Originally posted by: cyberhippieYeah it's worth remembering for our older members that foriegner can also avail themselves of the over 60s rule on IR, with a thirty percent discount!
Originally posted by: vsp27759Dear Shimla,
""I also believe that one needn't carry any proof of age during the journey""
@@@A senior citizen must carry proof of age during journey. If he forgets to do so, then the difference between Full Fare and SRCTZN Fare will be collected from him.
(Prior to this Rule, if a SRCTZN forgets to carry proof of age, then he was being treated as travelling without ticket, and he used to be penalized accordingly. My mother had to pay heavy penalty when she had forgotten to carry the proof of age. Subsequent to that, this amendment came)
Originally posted by: MerchantI imagine that if you are an NRI, you have to offer some proof of your foreigness . . .