4.6-magnitude tremor jolts Nepal

A mild tremor measuring 4.6 on the Richter scale, an aftershock of last year’s deadly earthquake, on Saturday jolted central Nepal.

According to National Seismological Centre, the quake hit at 3:24pm and its epicenter was in Sindhupalchowk, 100km North east of Kathmandu.

Thousands of aftershocks have followed the last year’s deadly April 25 earthquake. However, the NSC has processed data of around 460 significant aftershocks, with 4 or more magnitude.