Published On: Wed, May 13th,

Another Earthquake of 7.3 Magnitude Hit Nepal and India, 54 Killed


Kathmandu: A new earthquake of 7.3-magnitude hit the Nepal on Tuesday killed 54 while caused great damage followed by monster quack of last month.

Nepal authorities have reported that 37 have killed in various regions of Nepal and nearly thousands were injured while Indian media confirmed 17 deaths in adjacent Indian state of Bihar following new earthquake which was centered about 76km east of Kathmandu.

According to foreign media man of building have been collapsed while several were damaged enough that can’t be used for residence; people scared from the quake and left their offices and homes.

Metro bus service in New Delhi has been suspended and Kathmandu airport has also temporarily closed.

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The US Geological Survey stated that 7.3-magnitute earthquake epicenter was near Mount Everest in the area of Namchi baraz having depth of 15 kilometers while second tremor of 6.3-magnitude rattle around half an hour later.

Quake came around 12:35 pm local time and its tremors were felt in New Delhi and eastern states of India.

Nepali government has revealed that 75 districts have been devastated in the earthquake which also hit the surrounding countries of Pakistan, China and Bangladesh.

According to Chinese media reported one person killed while no death has reported in Pakistan, however, earthquake of 4.9 and 4.2-magnitude were recorded.

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Last month on April 25, a powerful earthquake of 7.8-magnitude hit the Nepal which killed more than eight thousands and left homeless million of people, the earthquake also completely damaged various buildings of its capital.

Rescue teams and Nepali Army are doing efforts to evacuate people who have been trapped because of quake while many of people have been taken out safe from debris, although, aftershocks obstructed the efforts.