Bihar bears the brunt of Nepal earthquake.
PATNA: While individuals in north Bihar were all the while attempting to adapt to the harm incurred by Tuesday night's squall, a significant quake of 7.9 size on Richter scale, which had its epicenter at Pokhra in Nepal, 84km from Kathmandu, shook the state on Saturday, asserting a few lives and bringing on harms to structures and houses.
Individuals ran for wellbeing as the city experienced tremor around 11.40am. Life very nearly halted from 11.40am to 3pm as individuals relinquished their homes and workplaces to take protect in open spots. A large portion of the open spots like parks and so on were loaded with individuals, who liked to stay outside after the apprehensions of post-quake tremors.
Catastrophe administration division primary secretary Vyasji has put the toll at 32.