A powerful earthquake of maginitude 6.6 hit the Pakistan and Afghanistan-Tajikistan border in the Hindukush region on Sunday.
According to the US Geological Survey, the quake struck at at 6:28pm SGT (3:28pm IST), as reported by BBC. The epicentre of the earthquake was 39km from Ashkasham, which is located in the Badakhshan Province in north-eastern Afghanistan.
The tremors were felt across Pakistan and India, along with Afghanistan. According to NDTV, the data from the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre suggest the impact was strongest around a 200km area.
The same report also claims the tremors were felt across the northern part of India, which includes the capital New Delhi, Kashmir and Uttarakhand.