Basar earthquake

Basar, Nov 23: A low-density earthquake of 3.8 magnitudes hit the Basar town in Lepa-Rada district in the state of Arunachal Pradesh on Wednesday morning, said National Center for Seismology (NCS).

According to NCS, the earthquake occurred 58 km of North-West-North of Basar at around 7:1 am Wednesday.

The depth of the earthquake was 10 km below the ground.

“Earthquake of Magnitude: 3.8, Occurred on 23-11-2022, 07:01:40 IST, Lat: 28.43 & Long: 94.37, Depth: 10 Km, Location: 58km NNW of Basar, Arunachal Pradesh, India,” NCS said in a tweet.

Earlier in the day, an earthquake of magnitude 3.6 on the Richter Scale was felt near Nashik in Maharashtra in the early hours of Wednesday.

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According to the NCS, the movement of tectonic plates under the earth’s surface was felt around 4 am in 89 kilometres west of Nashik. The depth of the earthquake was 5 km below the ground.

“Earthquake of Magnitude:3.6, Occurred on 23-11-2022, 04:04:35 IST, Lat: 19.95 and Long: 72.94, Depth: 5 Km, Location: 89km W of Nashik, Maharashtra, India,” tweeted National Center for Seismology.