A moderate earthquake deep in the Hindu Kush mountain range Tuesday jolted parts of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, but there were no reports of any casualties or damage, officials said. A moderate earthquake of 5.2 magnitude was recorded at 1334 (PST), Zahid Rafi, director of the seismic centre at Pakistan's meteorological department told a foreign news agency. The epicentre of the earthquake was on the Afghanistan-Tajikistan border and its depth was 230 kilometres. It was also felt in Pakistan's Swat Valley and other areas close to Hindu Kush, he said.