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Kerala: The incessant heavy rain continues on Wednesday, took lives of another 15 people raising the death toll to 72, till Wednesday records. The heavy rain increased the water level to an alarming level. The government is taking all the necessary measures to control the situation and to hepl people overcome from such a severe condition. 

The prime minister has taken a "positive stand" towards the state on relief measures, Vijayan told.

According to the sources, on Wednesday, the shutters of 35 out of 39 dams were open all together for the first time in the history. THe heavy rain since Tuesday, filled the reservoir of the dams to the full capacity.

Kerala State Disaster Management Authority chairman PH Kurien said the situation reachedto its alarming condition, till now. The incessant rainfall on Wednesday also added to worsened the condition in the state.

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