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Tarbela, Mangla dams’ water levels mounting up

Staff ReportISLAMABAD: Tarbela and Mangla dams’ water levels are mounting up gradually as national reservoirs are receiving additional supply of water, SAMAA reported on Friday.According to the Indus River System Authority (IRSA), Tarbela Dam’s water level has gone up to 28 feet from the dead level while in Mangla Dam; water level has touched 93...

SAMAA | - Posted: May 6, 2011 | Last Updated: 10 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: May 6, 2011 | Last Updated: 10 years ago
Tarbela, Mangla dams’ water levels mounting up

Staff ReportISLAMABAD: Tarbela and Mangla dams’ water levels are mounting up gradually as national reservoirs are receiving additional supply of water, SAMAA reported on Friday.According to the Indus River System Authority (IRSA), Tarbela Dam’s water level has gone up to 28 feet from the dead level while in Mangla Dam; water level has touched 93 feet from the dead level.Currently 8,000 cusecs additional water is arriving in Tarbela Dam while 9,000 cusecs more being released from it. Tarbela Dam’s total current arrival of water is 91,300 cusecs and 60,000 cusecs being released from it. Its overall water level has climbed to 1,406 feet. Mangla Dam’s total water level has mounted up to 1,133 feet. Arrival of water in Mangala is 72,713 cusecs and release is 45,000 cusecs.At Kala Bagh, 99, 439 cusecs of water is arriving while 91, 439 cusecs is releasing. In Chshma Barrage, 95,973 cusecs of water arrives and 110,256 cusecs is released. At Head Marala of River Chanab, arrival of water is 37,285 cusecs and release is 17,385 cusecs daily. SAMAA

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