5.8 earthquake rattles Hindu Kush region near Kashmir

March 21, 2011AFGHANISTAN – Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir’s summer capital Srinagar and other parts of the valley were jolted by a 5.8-magnitude earthquake on Monday afternoon, an official said. Sonam Lotus, the director of the local weather office, said: ‘An earthquake measuring 5.8 on the Richter scale hit Srinagar and other parts of the valley at 3.19 p.m. ‘The quake was of moderate intensity with its epicenter in the Hindukush region at latitude 36.5 degrees north and longitude 17.9 degrees east,’ she said. The tremors were felt by residents of Srinagar, but no loss of life or property has been reported so far. –Sify
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5 Responses to 5.8 earthquake rattles Hindu Kush region near Kashmir

  1. Diganth says:

    Before it used to be a curiosity for catastrophe prone risky area on Earth. Now I guess the time has come to search the safer places. We have exploited nature so much all these time under the label of civilization,we shall never be forgiven. Better late than never.


  2. Devin says:

    One plate movement effects another, this is going to continue, and get much more frequent (I beleive)…and most of these events will not be covered by your local news channel. It is all about Libya, and the NWO taking hold.


  3. Samtemp says:

    Thanks for the info on your site, Alvin. Excellent stuff.

    I’m reading from some forums that primary sources are deleting some high quake readings – perhaps to keep panic at bay. Have you found any evidence of this?

    An interesting update on the ongoing Japan nuclear incident: might find interesting:


    • Thanks Samtemp, information is defintely being removed and I can’t say what the exact motive is but certainly removing it with no explanation is exciting the conspiracy feeding frenzy.


    • J Guffey says:

      Thanks for posting this. I’ve been wondering why this had not already been done.
      By the way I appreciate the work you put in the EP site. I love cross-referencing and your site is very informative and most of the time makes so much more sense than anything found on the web.
      What an eye-opening experience the last 4-5 months have been for me.


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