Earthquake tremors felt in Delhi-NCR
According to USGS, the earthquake was epicentred in Jarm, Afghanistan about 211 km below the earth surface.
According to the Institute of Seismological Research in Gujarat, the tremors were felt in a span of seven and a half hours, with the first measuring 1.4 on the Richter scale with the epicentre eight km from Bachahu in Kutch region.
Japan's meteorological agency said the quake caused moderately strong shaking in nearby areas.
The intensity of the quake was only felt 3 MMI (Modified Mercalli Intensity) in the province and Bitung of nearby North Sulawesi province.
At least 15 aftershocks, ranging from 3 to 4.8 magnitude, have shaken the region so far, according to the centre.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude-6.8 quake had an epicenter 55 miles (89 kilometers) west of Tarauaca, Brazil.
No casualties or damage have been reported, and the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center lifted its warning for a potential tsunami that could hit coastal areas of the southern Philippine and Indonesia.
The earthquake had an epicentre of 26 km under Manokwari town, but no tsunami warning was issued, Xinhua news agency quoted an meteorology official as saying.
The quake with its epicentre in the Jammu and Kashmir region was felt at 9.52 a.m. and it originated at a depth of 15 km inside the earth, a Met official said.
According to the US Geological Survey, the quake struck about 168 kilometers (104 miles) east of Tadine in New Caledonia at a shallow depth of 10 kilometers (6 miles).
Earlier on November 11, Pithoragarh district of the state was hit by a magnitude-5.0 earthquake.
The magnitude-7.0 earthquake sent residents scurrying for cover when it hit about 8.30 a.m. on Friday. The quake was centred 10 miles northeast of Anchorage, the state's largest city with a population of about 300,000.
The researchers followed the local geology and structural map published by the Geological Survey of India, besides using Google Earth and imagery from Indian space agency ISRO's Cartosat-1 satellite.
The tremors were felt in and around Kullu district. The epicentre of the quake was at a depth of 10 km.
No tsunami arrived and there were no immediate reports of deaths or serious injuries.
The temblor registered 3 on Japan's seismic scale in Fukushima, Chiba and Tokyo, the weather agency said.