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EBENEZER, DR. S. A., L.M.P., L.C.P. & S. (Bom.), Cong. (Hyderabad—Vikarabad—1952): S. of Late Reverend A. Subbiah; B. Nellore, November 13, 1899; ed. at Coles' Memorial High School, Nellore, Miraj Mission Medical Centre, Miraj, Bombay; m. Dr. (Mrs.) A. R. M. Ebenezer; 1 S. and 4 D.; Independent Registered Medical Practitioner, Hyderabad; Interested in preventive medicine and anti-biotic treatment of diseases; In-charge, Mission Hospital, Hannmakonda (Hyderabad State), 1929-30; Independent Medical Worker, Baruva (Distt. Ganjam), 1931, Vizianagaram, 1932, Chicacole, 1933; Mission Hospital, Jalna (Hyderabad), 1934—42; An ardent Congress Worker, engaged mainly in constructive programme; Enrolling Officer and Member, Ward Committee, 1952; General Secretary, Student Christian Union, Miraj and Student Christian Movement, 1928; Led delegations to Mahatma Gandhi's Sabarmati Ashram and to World Students Christian Federation, Madras, 1929; Chairman, Reconciliation Committee for Christians of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, 1948; Member, Hyderabad Pradesh Congress; An elected Representative of the House of the People on the "Governing Body" of the Indian Council of Medical Research.
Special interest: Rural reconstruction and village medical relief.
Favourite pastime: Poultry farming.
Recreation: Tennis and indoor games.
Permanent address: A/10, 388, Himayatnagar, Hyderabad.