Moderate intensity quake in Kashmir Valley
Srinagar: A moderate intensity earthquake rocked the Kashmir Valley Saturday morning, disaster management officials said. No damage to life or property has been reported so far.
"The magnitude of the earthquake was 4.7 on the Richter Scale. It occurred at 5.02 am on Saturday morning," Aamir Ali, in-charge of the provincial disaster management cell, told a news agency.
"The epicentre of the quake was in the Hindukush mountain range of Afghanistan. The coordinates were 36.4 degrees north and 71.4 degrees east."
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