Indian Grandmaster Harika Dronavalli earned a hard fought draw in the third round of the elite FIDE Women's Grand Prix chess tournament in Kanty-Mansiysk, Russia, to keep her chances alive for a top-five finish. Playing aggressively right from the start, she pushed her lower ranked opponent from Russia, Natalia Pogonina, into time trouble. But Pogonina made her 40th move within her stipulated time of 90 minutes with barely a few seconds to go. That was enough for her to save the game and share ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Indian chess Grandmaster P Harikrishna scripted history on 6 November by bagging the title of the worlds 10th best chess player. According to the latest rating list released by the games global body, FIDE, Harikrishna is ranked 10th with 2,768 points.catchnews.com, 2 months ago Crucial year for Anand, Praggu Pune Mirror, 3 weeks ago
Grandmaster Surya Sekhar Ganguly hogged the spotlight in his opening match where he gave world champion Magnus Carlsen a fright, but the real surprise of the World Rapid Chess tournament that concluded in Doha on Wednesday was GM Vidit Gujrathi who ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
As the year 2016 slips into the pages of history, a few persons from the State have left an indelible mark in the world of sports — headed by none other than champion shuttler P.V. Sindhu, the first-ever Indian to win a silver medal in badminton ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
Mithali Raj hit a half-century while Ekta Bisht (3/8) and Preeti Bose (3/14) shared six wickets between them to steer India to a comfortable 52-run win over Sri Lanka in the Women's Asia Cup T20 tournament. Brief scores: India: 121/4 in 20 overs (M ...Chandigarh Tribune, 1 month ago
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