Sources from Athens made a statement that an earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale hit Greece early on Friday that was followed by at least two major aftershocks, Greek seismologists said, where no casualty is reported. Meanwhile the quake that hit at 1.53 a.m. was followed by a 5.6-magnitude aftershock and a 5.1 that struck the same area 16 minutes and 29 minutes later respectively.
As per report it was stated that the epicentre of the quakes was in the Ionian Sea southwest of Zakynthos Island at a depth of 10 km, some 280 km southwest of here, Athens Geodynamic Institute of the National Observatory said.
Moreover it was stated that the tremors caused material damage and electricity cuts and prompted residents to run out onto the streets, the Greek national news agency AMNA said.
CM Chandrababu Naidu unveiled NTR statue Accordingly Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday unveiled a 36 feet tall statue of Telugu Desam Party (TDP) founder and actor turned politician N T Rama Rao at Sattenpalli in Guntur district. Reportedly the bronze statue has been erected on a 40 foot platform at NTR Sagar in the middle of the pond and the state government has plans to develop the region into a mini Tank Bund like the Hussainsagar in Hyderabad.
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