4.5 magnitude earthquake jolts Meghalaya

There have been no reports of casualties or injuries so far.

4.5 magnitude earthquake jolts Meghalaya

Barely a week after earthquake struck north India, north-eastern state Meghalaya was on Sunday jolted by tremors in the state's East Garo Hills.

According to media report, the earthquake which struck the place at around 9.35 a.m. was measured to be of 4.5 magnitude.

There have been no reports of casualties or injuries so far.

On Monday night, an earthquake measuring 5.8 magnitudes shook northern India strong tremors that lasted for around 30 seconds were felt across northern India.

The epicentre of the earthquake, originated about 15 km below earth's surface, was recorded near Beron Basti Haat Road in Rudraprayag district, about 60 km north of Uttarakhand's Srinagar and 130 km northeast of state capital Dehradun.