1 magnitude quake jolts Afghanistan; tremors felt in India and Pakistan

Earthquake jolts Pakistan, 1 killed

Earthquake jolts Pakistan, 1 killed

No casualties were immediately reported, the spokesman for Afghanistan's National Disaster Management Authority told 1TV.

Initial reports said Pakistan has also felt severe to moderate tremors during the said period. Tremors were also felt in Delhi and adjoining areas.

Panicked residents of the affected towns dashed out of their homes and offices when the tremors struck.

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According to news agency IANS, tremors were felt in many parts of Himachal Pradesh as well.

Parts of North India experience an natural disaster at around 12:06 pm today.

Gul Mohammad Bedar, deputy governor in Badakhshan province, had no details on how the three were injured in the quake centered in Jarm district.

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Early reports emerging from Pakistan indicate substantial damage was caused to buildings in areas that include Balochistan.

An quake shook the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Wednesday.

A school building collapsed in Pakistan's Balochistan province following the quake.

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Other cities that felt the tremors are Chandigarh.

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