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    EarthQuake Hits Pakistan
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    • The quake was 196 km (120 miles) deep and centred 82 km southeast of Feyzabad in a remote area of Afghanistan in the Hindu Kush mountain range. - Yahoo India

    • hawchawc Member, Moderator, LIR
      edited October 2015

      I hope all my fellow LET'ers out that way are OK.

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-34636269

    • felt it in India too

    • cfgguycfgguy Member, Provider

      Yes, It was bad in gurgaon. One of aon hewitt recently building got big cracks. Everyone is safe .

      KGR

    • It felt for almost 5 minutes. Unfortunately there are around 100 casualties in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Hope everyone is safe.

      There was massive earthquake in Pakistan on October 6, 2005.

    • XiNiXXiNiX Member, Provider

      Close to 150 casualities.
      RIP

      Mother nature has really been harsh with South Asia this year.

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    • I Hope every one from India and Pakistan are safe

      Make your choice on your own But i can help you to make them right.

    • adxnadxn Member, Provider

      Not only Pakistan the quake was felt in India,Bangladesh,Afganistan and Tajikistan but Pakistan and Afganistan was the most to suffer! RIP

      Sincerely,

      Shubhankar From Wuugly

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    • Guys if you are your family members in earth quake affected areas need any help that I or We can do

      send me a PM i will do at the best of what i can

      Make your choice on your own But i can help you to make them right.

    • 28Tom28Tom Disabled

      Good friend in Pakistan. Fair few buildings got cracks in and the odd one collapsed. Ambulances everywhere he said but yeah. Also @arpanjot how bad was it in India. My sisters near bangalore?

    • adxnadxn Member, Provider

      @28Tom said:
      Good friend in Pakistan. Fair few buildings got cracks in and the odd one collapsed. Ambulances everywhere he said but yeah. Also arpanjot how bad was it in India. My sisters near bangalore?

      No effect in South India and Maharastra and Goa people in India felt the quake in New Delhi and Ahmedabad and there was some small damage in Jammu and Kashmir. Your sister is safe!

      Sincerely,

      Shubhankar From Wuugly

    • 28Tom28Tom Disabled

      @adxn said:
      No effect in South India and Maharastra and Goa people in India felt the quake in New Delhi and Ahmedabad and there was some small damage in Jammu and Kashmir. Your sister is safe!

      Phew thanks. Yeah Kashmir was only hit 10 year ago and badly.

    • @28Tom said:
      Good friend in Pakistan. Fair few buildings got cracks in and the odd one collapsed. Ambulances everywhere he said but yeah. Also arpanjot how bad was it in India. My sisters near bangalore?

      SouthIndia is safe northern corridor is affected like (North- India,Pakistan,Afghanistan,Bangladesh)

      Make your choice on your own But i can help you to make them right.

    • @28Tom said:
      Good friend in Pakistan. Fair few buildings got cracks in and the odd one collapsed. Ambulances everywhere he said but yeah. Also arpanjot how bad was it in India. My sisters near bangalore?

      there were no casualties in India. no need to worry :)

    • adxnadxn Member, Provider

      New Delhi and the whole Kashmir is in the same plate so whenever there is a quake in Afganistan, Pakistan or Nepal you can feel it if you are in Delhi

      Thanked by 1arpanjot

      Sincerely,

      Shubhankar From Wuugly

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