The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Ramachendra Rao

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Ramachendra Rao, Pingale, B.A., Chief Interpreter, High Court, Madras; s. of late P. Raghava Rao; b. at Trivallur, Chingleput District, 1856; educ: Free Church Mission Branch School, Trivallur; Government High School, Saidapet, Hindu Proprietory School, and the Christian College, Madras; passed B.A., 1877; joined service in Government Agent’s Office, Chepauk, Madras, ISSO; Translator, Appellate Side, Madras High Court, 1880; Interpreter, Presidency Magistrates’ Court, Madras, 1881-2; Deputy Interpreter, Original Side, Madras High Court, 1882-7; Chief Interpreter, High Court, since 1887; President, Egmore Literary Union; Member of the Committee of S.P.C.A., Madras; Editor, S.P.C.A. Journal. Publication: “Tit-Bits of Animal Life” in Telugu and Tamil. Address: 12, High Road, Egmore, Madras, India.