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Earthquake of 4.2 magnitude; tremors felt in Delhi-NCR

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Earthquake tremors were felt in the scorching cold in Delhi. These tremors were also felt in Delhi and NCR. The magnitude of the earthquake on the Richter scale was 4.2. The tremors were felt around 11:45 pm on Thursday night. 

The tremors were so intense that people felt fear and people ran into the streets. Not only Delhi these tremors were felt in Noida and Ghaziabad as well. At present, no information has been revealed about the loss of life or property. Tremors were also felt in Rajasthan and Manipur. Even in Manipur, North East India, people felt a vibration in the earth during the night.

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Earthquake Near Delhi-NCR

Earlier in the morning in Sikar area of ​​Rajasthan there were also mild tremors. The special thing is that the epicenter of the earthquake remained at the local level in all three places. 

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The Earthquake tremors were felt at 11:45 pm in Delhi -NCR. Whose intensity was 4.2 on the Richter scale. Its center was 48 km south-west of Gurugram. Earlier on December 2, the tremors of a mild earthquake were felt in Delhi-NCR. This year earthquake tremors have been felt many times in Delhi-NCR. Explain that after April, earthquake tremors were felt in Delhi-NCR more than 15 times which is a major concern for people now.

An earthquake struck Sikar in Rajasthan on Thursday. Its intensity on the Richter scale measured 3.0 rectiers. There is no loss of life or property due to earthquake anywhere.

The People felt the earthquake at around 10.03 pm in Moirang area of ​​Manipur too. Its intensity was estimated at around 3.2 and its center was 38 km south of Moirang, 36 km below the surface. 

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