hours.

According to the National Center for Seismology information, the earthquake was experienced at 04:42 PM on Wednesday.

As per the data, the epicentre of the quake was about 5 km below ground.

No casualties or damages have been reported.

Strong tremors shook most of north India on Tuesday evening, creating panic among the people.

According to the US Geological Services, the 6.5 magnitude quake had an epicentre 40 km south by southeast of Afghanistan’s Jurm. It occurred at a depth of nearly 190 km.

India’s National Centre for Seismology mapped it at 6.6 magnitudes, and at 10.17.27 p.m. (IST) with the epicentre at 133 km south by southeast of Fayzabad in northern Afghanistan.

However, the tremors were felt strongly across north India, from Kashmir to Delhi-NCR and reports poured in on social media about people reporting fans and appliances swaying due to the strong tremors while many ran out of their houses.

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