Kathmandu: A mild 4.1-magnitude tremor hit central Nepal this morning.
The aftershock was recorded at 10.31 am local time with Gorkha/Dhading epicentre, according to the National Seismological centre.
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On Wednesday, another mild tremor measuring 4 on the Richter Scale was recorded at Kalikot district in western Nepal at 5.32 am.
A total of 452 aftershocks with 4 or more magnitude have been reported after the devastating temblor of April 25 last year that killed nearly 9,000 people
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