The quake struck Linkou in Heilongjiang Province at 12:22 AM (local time) at a depth of 580 km, the China Earthquake Networks Centre said.
According to the National Centre for Seismology, a unit of Ministry of Earth Sciences, the epicentre of the quake was Indo-Pak border and it hit at a depth of 15 kms.
There was no report of any loss of life or damage to property till the last reports came in. The tremor occurred at 2.07 pm.
Nepal is still recovering from two major quakes and several aftershocks that have killed 8,800 people and left a trail of destruction.
The quake's epicentre was 13-km west of Ashkasham area in Afghanistan and it occurred at the depth of 90.7 kms, the US Geographical Survey said.
A 3.3 magnitude mild tremor was also felt at 1.22 pm here today with epicenter located in the southern part of the capital city.
The tremor measuring 4.9 on the Richter scale, rocked the region around 9.16 PM, a preliminary report by the Met department said here.
"Rahulji thinks too highly about his oratory skills... As far as tremors are concerned. I think when he speaks there are tremors within Congress not outside." BJP leader Smriti Irani said.
A 5.0-magnitude earthquake today jolted the Chinese city of Atux in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
A tremor of 5.5 magnitude was felt in Kashmir but there were no report of any damage, an official said here.
Death toll in Nepal's devastating earthquake today jumped to 7,040 with another 14,123 people injured, according to the Nepalese Police.
Geological Survey of Pakistan's national seismic hazard map places entire Sindh coastline including Karachi in a zone of "noticeable seismic danger."
At least 38 Indians were among 54 foreigners killed in the 7.9-magnitude quake last week that left a trail of devastation and suffering.
A strong earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale shook Nepal this morning, leaving a trail of destruction in the Himalayan nation.
"We are receiving calls from all over the state. Around 100 tourists from Gujarat are expected to be in different parts of Nepal," said an official.
There was no report of any casualty from the affected areas. Pakistan Meteorological Department said the quake was recorded at the depth of 50 kilometres.
The quake, measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale, struck around 7:08 PM, Met officials said.
Two elderly women died of cardiac arrest in Kashmir Valley apparently due to panic triggered by earthquake today, which also killed a youth in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Earthquakes similar in size to the one that hit Kent happen around every 2 years in the UK and about 4,500 times a year across the world, BGS said.
Nepal's 7.3-magnitude earthquake today was followed by at least seven more tremors in a span of less than two hours, the IMD today said.
Nepal witnessed a fresh aftershock of 4.5-magnitude, triggering panic among people.
Telephone calls made on BSNL network to earthquake-hit Nepal for the next three days will attract only local call rates, the state-owned company said.
The researchers believe that some of this stress has shifted west, to an area stretching from the west of Pokhara in Nepal to the north of Delhi.
"Saturday's slip took place over an area about 1,000 to 2,000 square miles over a zone spanning the cities of Kathmandu and Pokhara in one direction," Stark said.
Three earthquakes today shook Kashmir within an hour but there were no reports of any damage caused anywhere in the Valley.
Over 2500 Indians have been evacuated from quake-hit Nepal so far and free visas are being given to foreigners stranded there who want to come to India.
The official said 6,538 people have been injured in Saturday's quake, the worst in the country in 81 years.
The mainstream right Union for a Popular Movement was beaten into second place with a projected 20-21 per cent score.
A moderate earthquake today rocked Kashmir Valley, Punjab and Haryana but there were no reports of any loss of life or damage to property.
India should learn not to take Nepal for granted and respect its autonomy. Nepal would be happier if it shed its unwise fears.
A 4.5-magnitude earthquake today hit Balochistan's provincial capital Quetta in Pakistan, forcing residents of the city to came out of their houses in panic.
Powerful earthquakes today rattled Japan, triggering panic on fears of a tsunami and injuring dozens of people southwest of Tokyo.
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Two persons died and 17 others were injured in roof and wall collapse in the wake of a high intensity earthquake that rocked Bihar today.
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