Tremor felt in Kathmandu Valley at midnight
KATHMANDU: A tremor was felt in several places in the Kathmandu Valley and adjoining districts after midnight.
The National Seismological Centre said it was a light aftershock of the last year's earthquake.
It was of local magnitude 4.2 with its epicentre in a location between Naubise and Jeewanpur of Dhading district. The epicentre lies southwest of the Kathmandu Valley. The NSC recorded the tremor at 00:54 am.
Thousands of aftershocks have followed the April 25 earthquake in 13 months. But the NSC has processed data of around 460 significant aftershocks, including some minor ones that epicentred in the Capital, and published their magnitude and epicentre on its website.
A tremor was felt in several places in the Kathmandu Valley at around 00:55 am.
Its magnitude and epicentre are immediately not known.