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Railways to expand to 350 local trains in Mumbai from today, only essential staff allowed to travel

DNA Wednesday, 1 July 2020 ()
Considered Mumbai's "lifeline", local train services came back on track on June 15 after nearly three months. The services are now being expanded further.
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