14th March, 2011
Seismic activity noticed at 5:45 PM IST ( 12:13 GMT/UTC) dir North(W) to South(E) location seams near Equator See image below here
Nanded (Maharashtra), March 3 (IANS) The famous Sikh pilgrim city of Nanded and surrounding areas were rocked by a quake early Thursday, forcing people to come out on the streets, police said.
The quake measuring 3.27 on the Richter Scale shook the district at 3.17 a.m.
source : TheIndian
In my previous post, I have written that, an Earthquake might strik India within a span of 12 hours, but there was none and we must thank god for this. The Seismic pulses I felt, were of a significant intensity ones and had a distinct direction. It was felt for a duration of more than 40 seconds and reoccurance was there with in 2 minutes. So everynight, I had prepred my emergency wallet, which comprises of cash, cellphone, credit/debit cards, anti inflamatory drug and some extra cloths nearby. In case of any earthquake, these are the minimum things I do consider important to grab along while rushing out to open space outside building area and I think everyone can follow this. A bottel of fresh potable water is also a must. I have been cheking with google news page for any news about earthgquakes in India within last 24 hours but found nothing listed there, so I asume there was none and I haven’t felt another seismic tremor since last I posted on twitter…All is well here.. Thank God!!
Sixth Sense Blog19-Jan-2011
Read my Sixth Sense tweets about Earthquake predictions, where I experienced Seismic activity 36 Hours before the 7.4 magnitude Earthquake hits Pakistan.
A strong earthquake jolted Sindh, Balochistan and Punjab late Tuesday night. The US Geological Survey recorded the quake magnitude at 7.4, which was very shallow at a depth of 6.3 miles (10 km). It struck 34 miles (55 km) west of Dalbandin, a town in located in western Balochistan. The earthquake shook Karachi, Quetta, Jaffarabad, Sibbi, Lahore, DG Khan, Sargodha and many other towns and cities.
Time of writing of this post is 11:00 Hrs IST (+5:30 GMT)
BBC News – Strong earthquake hits off Indonesian island of Sumatra (9 hours ago)
A 6.3-magnitude earthquake has struck west of Indonesia’s Sumatra Island.
The US Geological Survey said the quake hit at a depth of 18.1 km (11.2 miles) at 1629 GMT – 137km (85 miles) from the port city of Bengkulu. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said there was no threat of a destructive widespread tsunami. Indonesia has recently been struck by many quakes. More than 1,000 people were killed off Sumatra in September.The country sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire, one of the world’s most active areas for earthquakes and volcanoes. read full at BBC website
Moderate earthquake strikes off Indonesia
Posted: 17 February 2010
JAKARTA: A moderate 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia’s Sumatra island on Wednesday but there were no immediate reports of damage and no tsunami warning was issued, seismologists said. The quake struck at 2:08 am (1908 GMT Tuesday), 269 kilometres west of Banda Aceh at a depth of approximately 1.6 kilometres, the US Geological Survey said.
News Source : http://tinyurl.com/ybh5l59
On 15th of Feb, 2010, I experienced 5 quick bumps passing underneath my feet at 5:32 pm IST. This time I was logged into my twitter account and posted immediately on to twitter.com.
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