Low-intensity earthquake of 2.1 magnitude hits National Capital; epicentre at Delhi-Gurugram border
The epicenter of the earthquake was at the Delhi-Gurugram border and it occurred at 1 pm at a depth of 18 kilometre, the NCS said.
New Delhi: A low-intensity earthquake of magnitude 2.1 hit the National Capital on Monday, the National Centre for Seismology said.
The epicentre of the earthquake was at the Delhi-Gurugram border and it occurred at 1 pm at a depth of 18 kilometre, the NCS said.
Since April, Delhi-NCR has recorded more than 14 quakes of low and medium intensity.
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