Earthquake: Two more active volcanos on Indian shores

India has seen two more active volcanic eruptions on its coastline and is likely to record another at least one of the two as it braces for another major earthquake.

In April, a magnitude-6.8 earthquake hit the Indian city of Guwahati, killing at least 29 people and injuring hundreds more.

A week later, a 7.8 magnitude quake struck a town in the state of Andhra Pradesh, killing four people.

The latest one is believed to be triggered by the eruption of Mt.

Agung in the southern Indian state of Assam.

Experts say that if the volcano is not contained, a third eruption could be expected to take place in the next two years.