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Water levels rise in Kerala

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Water levels in the three major reservoirs of the State - Idukki, Idamalayar and Kallada - have registered an improvement when compared with the levels recorded during the last week.

According to figures released by the Central Water Commission, the water level increased from 2314.51 ft to 2316.60 ft at Idukki, 324.51 ft to 327.10 ft at Kallada and 437.24 ft to 443.27 ft at Idamalayar.

Year-on-year, the level rose by 22.67 ft at Idukki, 59.67 ft at Idamalayar and 28.28 ft at Kallada.

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