Pakistan earthquake: An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.1 on the Richter Scale struck Pakistan's capital Islamabad on Sunday afternoon. According to National Center for Seismology (NCS), the quake occurred at around 1:24 PM and the epicentre was in Tajikistan.
The depth of the earthquake was measured at 150 km and had a longitude of 69.65 East and a latitude of 38.65 North. Meanwhile, no damage or injuries have been reported so far.
Earlier in November 2022, an earthquake measuring 4.8 on the Richter Scale had hit Islamabad. The epicentre, with a depth of 120km was determined to be at 36.17 degrees north latitude and 71.68 degrees east longitude, the National Center for Seismology had said.
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(With inputs from agencies)