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Epicentres of the tremors were in Dolakha District.
Two light earthquakes of local magnitude 4.8 and 4.2 were recorded in Dolakha of Central Nepal on Monday afternoon.

According to the National Seismological Centre, the fresh earthquakes were recorded at 13:18 and 13:21 pm respectively.

The epicentre of the tremors were closer to a location east of Kathmandu, northeast of Jiri Near Sunkhani and neighbouring the second one closer to Tamakoshi river, in Dolakha district.

The tremor originated from location with coordinates 27.71° N 86.15° E and 27.71° N 86.10° E, according to the NSC.

The last individual earthquake, and not aftershock of the April 25 earthquake, was recorded in Sindhupalchok district on September 29.