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Most Earthquake prone countries in the world

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#3. India

India has also experienced a series of some deadly earthquakes due to the movement of the Indian tectonic plate at the rate of 47 mm every year. Due to the movement of tectonic plates, India is prone to Earthquakes. India has been divided into five zones on the basis of peak ground accelerations. On December 26, 2004, in the third deadliest earthquake in the history of the world, the tsunami generated killed 15,000 people in India. The 2001 Gujarat earthquake occurred on 26 January, India’s 52nd Republic Day. It lasted for lasted for over 2 minutes and reached 7.7 on the moment magnitude scale killing between 13,805 and 20,023 people, injuring another 167,000 and destroying nearly 400,000 homes.

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India has also experienced a series of some deadly earthquakes due to the movement of the Indian tectonic plate at the rate of 47 mm every year. Due to the movement of tectonic plates, India is prone to Earthquakes. India has been divided into five zones on the basis of peak ground accelerations. On December 26, 2004, in the third deadliest earthquake in the history of the world, the tsunami generated killed 15,000 people in India. The 2001 Gujarat earthquake occurred on 26 January, India’s 52nd Republic Day. It lasted for lasted for over 2 minutes and reached 7.7 on the moment magnitude scale killing between 13,805 and 20,023 people, injuring another 167,000 and destroying nearly 400,000 homes.

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