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Come June 1, 23 trains to start from Mumbai – Times of India

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MUMBAI: Of the 200 scheduled train services that will resume from June 1 across the country, 23 pairs of long-distance trains will originate from and arrive at the Central Railway and Western Railway stations here.
Booking for the combined AC and non-AC trains will start from 10 am on May 21. Only online e-ticketing will be available through the IRCTC website or mobile app. No tickets will be sold at reservation counters at any station. The advance reservation period will be maximum 30 days.
According to the list issued by the Railway Board, daily services from Mumbai to Uttar Pradesh include the Kushinagar Express, Kamayani Express, Mahanagari Express, BDTS-Gazipur, Gorakhpur-LTT, BDTS-Gorakhpur Awadh Express and Pushpak Express. Train to and from Bihar are Darbhanga Express, LTT-Patna, BDTS-Muzzafarpur Awadh Express and LTT-Patliputra Express.
Heading towards south India will be the CSMT-Gadag Express, Udayan Express to Bengaluru, Hussain Sagar Express to Hyderabad and Nethravati to Thiruvananthapuram.
WR will run Karnavati Express, Jaipur Express and Suryanagari to Gujarat and Rajasthan. Paschim Express and Golden Temple Express are for Punjab.
For eastern India, the trains are Konark Express, Howrah-Mumbai Mail and LTT-Guwahati Express.
Only passengers with confirmed tickets will be allowed to enter the station, and undergo screening. Only asymptomatic passengers will be allowed to board the trains. There will be no unreserved coaches in the trains.