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Pazhassi Dam

The Pazhassi Dam also called Kulur Barrage is a stone masonry diversion structure in Kannur district, Kerala, India. It is named after king Pazhassi Raja, a patriot who died a heroic death in the war. The dam is constructed across the west flowing Bavali river near Veliyambra. It was commissioned by Prime Minister Morarji Desai in 1979. It mainly functions as an irrigation dam, serving a command area of 11,525 hectares (28,480 acres) in Iritty taluks of the Kannur District. The water from this dam also meets the drinking water requirement of Kannur district.

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Chavassery village office

Chavassery Village is surrounded by hills, slopes, rivers, streams and plains and is lush green. The Chavassery Village Office Building, about 5 km east of Mattannur, opposite the Chavassery Government Higher Secondary School, was inaugurated on 23-06-1995 by the then Revenue Minister Shri KM Mani.

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