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Exodus stops; workers resume duty

Exodus seems to have stopped. Suggesting a gradual return of normalcy, hundreds of people from the northeast are back to Bangalore in three special trains from Guwahati on Monday. According to Northeast Frontier Railway, three special trains had left for Bangalore on Sunday taking back those who had fled from Bangalore fearing attacks. After four days of panic-driven exodus, the situation eased on Monday with police and railway officials saying it has stopped in Karnataka and reduced to a trickle in Tamil Nadu.

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