Earthquake: South East India shaken by earthquake tremors, more than 20 aftershocks in last 24 hours

Andaman and Nicobar

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According to the NCS data, the Richter scale of most earthquake tremors ranged from 3.8 to 5.0. Earthquake has been reported from Andaman Sea since 5.42 am on Monday

Earthquake in the last 24 hours across the country (Earthquake ) of 22 tremors have been felt. The National Center for Seismology located in India has given this information. The tremors of the earthquake were felt the most in Port Blair and Andaman Sea. National Center for Seismology (National Center for Seismology) said this morning that there was an earthquake of magnitude 4.3 recently which was 187 km from the south. While Port Blair (Port BlairEarthquake tremors were felt at 8.05 am on the east coast of ), whose epicenter was 215 km southeast of Port Blair. However, no information about any casualty or damage has been revealed in this.

NCS released data

According to the NCS data, most of the aftershocks of the earthquake ranged in intensity from 3.8 to 5.0 on the Richter scale. The news of the earthquake was reported from Andaman Sea at 5.42 am on Monday. The National Center for Seismology said that the first quake of magnitude 4.3 struck 187 km to the south and struck the east coast of Port Blair at 8.05 am. The largest magnitude 5.0 earthquake occurred at 5.57 am, 215 km east-southeast of Port Blair. However, no damage or casualty has been reported so far. Earlier, an earthquake of 4.5 magnitude occurred at 4.45 am.

Apart from this, an earthquake of 4.4 magnitude struck 244 km southeast of Port Blair at 2.54 am, while an earthquake of 4.4 magnitude occurred at 2.13 pm 251 km north-northeast of Campbell Bay. Another 4.4 magnitude tremor was felt at 1.48 pm, 261 km southeast of Port Blair. An earthquake of magnitude 4.5 struck 262 km north of Campbell at 1.30 am. Earlier, a tremor of 4.5 magnitude was felt at 1.07 hrs 258 km southeast of Port Blair and a 4.3 quake was recorded at 12.46 hrs 199 km east-southeast of Port Blair.

There are many small events in the series of earthquakes and in the last few days, earthquake tremors have been felt from Karnataka as well. An earthquake of magnitude 2.1 struck near Vijayanagar at 1.25 pm on Saturday. Tremors were also felt in Sulliya taluk of Dakshina Kannada district whose intensity was recorded at 2.2. The taluk felt the tremors for the fourth time since June 25.

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Karnataka State Disaster Management Commissioner Manoj Rajan said, “There is no damage to the local community due to this type of earthquake. There may be a slight jolt. The probability of an earthquake is very less and the possibility of damage is less. Meanwhile, an earthquake of 3.7 magnitude was recorded in Assam at 11.03 am today.

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