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Water levels down

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Water levels at the three major reservoirs in the State continued with the declining trend compared to the previous week's recorded levels.

A spokesman of the Central Water Commission said that at Kallada, the level had come down from last week's 310.04 ft to 305.84 ft. Idukki saw the level recede to a new low of 2297.85 ft from the previous week's 2299.55 ft. At Idamalayar, the level looked down from 394.95 ft to 390.58 ft. At Kallada, however, the level had risen by 6.76 ft compared to that recorded during the same time last year, the sources said.

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