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Kerala: Water levels increase in major reservoirs

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Water levels in the three major reservoirs - Idukki, Idamalayar and Kallada - have recorded an increase compared to the previous week.

The level increased from 2,324.83 ft to 2,332.91 ft at Idukki; 473.85 ft to 484.81 ft at Idamalayar; and from 345.31 ft to 352.36 ft at Kallada.

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