The quake occurred at 7.09 pm at a depth of five kilometers, the NCS, which functions under the Ministry of Earth Sciences, said.
A 4.2 magnitude earthquake shook Himachal Pradesh's Kangra district on Saturday but no loss of life or property was reported. The earthquake struck at 8.21 pm, Shimla Meteorological Centre director Manmohan Singh said.
As per the National Centre for Seismology (NCS), tremors were felt at 2:07 am about 13 kilometers south-southwest Mandi.
A senior official at the Gandhinagar-based Institute of Seismological Research (ISR) called the phenomena as "monsoon-induced seismicity," generally experienced in a few areas of Gujarat's Saurashtra region after two-three months of heavy rainfall, and said there was nothing to worry about.
The epicentre of the quake was Alwar in Rajasthan, according to the NCS. The earthquake of magnitude 4.2 occurred at 11.46 pm at a depth of five kilometres, it said.
The European Mediterranean Seismological Center said an earthquake of 6.3 magnitude hit 46 kilometers (17 miles) southeast of Zagreb. Initial reports said the earthquake caused wide damage, collapsing roofs, building facades and even some entire buildings.
No casualties and damage to property have been reported as of now.
The earthquake hit 110 kilometres north-north-west (NNW) of Kargil at a depth of 10 kilometres, the NCS said.
The earthquake was recorded at 4.10 am in Seoni with its epicentre at a depth of 15 km, India Meteorological Department's (IMD) Bhopal centre scientist Ved Prakash Singh said.
Delhi experienced four small earthquakes during April - August 2020, with the first event of magnitude 3.5 on April 12 in the northeastern boundary of Delhi.
An earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter Scale hit Leh region of Ladakh in the wee hours of Tuesday. The tremor occurred at 5:13 am at a depth of 10 kilometres, reported the National Centre for Seismology (NCS).
The study notes that the sequence of future Himalayan earthquakes could be similar to the great earthquakes that occurred in the twentieth century along the Aleutian subduction zone, which extends from the Gulf of Alaska to Kamchatka in Russian Far East.
Posts on social media showed many homes and buildings shaking, with the seismic activity leaving cracks in roads, while glass bottles fell off the shelves in shops.
"Earthquake of Magnitude 4.2, Occurred on October 21, 2020, 01:25:42 IST, Lat: 27.43 & Long: 96.56, Depth: 15 Km, Location: 35km SSW of Changlang, Arunachal Pradesh," the NCS' tweet read.
It said the quake occurred at 16.27 pm at a depth of 10 kilometres.
A medium-intensity earthquake hit Jammu and Kashmir today, but there were no reports of any damage or loss of life, officials said. The earthquake of 4.5 magnitude occurred at 12:02 pm at a depth of 120 km.
"Earthquake of Magnitude: 3.0, Occurred on 09-10-2020, 08:21:16 IST, Lat: 27.66 and Long: 91.88, Depth: 10 Km, Location: Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh," the NCS tweeted.
The quake did not trigger a tsunami warning, but the head of Indonesia's Meteorology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), Dwikorita Karnawati, told a news conference that strong aftershocks could follow, with a possibility that another powerful quake could trigger a tsunami.
Major earthquake strikes Turkey & Greece. Turkey's govt says that at least 20 buildings in western Izmir province were destroyed and no casualties reported so far. Turkey's Disaster & Emergency Management Presidency said the earthquake registered at 6.6 magnitude.Earthquake rattles Western Turkey and Greece, leveling buildings
A district adjoining Gujarat and Mumbai, Palghar also houses the Tarapur Atomic Power Station units 1-4.
Palghar district, especially its Dahanu and Talasari tehsils, has been witnessing low to moderate intensity earthquakes since November 2018.
The earthquake was centered 38 kilometers (23 miles) northeast of Quetta at a depth of 10 kilometers (6 miles). It was also felt in Pishin, Harnai and other areas of Baluchistan, but mostly in Quetta, where people came out onto the streets in fear.
Two-foot waves were recorded at the tiny nearby city of Sand Point, some 60 miles (100km) from the epicentre of the quake which struck at a depth of 25 miles (40 km). The at-risk zone extended hundreds of miles northeast to the entry of the Cook Inlet.
The quake struck at 1:13 a.m. and was centered about 21 miles (34 kilometers) southeast of Mina, a town of about 155, at a depth of 3.73 miles (6 kilometers), the USGS said.
A series of morning aftershocks jangled nerves in towns south of Zagreb, the day after Tuesday's 6.4-magnitude quake crumbled village homes, tore off slabs from buildings and crushed cars under mountains of bricks.
