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Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 hits Alwar, tremors felt in Delhi-NCR





PTI


New Delhi ,



July 03, 2020 19:42 IST

Updated:


July 03, 2020 19:43 IST



PTI


New Delhi ,



July 03, 2020 19:42 IST

Updated:


July 03, 2020 19:43 IST

According to the NCS, the quake occurred at 7 p.m. at a depth of 35 kilometres.

A medium-intensity earthquake of magnitude 4.7 jolted Alwar district in Rajasthan on Friday, tremors of which were felt in parts of north India including Delhi-NCR, the National Centre for Seismology said.

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.

There were no immediate reports of loss of life or property.

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