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.
According to National Center for Seismology, earthquake of magnitude 3.5 struck Delhi.
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 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.
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
Delhi-NCR has seen a number of mild earthquakes in the last several weeks. Scientists have warned of a major eathquake in the region.
“Recurrent tremors of small magnitudes indicate a bigger earthquake,” said P K Khan, professor of the institute’s applied geophysics department.
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?
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.
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
Lasting a few seconds the earthquake is reported to have originated 44 km southwest of Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh.
The earthquake shook the national capital at around 4.30 am and was epicentred 13 kilometres southeast of Bawal in Haryana.
A medium-intensity earthquake measuring 3.0 magnitude on the Richter scale hit the national capital early today.
Four earthquakes shook Delhi within a period of 4 hours early today. The first quake measuring 3.1 on Richter scale occurred at 12.41 AM.
NGO Delhi Study Group, headed by senior BJP leader Vijay Jolly, gathered the relief material over a two-day-long drive in the national capital.
High Court also said each government has been extending the date till which illegal constructions are protected from punitive action as it is "looking for votes".
The Delhi govt officials while confirming that the CM will make big revelations today, did not mention the topic of the press conference.
DMRC today said all its structures are designed according to set guidelines to ensure safety during earthquakes.