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INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
Sen, Mathuranath, B.A., B.L., Rai Bahadur (1911), Pleader; s. of Babu Chendra Mohan Sen ; b. 1861 ; educ : at the Hindu High School, Calcutta ; owns 10,000 acres of land in the district of Bakerganj. .4d^?-ess : Barisal, Bengal Presidency.
Sen, Nayayan Kishan, I. S. O.,
(1911), Treasurer, Collector's Office, Calcutta ; s. of Babu Pran Kishan Sen; g. s. of Babu Madan Mohan Sen, formerly Treasurer of the Bank of Bengal ; edtcc : at the Hindu High School and the General Assemblies Institution, Calcutta ; joined Government Service, 18S2 ; was Treasurer, Post Office, Calcutta;transferred in the same capacity to the Col- lector's Office, Calcutta ; was also Store-keeper of Stamps ; Chairman of the United Reading Room, Calcutta; owns property in the 24 Parganas. Address : 9, Gopi Kishan Pal Lane, Calcutta, India.
Sfn, flatyendra Nath, B.A., At-
torney-at-Law, Calcutta, and Editor, the Indian Mirror, Cal- cutta ; s. of late Rai Bahadur Norendra Nath Sen ; b. at Kanchrapara, Nadia. 1867; ed7ic : at the Presidency College, Cal- cutta, and the Albert Collegiate School, Calcutta ; passed B. A., 1890; became articled to his father to qualify himself asSolici- tor ; enrolled as Attorney ; 1898 ; taken as partner in the firm of Norendra Nath Sen & Co., Soli- citors, Calcutta ; joined the Staft of the "Indian Mirror",Calcutta, as Sub-Editor, 1886 ; became Chief Editor, 1911 ; entered into an agreement with the Govern- ment cf Bengal for conducting a vernacular weekly ' Sulab Sama- char ' and carried it on for some
��time ; married the o. d. of late Deno Nath Sen, L.C.E. ; 3 s. and 5 d. ; Honorary Presidency Magistrate, Calcutta ; Registrar of Marriages under Act 3. of 1873 for the town of Calcutta and the 24 Parganas ; Secretary, Hindu Marriage Reform League, Calcutta ; President, Board of Directors, King's College Hos- pital, Calcutta ; Vice-President, Central Bengal Union; awarded a Certificate of Honour and was granted a medal on the occasion at the Delhi Durbar of 1911. Address: 52, "Indian Mirror " Street, Calcutta.
��Sesha Aiyer, K.G , B A., B.L., Vakil and Member, Travancore Legis- lative Council, Trivandram, S. India.
��S^shagirl A<yer, Hon'ble Mr. Justice T. Y., B.A., B.L., Judge, High Court, Madras ; s. of late Vaidyanatha Aiyer; passed B.A., 1882; B.L., 1895 ; enrolled as Vakil of the Madras High Court, 1886 ; commenced prac- tice in Madras ; Law Lecturer, Madras Law College, for some years ; actively connected with all public movements and public bodies ; President of the 19th Provincial Conference held at Kumbakonam ; raised to the Bench of the Madras High Court, 1913; Fellow, Madras University, 1904 ; represented that body in the Legislative Council, Madras, from 1910-13; introduced in conjunction with Hon'ble L. A. Govindaraghava Aiyer the Religious Endow- ments Bill in the Madras Legis- lative Council. Address ■ Bed- ford House, Gangathareswarar Covil Street, Pursawalkani, Madras.