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Railway Services within Provinces to commence tomorrow

COLOMBO (News 1st); The operation of railway services within provinces will recommence from tomorrow (25), the General Manager of the Department of Railways Dhammika Jayasundara says.The General Manager of the Department of Railways said that approval has been obtained from the Ministry of Transport, and arrangements have been made to operate a number of 133 train trips tomorrow.He said these trains will only operate for personnel engaged in essential services and urged other passengers to refrain from boarding these trains.However, he says that approval has not been granted to recommence inter-provincial railway services within the country as of yet.Jayasundara added that the Railways Department is also taking steps to increase the

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COLOMBO (News 1st); The operation of railway services within provinces will recommence from tomorrow (25), the General Manager of the Department of Railways Dhammika Jayasundara says.The General Manager of the Department of Railways said that approval has been obtained from the Ministry of Transport, and arrangements have been made to operate a number of 133 train trips tomorrow.He said these trains will only operate for personnel engaged in essential services and urged other passengers to refrain from boarding these trains.However, he says that approval has not been granted to recommence inter-provincial railway services within the country as of yet.Jayasundara added that the Railways Department is also taking steps to increase the
CAMDEN, N.J. - Nine New Jersey counties participated in a gun buyback program on Saturday that offered cash to anyone with unwanted firearms with no questions asked. New Jersey Acting Attorney General Andrew Bruck along with local enforcement agencies coordinated the event. MORE LOCAL HEADLINESUp to $250 was given out to anyone who turned in a gun, max three guns per person at the no questions asked events across the state."All the guns will be run through NCIC, we’ll make sure they’re not stolen, if they are we’ll try to get them back to their owners," Robert Ferris from the Camden County Prosecutor's Office said "Then once the guns are all run, we’ll be taking by them up to the state police."Chief of Police for the Camden County Police

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