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INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
2nd class Magistrate. Address: Mysore, India.
KrishnaBwam! Aiyar, P S., Diwan Bahadur (1894) ; b. 1S95 ; descen- dant of a brahmin family who have furnished a long list of subordinate officials in the Tan- jore District ", educ : Government College, Kumbakonam ; entered the service of Pudukkotah State, 1878', rose to the position of Joint Magistrate and Deputy Diwan, Peshkar; conducted the enfran- chisement of the Inams in the State ; h:s chief distinction lay in the methods he adopted for bringing to justice those concern- ed in the famous train dacoity case of 1893 ; retired, 1902. Ad- dress : Kodimangalam, Tanjore, Southern India.
Krlshnaswanii lyergar, A., ISO., 1912 ; retired Deputy Commis- sioner, Salt and Abkari Depart- ment, Madras ; joined service as an Accountant, P. W. Examiner's Office, Madras, 1876; became Deputy Collector, 1891 ; Assist- ant Commissioner of Salt, etc., 1892; retired, 1912. Address: Mylapore, Madras, India.
Krisbnaswami Iyengar, N., B A ,
B.L , Rao Bahadur. (1909); Ex- member, Madras Legislative Council ; connected with various Associations of the District and is a prominent citizen of Kumba- konam ; b. 1863 ; educ : Govern- ment College, Kumbakonam, and the Madras Presidency College; passed B A.,18S2; B L., 1885 ; apprenticed to the late Sir V. Bhashyam Aiyangar ; appointed District Munsift of Kumbakonam which he subse- quently gave up. Address: Kumbakonam, Madras Presi- dency, India.
��KFishnaswarni Rao, Conjeevaram,
B.A., B.L., Rao Bahadur, (1911) ; 3rd Judge, Court of Small Caus- es ; Madras, b. 1867 ; educ : Gov- ernment High School and the Presidency College, Madras ; passed B.A., 1886; B L., 1888; enrolled as Vakil of the High Court, 1889 ; commenced practice in Madras ; joined service as act- ing District Munsift, 1894 ; con- firmed, 1895; became Subordinate Judgfl, 1907; gave evidence before the Royal Public Services Com- mission in their sitting at Madras, 1912 ; appointed 3rd Judge, Court of Small Causes. Madras, 1914. Address: Triplicane, Madras, India.
Krishnaswanii Rao, Kanchf, Dewan Bahadur, (1895), CLE , (1898), Dewan of Travancore (retired); belongs to a respectable Madhwa Desastha brahmin family ; s. of late Mr. Kanchi Venkat Rao; b. 1845; educ: Madras Govern- ment High School (now the Madras Presidency College) ; joined Government service as Record-keeper, Collector's office, Nellore, 1864; became Huzur Sheristadar ; transferred to Judi- cial department as District Mun- sift, 1870; became Sub- Judge, 1878 ; services lent to H. H. the Maharaja of Travancore ; was Judge of the High Court of that State: became Chief Justice, 1884; became Dewan of the State, 1898; retired, 1904; was a iiiem- ber of the Travancore Legislative Council for 15 years, and was its President for 6 years ; is now one of the leading citizens of Mad- ras, and is prominently associat- ed with all public movements ; President, Madras National Fund and Industrial Associa- tion; President, Triplicane Hindu High School Committee; Presi- dent, Madhwa SidhantaOnnahini