The water level of the Yamuna had risen to 207.47 metre by 9.45 pm. It is continuing to rise, according to the flood control department. The situation, according to the department, is “very dangerous”.
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With the heavy rains in the catchment areas of the Yamuna, Paonta in Himachal Pradesh has recorded a level which is estimated to be 4 metres above the 1924 record level of 5.85 metres.
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