The quake had its epicentre in Myanmar side along the Indo-Myanmar border in Manipur’s Moreh border town and occurred at around 8:54 am, officials at the regional seismological centre said.
They said the quake, that last for a few seconds, had its epicentre at a depth of about 10 km underneath the earth’s crust at 24.4°N Latitude and 94.5°E Longitude.
Manipur and all the seven north eastern states of India are categorised under zone V in the country's Seismological map and hence considered highly active.
A moderate intensity quake had rocked the Indo-Myanmar border in Manipur on Wednesday but there was no casualty reported.


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