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Western Railway incurred a loss of Rs 1,959 crore due to COVID-19

DNA Sunday, 2 August 2020 ()
In a press statement, Western Railway said the total loss includes Rs 291 crores for suburban sections and Rs 1,668 crores for non-suburban.
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