V.R. Nedunchezhiyan (11 July 1920 – 12 January 2000) was a former finance minister of the state of Tamil Nadu, India. He was also the acting chief minister of Tamil Nadu in two tenures (3 February 1969 – 10 February 1969 and 24 December 1987 – 7 January 1988). He was born at Thirukkannapuram and was initiated into politics during his days at Annamalai University. He joined the Dravidar Kazhagam party in 1944, but, along with C. N. Annadurai, moved away to form the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) in 1949.

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  • V. R. Nedunchezhiyan (auch Nedunchezhian; Tamil: இரா. நெடுஞ்செழியன் Irā. Neṭuñceḻiyaṉ [ˈneɖɯɲˌʒeɻijən]; * 11. Juli 1920 in Tirukkannapuram; † 12. Januar 2000 in Chennai) war ein indischer Politiker (DMK und AIADMK). Er war zweimal (1969 und 1987/88) jeweils für kurze Zeit amtsführender Chief Minister des Bundesstaates Tamil Nadu. Daneben bekleidete Nedunchezhiyan 1967–76, 1980–87 und 1991–96 verschiedene Ministerämter unter den Chief Ministern C. N. Annadurai, M. Karunanidhi, M. G. Ramachandran und J. Jayalalithaa. Von seinen Anhängern wurde er mit dem Ehrentitel Navalar (நாவலர் Nāvalar [ˈnɑːʋələr] „Gelehrter“) bedacht. (de)
  • V・R・ネドゥンチェリヤン(நெடுஞ்செழியன் : V.R. Nedunchezhiyan)は、インドの政治家。主にタミル・ナードゥ州の政治に参画した。州内閣において財務大臣と二度の州首相代行を務めた。1920年生、2000年没。 (ja)
  • V.R. Nedunchezhiyan (11 July 1920 – 12 January 2000) was a former finance minister of the state of Tamil Nadu, India. He was also the acting chief minister of Tamil Nadu in two tenures (3 February 1969 – 10 February 1969 and 24 December 1987 – 7 January 1988). He was born at Thirukkannapuram and was initiated into politics during his days at Annamalai University. He joined the Dravidar Kazhagam party in 1944, but, along with C. N. Annadurai, moved away to form the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) in 1949. He died of heart failure in hospital on 12 January 2000. He was survived by his wife, Visalakshi, and a son. (en)
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  • V. R. Nedunchezhiyan (auch Nedunchezhian; Tamil: இரா. நெடுஞ்செழியன் Irā. Neṭuñceḻiyaṉ [ˈneɖɯɲˌʒeɻijən]; * 11. Juli 1920 in Tirukkannapuram; † 12. Januar 2000 in Chennai) war ein indischer Politiker (DMK und AIADMK). Er war zweimal (1969 und 1987/88) jeweils für kurze Zeit amtsführender Chief Minister des Bundesstaates Tamil Nadu. Daneben bekleidete Nedunchezhiyan 1967–76, 1980–87 und 1991–96 verschiedene Ministerämter unter den Chief Ministern C. N. Annadurai, M. Karunanidhi, M. G. Ramachandran und J. Jayalalithaa. Von seinen Anhängern wurde er mit dem Ehrentitel Navalar (நாவலர் Nāvalar [ˈnɑːʋələr] „Gelehrter“) bedacht. (de)
  • V・R・ネドゥンチェリヤン(நெடுஞ்செழியன் : V.R. Nedunchezhiyan)は、インドの政治家。主にタミル・ナードゥ州の政治に参画した。州内閣において財務大臣と二度の州首相代行を務めた。1920年生、2000年没。 (ja)
  • V.R. Nedunchezhiyan (11 July 1920 – 12 January 2000) was a former finance minister of the state of Tamil Nadu, India. He was also the acting chief minister of Tamil Nadu in two tenures (3 February 1969 – 10 February 1969 and 24 December 1987 – 7 January 1988). He was born at Thirukkannapuram and was initiated into politics during his days at Annamalai University. He joined the Dravidar Kazhagam party in 1944, but, along with C. N. Annadurai, moved away to form the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) in 1949. (en)
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