#1 May 16th, 2007, 21:25
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- Apr 2004
I think Laalu's innovative management is being cascaded well into the organisation.
We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools - MLK
#9 May 16th, 2007, 23:08
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- Pompey fan in exile
Quote:It does sound plausible. They don't say what happened to the passenger who pulled the emergency chain. I would expect they were lynched, or forced to provide the hardest push.
Quote:Well, it's a fact that e.g. you're in an A/C compartment and the a/c fails, you are entitled to a refund of part of the fare. (The procedure is well laid out in IR's "Trains at a Glance" for those who don't believe me). Taking off from there, since train fares are based on kms travelled, technically the passengers wud be entitled to a refund for the proportional distance that they did not travel ON the train, but were pushing it instead!
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