Kathmandu: Nepal shakes again to two tremors on Sunday resulting in the anxious citizens spending the night in footpaths. It has been known that the first quake was felt at 01:27 Am on Sunday morning which was measured at 4.6 on Richter Scale. The epicenter of the quake was located at Sindhupalchak district, 75 Kms from Kathmandu.
The second tremor was felt at 10:07 Am on Sunday morning which was measured at 4.2 on Richter Scale. The epicenter of this quake was located in Dhading district.
This is the 382nd time that Nepal has shaken to aftershocks following the devastating quake of April 25 which killed over 9000 people.