New Delhi, May 12: Major earthquakes jolted Nepal once again on Tuesday, May 12. At least 42 were killed in Nepal and another 1,117 were injured.
Meanwhile, fresh tremors were felt in Delhi and across North and North-East India.
The US Geological Survey informed that it was a magnitude of 7.3 quake and the epicentre was between the capital of Kathmandu and Mount Everest.
People in West Bengal, Bihar, Delhi, and other parts of India came out on streets as the strong tremor rocked the regions. Round-the-clock control room has been opened at West Bengal secretariat in Nabanna. The numbers are -- 1070 and 22143526.
Home Ministry of India informed that total 17 people were killed in the country and 16 out of them were from Bihar.
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