Nepal Earthquake: Earthquake tremors have been felt once again in Nepal The earthquake has been felt 147 km from Kathmandu. According to Nepal time, strong tremors of earthquake were felt at around 8:00 am. The magnitude of the earthquake was measured at 6.0 on the Richter scale. So far, no information has been revealed about any damage in this earthquake. According to the news of Nepal’s National Earthquake Monitoring and Research Center, an earthquake has occurred at a place called Martim Birta in Khotang district.
The earthquake struck the capital Kathmandu
In eastern Nepal, the epicenter of the earthquake was at a depth of 10 km at 27 degree north latitude and 86 degree east longitude. Earlier, earthquake tremors were felt between Nepal’s capital Kathmandu and Pokhara city. During that time about 8000 people were reported to have died. Kathmandu’s international airport was closed after the earthquake.
Earthquake tremors were felt on Sunday morning when people were sleeping peacefully in their homes. Most of the people were at their homes as it was a holiday. Feeling the tremors of the earthquake, there was a stir among the people and people came out of their homes.
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Shocks felt in Bihar too
Tremors of the Nepal earthquake were felt in some parts of Bihar as well. Nationalist Center for Seismology has informed that tremors were felt in Katihar, Munger Madhepura and Begusarai in Bihar. Officials say no casualties have been reported so far from the quake.
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