Kathmandu, Jun 2: A 4-magnitude aftershock was today felt in Nepal, nearly five weeks after the country's worst quake killed nearly 9,000 people.
However, the tremor recorded at 10.48 am with epicentre at Dolakha district, was felt over 30 hours after an aftershock was recorded yesterday morning.
The number of aftershocks has significantly declined since yesterday.
As many as 294 aftershocks with 4 or more magnitude were recorded by the National Seismological Centre since the April 25 temblor.
Many activities have been back to normal five weeks after the earthquake that killed nearly 9,000 people across Nepal.