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The quake's epicentre was in Baghpat, about 50 kilometres to the north of Delhi.
A mild 4.0-magnitude earthquake struck western Uttar Pradesh's Baghpat on Wednesday morning, according to the National Centre for Seismology.
The quake, epicentred in Baghpat in north of Delhi, occurred at 7:59 am.
Tremors were felt in the neighbouring region, including the national capital.
Soon Twitter was flooded with earthquake tweets from people all over Delhi and NCR region.
#earthquake— वेदिता मलिक (@malik_vedita) February 20, 2019
At 7:59 am in delhi
Usually I don't feel it
But today I guess tremors were quite strong
#Earthquake rocks India 8 am sharp,all North India effected, epicenter in uttrakhand again,6.8 intensity for 22 seconds.Lot tremors.— Jagjit (@COMMANMANOFUPA) February 20, 2019
So far no casualty or damage has been reported.