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22 years is a long time to fight a court battle, but nine baht is nine baht, right? A lawyer in India believes so, and has fought for justice against Indian Railways for more than two decades because he was overcharged by 20 Indian rupees, the equivalent of almost 9 baht, 21 pence, or 25 American cents. The lawyer who is now 66 years old, bought a train ticket in 1999 in Uttar Pradesh to travel from Mathura station to Moradabad, a 70-rupee (31-baht) ride. But he was charged 90 rupee and despite his protests, he was not refunded. The […]

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