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Water level declines further in Kerala

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Water levels at major reservoirs in the State have declined when compared to the levels recorded last week. Kallada witnessed a drop from 332.02 ft to 329.79 ft while, in Idukki, the largest reservoir, the level fell from last week's 2310.67 ft to 2309.27 ft. At Idamalayar, the level looked down from last week's 431.50 ft to 426.41 ft.

Kallada is at a level higher by 12.53 ft than the level recorded during this time the last year. However, in the two other reservoirs, it has fallen from the respective position a year ago.

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