Nepal: Three tremors in the last 24 hours triggered landslides in various parts of the Doti district, killing at least six people and injuring several others, according to news agency ANI. At around 2 a.m., strong tremors were felt in Delhi and the NCR region, jolting people awake. The National Seismological Centre of Nepal confirmed three tremors in Nepal in the last 24 hours, including two earthquakes and an aftershock.
A powerful 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck west Nepal early on November 9, killing at least six people and injuring five others, according to authorities.
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The earthquake struck at 2.12 a.m., with the epicentre at Khaptad National Park in Doti district, according to the National Seismological Centre.
Nepal | An earthquake of magnitude 6.3 occurred in Nepal, Manipur at around 1.57 am on Nov 9. The depth of the earthquake was 10 km below the ground: National Center for Seismology
Strong tremors from the earthquake were also felt in Delhi pic.twitter.com/YNMRQiPEud
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“The third strong jolt, measuring 6.6 magnitude, struck at around 2.12am on Wednesday, killing three people when a house collapsed. The deaths have been reported in Gairagaun “According to Ram Prasad Upadhyay, chairman of Purbichauki village council-03 in Doti district.
The epicentre of the 6.3 magnitude earthquake, which struck at 1.57 a.m., was in Nepal, about 90 kilometres east-southeast of Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand, according to the National Centre for Seismology (NCS). For the past few days, the region has been experiencing lower magnitude earthquakes.
The epicenter was in Nepal, according to the National Center for Seismology. ”Earthquake of Magnitude:6.3, Occurred on 09-11-2022, 01:57:24 IST, Lat: 29.24 & Long: 81.06, Depth: 10 Km, Location: Nepal,” the NCS tweeted.
Nepal the Himalayan state suffered massive losses as a result of devastating earthquakes. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Nepal in 2015, killing 8,964 people and injuring nearly 22,000 others. This year, on October 19, a 5.1 magnitude earthquake shook Kathmandu. On July 31, a 6.0 magnitude earthquake struck Kathmandu.