According to the National Centre for Seismology (NCS), the quake had an epicenter north of Pangin in Arunachal's Siang district.
There was no immediate report of any injury to anyone or damage to any property due to either of the quakes.
According to the National Center for Seismology (NCS), the movement of tectonic plates under the earth's surface was felt around 3:46 am in 37 kilometres east northeast of Tura.
According to the National Centre for Seismology, the first quake, measuring 4.4 on the Richter Scale, hit Jaipur at 4.09 am while the second earthquake of magnitude 3.1, occurred at 4.22 am. The third one of 3.4 magnitude...
According to NCS, the earthquake occurred at 5.17 am and the depth of the tremor was 5 km. The epicentre of the quake was 22km East of Dharamshala.
The earthquake of 4.1 magnitude hits the major city of Punjab at 3.42 am. However, no casualty has yet been reported.
In Bihar the tremors were felt in Araria at around 5.35 am today while in Bengal, the tremors were felt at 140 kilometres southwest of Siliguri. In both the incidents, so far there have been no reports of any casualty or...
The quake came just one day after North India got shaken by midnight tremors as an intense earthquake of 6.3 magnitude had hit Nepal killing at least 6 people.
The officials said there were no reports of any damage. The quake hit at a latitude of 34.92 degrees north and longitude of 78.72 degrees east at a depth of...
No deaths were reported after the earthquake. More than 7,000 households were reported without power in Yuli town and water pipes were also damaged.
Four low intensity earthquakes have been reported so far in Katra, Doda and Udhampur respectively.