Retired, but not tired

Surrinder Lal Kapur lived a full and interesting life as a civil servant, and he continues to do so even years after retirement

It was sometime in the summer of 1985. Surrinder Lal Kapur, the 1960-batch IAS officer, the then Financial Commissioner (Taxation) in his home state, Punjab, was in Srinagar to participate in a meeting of sales tax and excise officers of the northern zone. He was introduced to a young IAS from Jammu & Kashmir, Sham Singh Kapur.



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