Major Earthquake rocks North India; Kashmir, Delhi affected

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| Monday, October 26, 2015 - 17:59
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NEW DELHI: Major tremors were felt in different parts of India on Monday around 2:45 PM for over one minute. While Delhi and NCR witnessed strong jolts, Srinagar experienced a massive earthquake. (Also Read: Experiencing an Earthquake? Here is what to do during and after an earthquake)
 
Different parts of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana also witnessed strong jolts. The epicenter of this quake is reported to be Hindukush Mountains, Afghanistan measuring 7.2 on the Richter scale. 
 
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Major earthquake rocks North India : Delhi and J&K affected

Afghanistan- Pakistan – India were jolted on the eve of November on 26 November 2015 by a massive earthquake. While Pakistan and Afghanistan faced its major brunt of devastation , North India covering Delhi , Haryana , Punjab , Himachal Pradesh and J&K was rattled. In this regard , readers may like to know that this Panchkula based Vedic astrology writer had predicted occurrence of earthquake in North of India for November 2015 in article – “ Months of substantial concern for India in next year 2015” - published as early as last year on 23rd October 2014 in an online magazine thesop.org. It is relevant to reproduce related parts from the article : “ This spell is followed by another spell in November and December when Mars joins Rahu, the North Node of the Moon. Earthquakes , landslides , territorial conflicts could surface. Food and other crops , minerals and metals may somewhat disappoint. These seem to be relating to North or West direction reckoned from Delhi. Punjab or Rajasthan may also take a cue”. The precise accuracy of the prediction makes utility of Vedic astrology overwhelmingly apparent.

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