Dimocarpus longan ?
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1803011-PR For ID- Chennai:  There were two of these tall trees with drooping branches at the
Theosophical Society in Chennai.
As there were no flowers or fruit, I am sending several pics of the leaves.


Pictures TS 006,007 and 008  are those of Pongamia pinnata.


Pictures TS 006, 007, 008 are of Pterocarpus indicus Willd.


Last 3 fotos look like some Pterocarpus (may be P. santalinus) and first 4 fotos look like some Sapindaceae member


I think the the last three pics are not P.santalinus; but looks more like Pongamia pinnata.


Last 3 pictures are of Pongamia pinnata 


Agree with the earlier comments.

First 4 pictures – Leaves are distinctly longer, and there is a copper-tint to young leaves.
Last 3 pictures – Definitely looks like Pongamia Pinnata


1st 4 pictures appear close to Dimocarpus longan as per images and details herein. 


The comparative images donot support the ID by you.
It could be a member of Meliaceae.


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