Many residents spent the night in their cars, terrified that a series of aftershocks of up to 4.8 magnitude would send more debris tumbling from houses already weakened by Tuesday's 6.4 magnitude quake.
The earthquake took place at 5:19 am and the epicentre was 71-km east of Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, according to the National Centre for Seismology.
The earthquake struck at 1:13 am today.
Locals and officials search for survivors at a collapsed building after a strong earthquake struck the Aegean Sea on Friday and was felt in both Greece and Turkey, where some buildings collapsed in the coastal province of Izmir, Turkey.
The quake hit Friday afternoon, toppling buildings in Izmir, Turkey's third-largest city, and triggering a small tsunami in the district of Seferihisar and on Samos. The quake was followed by hundreds of aftershocks.
The quake struck late Friday afternoon, causing a mini-tsunami on the Aegean island of Samos and a sea surge that turned streets into rushing rivers in a town on Turkey's west coast.
“Samples of soil are being sent to IIT Madras,” Champat Rai, general secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust, said on Wednesday in his first public appearance after the bhumipujan ceremony on August 5.
The financial support was provided as housing and school sector assistance and would further help in the renovation of educational institutions and houses for the people affected in the natural disaster.
Delhi-NCR has seen a number of mild earthquakes in the last several weeks. Scientists have warned of a major eathquake in the region.
At least 17 people died and 709 injured as strong earthquake of magnitude 7.0 hit Turkey’s Izmir city on October 30. Turkey's Disaster & Emergency Management Presidency confirmed the dead toll. The earthquake brought down several buildings, people are feared to be trapped under the rubble. The search and rescue operations are underway in the city. Turkey earthquake: Atleast 17 dead, over 700 injured in Izmir city, rescue ops underway
The earthquake of 5.1 magnitude hit Manipur at 4.16 pm, Earth Science Department of Manipur University said, adding that the epicentre of the quake is located 9 km from Ngopa area of neighbouring state of Mizoram.
According to the NCS, the tremors were felt at 7:54 am today in the region.
"It's centre was located near to #Paribheta and #Tandiguda locations of Ganjam district, which is near to R Udaygiri area," the met office said on its official twitter post.
Kargil (Ladakh) [India], July 5 (ANI) An earthquake of magnitude 4.7 on the Richter scale struck Kargil in Ladakh at 3.37 am on Sunday.
The earthquake occurred at 11.08 am and its epicentre was in the hill district of Karbi Anglong in central Assam, 58 km south-southeast of Tezpur, according to the National Center for Seismology.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.0 on the Richter Scale hit Hampi in Karnataka on Friday at 6:55 am, confirmed National Centre for Seismology. Meanwhile, another earthquake of a magnitude 4.7 hit Jamshedpur in Jharkhand today at the same time as Hampi.Tremors of earthquake felt in Karnataka, Jharkhand
According to the NCS, the quake occurred at 8.15 pm at a depth of 25 kilometres. There were no reports of any damage, officials said. Its epicentre was in Ladakh, the Meteorological Department said, adding that tremors were also felt in most parts of the Kashmir Valley and Kishtwar and Doda districts in Jammu region.
The Nepal government decided to measure the exact height of the mountain amid debates that there might have been a change in its height due to various reasons, including the devastating earthquake of 2015.
According to the National Centre for Seismology, the tremors were felt in the area at 9:11:23 p.m. today. Earlier on Friday, an earthquake of the 2.8 magnitude struck Haryana's Rohtak.
As per the ISR, which is located in Gandhinagar, the epicentre of the tremor, which was recorded at 3:49 pm, was located 25 kms east-northeast from Upleta town in the district, which is at a distance of 215 kms from here, and it was recorded 14.5 kms deep in the earth's crust.
There were no immediate reports of any loss of life or damage to property, officials said.
As per NCS, the tremors in Rajkot were felt at 07:40 am today and Karimganj region at 07:57 am today.
NCS reported earthquake with a magnitude of 3.8 on Richter scale that hit Hindu Kush region early Sunday morning at 5:28:13 am.
An earthquake of 5.3 magnitude shook parts of Gujarat on Sunday night but no major damage to property or life has been reported as per preliminary assessment, the state government said.
This is the latest in a series of earthquakes in the northern region of the country, with one hitting the National Capital Region a week earlier.
"The earthquake measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale was recorded at 1:03 am today. The epicentre of the earthquake was northeast of Kinnaur," Director of Shimla Meteorological Centre Manmohan Singh said.
Scientists have developed a novel method to determine how fast the Indian Ocean is warming by analysing the sound from seabed earthquakes, an advance that may lead to a relatively low-cost technique to monitor water temperatures in all of the oceans.
