Kathmandu, May 19: An Earthquake of Magnitude 5.8 Richter scale struck Nepal on Wednesday morning (local time) as per the National Earthquake Monitoring and Research Center. The quake took place around 5:42 AM Nepal (Local time), 113 KM North West of Kathmandu.
"Epicenter of the earthquake lies at Bhulbhule of Lamjung District this morning at around 5:42 (Local Time). It has been recorded with 5.8 magnitudes," Dr Lokbijay Adhikari, Seismologist, National Earthquake Monitoring and Research Center told ANI. Cyclone Tauktae: 3 Dead in Gujarat; CM Vijay Rupani Holds Meeting to Review Situation.
Nepal | Epicenter of the earthquake lies at Bhulbhule of Lamjung District, where it occurred around 5:42 NPT. It has been recorded at 5.8 magnitude: Dr. Lok Bijay Adhikari, Chief Seismologist at National Earthquake Monitoring & Research Centre, told ANI pic.twitter.com/w2CIqAJyYJ
— ANI (@ANI) May 19, 2021
No loss of lives have been reported yet, further details are awaited.
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