Bhubaneswar: The water levels in most of the major rivers in Odisha receded today following scanty rain in the catchment areas during the past 24 hours, official sources said.

Minister says no sign of flood yet

Increasing water levels at key rivers caused by copious rains in their catchment areas have alerted the state government, which is yet to finish the embankment strengthening works in the areas that were inundated in back-to-back flood in September last year. Though water levels at Mahanadi, Bramhani, Subaranarekha and Upper Kolab rivers are below the danger level, their gradual rise amid a low pressure climate indicate a worsening situation in case of further downpour, government officials warned.

Bhubaneswar: Water levels continued to rise in major rivers including Mahanadi following heavy rains in the catchment areas and release of surplus water from various reservoirs in Odisha on Sunday.

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As the country awaits the spread of the monsoon, the water level in 84 major reservoirs crucial for irrigation and power generation is running below the levels of last year.

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New Delhi: Kerala’s tranquil stretches of emerald green backwaters and Mumbai are among several locales on the western and eastern coasts facing threat from the rising sea level due to climate chan

Is India’s thirst for fresh water causing ocean levels to rise? Experts warn that the backwaters of Kerala and the deltas of the Ganga, Krishna, Godavari, Cauvery and Mahanadi on the east coast are being threatened by rising ocean levels.

A recent Nasa study had confirmed that water tables in north India were declining at the rate of one foot per year across the northern states of India with even the ministry of water resources admitting that 109 cubic kilometres of water was lost from the aquifers along the Indus river alone.

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