An earthquake occurred in the National Capital Region, including Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, and Gurugram, causing tremors.

The epicentre of the earthquake was located in Afghanistan, with a magnitude of 6.1.

 The earthquake's epicentre was located at latitude 36.48 and longitude 70.45, with a depth of 220 kilometers.

The earthquake incited widespread alarm, leading to furniture tremors in Delhi and the National Capital Region.

 The Pakistan Meteorological Department recorded a 6.0-magnitude earthquake at 2:20 pm, with the Hindu Kush region in Afghanistan as the epicentre.

The US Geological Survey reported the earthquake registered a magnitude of 6.4 on the Richter scale.

No reports of casualties or damage to property have been reported. The region is likely to experience aftershocks due to the significant intensity of the earthquake.

Pakistan is situated in a seismically active region that frequently encounters earthquakes and tremors of varying magnitudes.