NEW DELHI: A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck Hindu Kush region in Afghanistan on Saturday, according to the German Research Center for Geosciences (GFZ). Tremors were felt in Delhi-NCR and nearby regions. The earthquake had a depth of 195 km (121 miles), as reported by GFZ. Fortunately, there have been no reports of any damage.

The National Center for Seismology provided further details on Twitter, stating, “Earthquake of Magnitude:5.8, Occurred on 05-08-2023, 21:31:48 IST, Lat: 36.38 & Long: 70.77, Depth: 181 Km, Location: Hindu Kush Region, Afghanistan.”

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal expressed his concern on Twitter, saying, “Earthquake tremors have also been felt in Delhi. Hope everyone is safe.”

The Delhi Police also tweeted, urging Delhi residents to stay safe and seek help if needed. They wrote, “Hey Delhi people, We hope you all are safe! For any emergency help, dial 112.”

In related news, a video titled “Tremors felt in Delhi-NCR, quake epicenter in Afghanistan” has been shared on the Times of India website. The video provides visual coverage of the earthquake and its impact in Delhi-NCR.

Overall, the earthquake in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan caused tremors in Delhi-NCR and nearby areas. However, no damage has been reported so far. Authorities and officials are urging residents to remain safe and seek assistance if required.

News Summary:
★A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck the Hindu Kush region in Afghanistan.
★Tremors were felt in Delhi-NCR and nearby regions.
★The earthquake had a depth of 195 km (121 miles).
★No reports of any damage have been received so far.
★Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and the Delhi Police urged residents to stay safe and seek help if needed.

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