Mumbai locals back on the lockdown train amid rising Covid-19 cases

As despair grips the city, there is a familiarity with which its citizens are beating the lockdown drum. "We know what to do and also, we had a day to get organised," says a small businessman

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Passengers stand outside the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus to board outstation trains, amid a spike in Covid cases, in Mumbai on Wednesday

The financial capital of India has switched on its silent mode. A year since the country began its tryst with lockdowns and a coronavirus-infected world, Mumbai is caught in a

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First Published: Apr 15 2021 | 6:10 AM IST

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