Ex-Income Tax Chief Commissioner TCA Ramanujam passes away
TCA Ramanujam, a retired chief commissioner of income taxes, lawyer, expert in Sanskrit, and BusinessLine columnist, passed away. He was 88. As Chief Commissioner of Income Tax until his retirement in 1992, Mr. Ramanujam also spent a year as a member of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal. In 2002, he began his advocacy career again and served as a senior standing counsel for the Income Tax division.
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He graduated from Madras Law College with a law degree and an M.A. in Economics from Vivekananda College. In 1992, he started writing a tax column for The Indian Express, and in 1995, he did the same for BusinessLine. Along with his daughter Ms. Sangeetha, an attorney at the Madras High Court, he founded the journal part of the Income Tax Reporter as an erudite tax jurist.
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