5.5-magnitude quake hits India's northern state

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Everything was moving for a while. As per the reports, of the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre, the natural disaster was felt in different parts of the India and the epicentre was 121km, East of Dehradun. After this people understood that the quake has come. It struck at 8:49 pm, at a depth of 30 kilometres, according to the Indian Meteorological Department.

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Media reports said that the tremors were felt in many parts of North India, including Chandigarh and Dehradun.

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There were no reports of loss of property or life. It falls in the Himalayan region. Many people took to Twitter just after they felt the quake.

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This is the second quake in Uttarakhand in the past 24 hours. Even on Tuesday, there was a 3.3-magnitude natural disaster.

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