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EARTHQUAKE HITS IRAN ....felt in Delhi,Dubai


Update:   (That was for long time around 8 seconds) office Buildings evacuated .there are news coming that 4 people injured.quantity could increase .. The US Geological Survey says  it struck at 1044 GMT at a depth of 73 miles.
The quake hit approximately 86km south east of the city Khash, according to the USGS. The city has appopulation of 56,000.
Five people were reportedly injured in Uklana in Haryana, while some buildings suffered damage in Hisar.
National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) chief Prakash Mishra, however, said its forces were ready to deal with any emergency. "We have no information of any incident in Delhi as of now. People are ready in case it is required."
The fire brigade and police too said they had not received any immediate calls of casualty or damage.
The tremors were felt across Delhi and the adjoining satellite towns of Ghaziabad and Noida in Uttar Pradesh at a 1:11 pm. The quake took place nine km below the surface.

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