Delhi-NCR has seen a number of mild earthquakes in the last several weeks.
"An earthquake of magnitude 6.0 occurred around Ramche of Sindhupalchok district at 5:19 am," the National Seismological Centre tweeted minutes after the tremors.
According to National Center for Seismology, earthquake of magnitude 3.5 struck Delhi.
The tremors were felt in Hampi (Karnataka) and Jamshedpur (Jharkhand), according to the National Center for Seismology (NCS).
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The earthquake measured 4.7 on the Richter Scale. The epicentre of this earthquake has been located 63 km south-west of Gurugram in Haryana.Several earthquakes have jolted the Delhi-NCR region in the last two months. Fortunately, all the recent quakes in the Delhi-NCR region were of low to medium intensity.4.7-magnitude earthquake in Gurugram, strong tremors felt in Delhi-NCR
Since April 12, the Delhi-NCR has recorded 18 quakes. Of these 8 have taken place in Rohtak.
Magnitude 3.5 earthquake in Gujarat's Saurashtra region with epicenter near Lalpur in Jamnagar district
The tremors struck at 5.07 pm with the epicenter 29 km East-North East from Lalpur and depth of 4.3 km, the Institute of Seismological Research (ISR) said.
An Earthquake of magnitude 3.6 on the Richter scale struck near Katra, Jammu and Kashmir at 2:02 pm on Thursday.
A magnitude 3.1 earthquake struck in East Freehold, New Jersey, early Wednesday morning. The U.S. Geological Survey says it hit at about 2 a.m. and was centered 3 miles deep. The event prompted people to take to social media to express their shock at the rare occurrence.3.1 magnitude earthquake strikes New Jersey, no injuries
The earthquake took place around 7.10 am and its epicenter was located at a depth of 55 km and a place 82 km southeast of Sohra, officials at the Regional Seismological Centre here said.
So far, no reports of any loss of lives or damage to property have surfaced.
"An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.6 on the Richter Scale hit 43 km East of Ukhrul, Manipur today at 03:26 am," the statement from NCS read.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.5 on the Richter Scale hit Rajkot in Gujarat on July 16. According to National Center for Seismology, earthquake was felt at around 07:40 am. Terrified residents rushed out of their houses after they felt earthquake. Gujarat: Earthquake of magnitude 4.5 hits Rajkot, terrified residents rush out of their houses
The sound was heard across the city from Kempegowda International Airport off Devanahalli in the north to Kengeri and Electronic City in the South. Many people feared it could be a mild tremor as doors and windows shook after the noise.
AIZAWL: An earthquake of 5.3 magnitude hit Mizoram in the early hours of Monday, causing damage to houses and cracks on roads at several places, an official said. No casualties have been reported, the official of the state Geology and Mineral Resource Department said.Quoting the National Centre for Seismology, he said the earthquake happened at 4.10 am and the epicentre was at Zokhawthar in Champhai district on the India-Myanmar border.Mizoram earthquake: PM Modi assures all possible support to Mizoram CM
Yesterday, a 2.1-magnitude earthquake struck Haryana's Gurugram, the epicenter for which was 13 kilometres west of Gurugram. Tremors were felt in Delhi too.
An earthquake of magnitude 5.8 hit Jammu and Kashmir in the early hours of Tuesday, officials said, the third to hit the union territory in three days. However, there were no reports of any damage.
According to National Center for Seismology (NCS), an earthquake of magnitude 5.5 jolted parts of Gujarat on June 14. People ran out of their houses after feeling tremors. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani had telephonic conversation with Collectors of Rajkot, Kutch and Patan districts following earthquake in the state and he got information about the situation there.Earthquake of magnitude 5.5 jolts Gujarat, CM Rupani reviews situation
Experts believe that with earthquakes up to 6.8 in magnitude recorded in the past, an emergency kit carrying important documents and essentials like food and water must be kept packed near the exit of the house in case of any emergency or disaster.
Delhi-NCR region has witnessed a series of earthquakes since April 12 with one hitting the NCR region just last night with a magnitude of 3.2 on the Richter Scale. Is the big one around the corner? As tremors strike Delhi-NCR, scientists warn of more earthquakes ahead.11 earthquakes since April 12 in Delhi-NCR, is the big one around the corner?
NEW DELHI : A low-intensity earthquake of magnitude 2.1 hit Delhi today, according to the National Centre for Seismology.Delhi hit by another low-intensity earthquake of magnitude 2.1
As per the data provided by the New Delhi-based National Centre for Seismology, the quake occurred at 5.11 am today, with the epicentre located 89 km east of Katra.
