Hyderabad: Dressed in bright green salwar suit, GM D. Harika was enjoying herself at Hyatt Regency in Chennai, the venue of the world chess championship. Apart from accompanying her foreign chess friends and journalists to temples and for ... Deccan Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
Share· Comment · print · T+· T- Harika Bhogaraju, VII, Ryan International School, Bangalore Shubhanga J, I, Sri Chaitanya Techno School, Bangalore Lohith S, II, Cambridge Public School Yaajushi Hulgundi, (8 years old), Primus ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
PUNE: K Humpy lived up to her reputation as one of the strongest woman players at the world level by winning the Tashkent GP on Monday. According to the webcast, the Indian tallied eight points in 11 round of 12-player round-robin event in ...Times of India, 2 months ago Humpy leads, Harika second The Hindu, 2 months ago
Maharashtra's Mrunmayi Saoji underlined her credentials as a fast improving player when she caused an upset in the third round of the U-17 and U-19 girls singles categories on the second day of the 38th Junior National Badminton Championship here ...ProKerala.com, 2 days ago
Ludhiana, November 6 Rail travellers intending to undertake journeys to their native places for the ongoing festival season are at the receiving end as the Northern Railway authorities have failed to provide adequate rail-travel facilities for the ...Chandigarh Tribune, 4 weeks ago
Koneru Humpy experienced a mild hiccup before winning the Tashkent Grand Prix. She finished with 8 from 11, with a score of +6 -1,=4. The loss came to Bela Khotenashvili who came second with 7, edging Lagno (also 7) on the tiebreak. D Harika (6.5) ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Koneru Humpy wins FIDE Women's Grand Prix chess title at Tashkent KeralaNext.com, 2 months ago Humpy wins The Hindu, 2 months ago
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