THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Dams are filling up raising fears of flooding in the state. Red alert has been sounded in eight dams. The water level in Mullaperiyar dam has risen to 135.4 feet. As heavy rains are continuing, the force of the flow of water to the dam is high. If the water level touches 136 feet, a second alert will be issued. The water level in Idukki dam has reached 2361 feet and this is 67% of the storage capacity. Four shutters of the Neyyar dam have opened. Peppara Dam has also opened. If heavy rains continue, the Banasur Dam will also be opened. The water level in Pampa dam is rising. The authorities have informed that the shutters of the dam will be raised for eight hours. Heavy rains in coming days, red alert in three districts today THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A warning has been given that there would be heavy rains in the state… The government has directed KSEB and the irrigation department to inform the respective district administrations 36 hours in advance if there […]