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GUWAHATI, April 4 - A mild intensity earthquake measuring 5.2 in the Richter scale rocked the northeastern region around 1:15 pm today. According to the India Meteorology Department (IMD), the epicentre of the tremor was located at Latitude 25.4 degree North and Longitude 94.3 degree East, in Senapati district of Manipur. Its depth was found to be 50 km below the Earth�s surface.

It needs mention here that altogether seven earthquakes have rocked the Northeast so far during the current year. The epicentres of five of these earthquakes, including the one today, were located in Manipur and those of the three of them were located in Senapati district. The epicentre of one of them was located in Churachandpur and the other was located in Chandel district.

The epicentre of one of the rest two earthquakes was located in Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya, while the epicentre of the other one was located in Karbi Anglong district of Assam.

According to the IMD data, a 4.5 magnitude earthquake rocked the northeastern region around 11:02 am on February 2, with its epicentre in Senapati district. Its depth was 127 km below the Earth�s surface. Around 5:15 am on January 28, the region was struck by a 4.5 magnitude earthquake. Its epicentre was located in Churachandpur district of Manipur and its depth was found to be 10 km below the Earth�s surface. It was preceded by a 3.5 magnitude quake occurring in Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya around 2:58 am the same day. Its depth was found to be 5 km.

On January 27, a 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck the region at 10:19 am. Its epicentre was located in Senapati district of Manipur and its depth was found to be 50 km below the Earth�s surface. On January 25, an earthquake of magnitude 4 rocked the region with its epicentre located in Chandel district of Manipur, around 7:59 pm. Its depth was found to be 34 km below the Earth�s surface.

On January 19, an earthquake of the magnitude of 3.4 rocked the region around 2:28 pm. Its epicentre was located in Karbi Anglong district of Assam and its depth was found to be 25 km below the Earth�s surface.

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Year�s 7th quake hits NE

GUWAHATI, April 4 - A mild intensity earthquake measuring 5.2 in the Richter scale rocked the northeastern region around 1:15 pm today. According to the India Meteorology Department (IMD), the epicentre of the tremor was located at Latitude 25.4 degree North and Longitude 94.3 degree East, in Senapati district of Manipur. Its depth was found to be 50 km below the Earth�s surface.

It needs mention here that altogether seven earthquakes have rocked the Northeast so far during the current year. The epicentres of five of these earthquakes, including the one today, were located in Manipur and those of the three of them were located in Senapati district. The epicentre of one of them was located in Churachandpur and the other was located in Chandel district.

The epicentre of one of the rest two earthquakes was located in Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya, while the epicentre of the other one was located in Karbi Anglong district of Assam.

According to the IMD data, a 4.5 magnitude earthquake rocked the northeastern region around 11:02 am on February 2, with its epicentre in Senapati district. Its depth was 127 km below the Earth�s surface. Around 5:15 am on January 28, the region was struck by a 4.5 magnitude earthquake. Its epicentre was located in Churachandpur district of Manipur and its depth was found to be 10 km below the Earth�s surface. It was preceded by a 3.5 magnitude quake occurring in Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya around 2:58 am the same day. Its depth was found to be 5 km.

On January 27, a 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck the region at 10:19 am. Its epicentre was located in Senapati district of Manipur and its depth was found to be 50 km below the Earth�s surface. On January 25, an earthquake of magnitude 4 rocked the region with its epicentre located in Chandel district of Manipur, around 7:59 pm. Its depth was found to be 34 km below the Earth�s surface.

On January 19, an earthquake of the magnitude of 3.4 rocked the region around 2:28 pm. Its epicentre was located in Karbi Anglong district of Assam and its depth was found to be 25 km below the Earth�s surface.

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