4.3 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal around 10:42 am. According to reports, epicentre of the earthquake was at Kathmandu.
Two tremors of moderate intensity jolted the capital of Nepal. It caused panic among people, who rushed out of buildings.
A 4.3 magnitude aftershock was recorded at 10:24 am local time, with epicentre in Kathmandu. Another one of 3.7 magnitude was felt at 4:20 am at Kirtipur area in Kathmandu, according to the National Seismological Centre.
The quakes were strong enough to force people out of buildings.
A total number of 378 aftershocks with 4 or more magnitude have been recorded since the devastating temblor on Apr 25 that killed some 9,000 people.
Earlier on Monday, Aug 10, a powerful earthquake of 6.1 magnitude jolted the northern Afghanistan-Tajikistan border.
The tremors were felt all across North India including Delhi, NCR, many parts of Srinagar, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Punjab.
(With agency inputs)