A magnitude 4.5 earthquake jolted Gorkha district in Nepal on Tuesday, causing panic among the residents.
The quake was felt in Gorkha district and surrounding areas around 12:35 p.m, according to the National Seismological Center (NSC).
However, there was no report of any damage.
This is the third quake that hit Nepal in the past five days.
On April 13, a 4.6-magnitude earthquake hit Rasuwa district while another 4.8-magnitude quake jolted far-west Nepal's Bajhang district on April 14.
A powerful earthquake struck Gorkha district in April 2015, killing 9,000 people.
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