New Delhi Earthquake Sept 7, 2011: 4.2 Magnitude (Live Updates)
Earthquake Hits New Delhi on Same Day as Bomb
A large earthquake shook New Delhi at 11:30pm local time on September 7, 2011. The quake was reported across Twitter, beating mainstream media by about 20 minutes. The Times of India reported the Delhi earthquake as measuring 6.6 in Magnitude, but that has since been adjusted: the quake is now being reported as measuring 4.2 in magnitude.
The earthquake is being widely reported across Twitter and on mainstream news sites like Reuters, but there's no sign of it yet on USGS. The epicenter of the earthquake was apparently in Sonipat, which is around 31 miles north of New Delhi.
Earlier the same day, a bomb blast at the Delhi High Court Building killed nine people:
The quake was felt in New Delhi and across the NCR (National Capital Region).
There have been no reports of major damage or injury so far.
We will update this story as it develops, and you can see live Twitter updates below.