“Recurrent tremors of small magnitudes indicate a bigger earthquake,” said P K Khan, professor of the institute’s applied geophysics department.
The earthquake hit the close by localities of Noida around 10.42 pm.
The earthquake occurred at 3.56 pm and the epicentre was 33 km south-southwest of Champhai, according to the National Centre for Seismology.
Several houses and buildings, including a church at Zokhawthar in Khawbunga, in Champhai district have been partly damaged due to the quake, the official of the state Geology and Mineral Resource Department said.
Dr Sandip Som, the deputy director general of GSI, also said that foreshocks -- mild tremor preceding earthquakes -- or swarm activities -- series of earthquakes -- indicate release of tectonic stress and strain during the continuous deformation process, and a detailed study of these jolts could help predict if a significant seismic event is in store.
The tremor measuring 2.2 on the richter scale and at a depth of 8 km hit north-west Delhi according to initial reports.
The meteorology and geophysics agency did not issue a tsunami warning, as the quake did not potentially trigger giant waves, reports Xinhua news agency.
Pan-India, nearly every fifth person who took the survey admitted to already having home insurance while in the National Capital Region, 35 per cent of the respondents have home insurance, said e-insurance platform, Policybazaar.com.
Rescue efforts continued in eight buildings in western Turkish city of Izmir on Monday, authorities said, as the death toll from Friday's powerful earthquake in the Aegean Sea region rose to 81.
"..The epicentre was at a depth of 5 km, northeast of Chamba district. Mild tremors were felt in adjoining areas." Shimla Meteorological Centre Director Manmohan Singh said.
The Friday afternoon earthquake, which the Istanbul-based Kandilli Institute said had a magnitude of 6.9, was centered in the Aegean northeast of Samos. AFAD said it measured 6.6 and hit at a depth of some 16 kilometers (10 miles).
According to the NCS, the quake occurred at 7 p.m. at a depth of 35 kilometres. The tremors of the quake were also felt in Delhi-NCR, triggering panic among people. Since April, 20 earthquakes have been recorded in and around Delhi. Of the 20, two were above magnitude 4.
The first quake, a medium intensity one of 4.5 magnitude, hit the Haryana city at 9.08 p.m. at a depth of 5 km. The second quake was of lower intensity of magnitude 2.9 and occurred at the same location at 10 p.m., the National Centre for Seismology said.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the 7.8 magnitude quake struck Tuesday at about 11:12 p.m. PST. It had a depth of 6 miles (9.6 kilometers) and was centered 60 miles (96 kilometers) south-southeast of Perryville, Alaska. The tsunami warning was issued for South Alaska, the Alaska Peninsula and the Aleutian Islands.
The earthquake, with its epicentre near Wazirpur in northeast Delhi, occurred at 1.26 pm at a shallow depth of 5 km, said JL Gautam, Head (Operations) at NCS, an institute under the Ministry of Earth Sciences.
According to the National Centre for Seismology, the quake occurred at 5.45 pm. Its epicentre was in NCT Delhi at the depth of 8 km.
An earthquake measuring 3.5 on the Richter scale was felt in the Delhi-NCR on Sunday evening, according to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). The tremors were felt at around 5:45 pm and the epicentre was East Delhi. Further details are awaited.Earthquake of magnitude 3.5 felt in Delhi-NCR, epicentre in East Delhi
Over the past few weeks, the NCR has seen minor earthquakes across the board; all of these, however, seem to be just precursors, according to Professor P K Khan at IIT Dhanbad’s Applied Geophysics department; he has also predicted a bigger earthquake at the foothills of the Himalayas. Here are the precautions you need to take.
According to the preliminary reports, no damages to property have been reported till the filing of this report.
The location of the epicentre is about 100 kms northeast of Tura in Meghalaya, the National Centre for Seismology reported.
Seismic alarms sounded mid-morning with enough warning for residents to exit buildings. Power was knocked out to some areas. Helicopters flew over downtown Mexico City and police patrols sounded their sirens.
Citing an extinction event far in the future could help doomsayers regain credibility.
Alleging violation of their land rights and basic human rights of a group of people in Tinsukia and Nagaon, congress leader Debabrata Saikia has moved National Human Rights Commission.
Strikes by advocates for "flimsy reasons", like bomb blast in a Pakistan school and earthquake in Nepal, on all working Saturdays for more than the past 35 years in three districts of Uttarakhand has caught the attention of the Supreme Court which rapped them for resorting to such a "joke".
The redevelopment of Central Vista in the heart of Lutyens' Delhi also irked heritage lovers in 2020, who had been demanding from the government to tread that heritage architectural and natural spaces cautiously and not "obscure" the past to build future projects.