Kathmandu, July 13: Two mild tremors of over 4-magnitude were felt across Nepal on Monday, bringing the total number of aftershocks to 352 following the country's worst temblor on April 25.
A 4.2 magnitude aftershock was recorded by the National Seismological Centre at 5.39 pm with the epicentre at Dolakha district, situated 85 km east from here.
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Another 4 magnitude aftershock was recorded at 4.01 pm with epicentre at Rasuwa district.
A total 352 aftershocks with 4 or more magnitude have been recorded since the April 25 that killed nearly 9,000 people and caused widespread devastation.