The group's Chairman Emeritus M A M Ramaswamy had yesterday declared that he has disowned his son M A M R Muthiah whom he adopted in 1996. More.. Interview in Hindu. DC CORRESPONDENT. Ramaswamy News on Hindu. More.. Ananda Vikatan. Published Jun 9, 2015, 9:23 pm IST. A top Income Tax official said that raids were carried out in 37 places of the Chettinad Group in Tamil Nadu, two places in Andhra Pradesh and a few places in Mumbai. Muthiah and Meena Muthiah. Motivation and Self improvement lectures. A crowd 10,000-strong stood around a funeral pyre in Lohdapurva village of Panna district, Madhya Pradesh. MAM Ramaswamy Award. Sakthi Vikatan. But the mood was anything but funereal. Though Ayyappan claims to be Ramaswamy's legal heir, he was not allowed to perform his last rites. Annamalai, the adopted son of Ramaswamy’s late brother M.A.M. Literary and religious lectures. Suki Sivam's Article in Mangaiyar Malar Dec 2008. The funeral will be held on Sunday here," Muthiah told IANS. The long-running family feud between industrialist and former chairman of Chettinad Group M A M Ramaswamy and his adopted son M A M R Muthiah (also known as Ayyappan) intensified on Tuesday with the father rejecting the son's truce offer. THE SLOW DESCENT INTO CHAOS: 1907: Annamalai Chettiar (MAM Ramaswamy's grandfather) and his brother Ramaswamy Chettiar set up Indian Bank to counter British mercantile bank Arbuthnot & Co 1916: Annamali Chettiar joins the legislative council of Madras Presidency 1921: He is appointed the governor of Imperial Bank of India, the oldest and the largest commercial bank in the Indian subcontinent. It was performed by M.A.M.M. On the day of the funeral, heavy police force was deployed at the Chettinad palace to avoid any untoward incidents. “On my death my son should not light my funeral pyre,” said Ramaswamy dramatically, formally disowning MAMR Muthiah, who was adopted by Ramswamy and his wife Sigappi Achi in 1996. Read more about No compromise with foster son, says M A M Ramaswamy on Business Standard. MAM Ramaswamy Ramaswamy headed the Chettinad group having interests in cements, logistics and other business. M A M Ramaswamy, the 84-year-old business tycoon who once controlled the 103-year-old Chettinad empire in Chennai, is in a critical condition, said so Turf baron MAM Ramaswamy more at home with thoroughbreds. NATION Begging Act: The poverty trap ... Ramaswamy, or MAM, as he is popularly known, India's biggest racehorse owner, towers over the Indian racing scene like a giant. Classes and Workshops through Training Institute.