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Ex-deputy prosecutor of Kyiv region Korniyets bailed for UAH 3...

2015-07-31T12:02+02:00 12:02 31.07.2015 Former deputy prosecutor of Kyiv region Oleksandr Korniyets, who is suspected of bribery, has left a pre-trial detention facility after bail of UAH 3.2 million was paid, his lawyer Viktor Petrunenko ... Interfax-Ukraine, 4 days ago

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GM Wesley So 42 days

Wesley So played top board for Clichy-Echecs-92 which has won the title 13 times, but despite having a powerful lineup (Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, Dmitry Jakovenko, Laurent Fressinet, Maxim Matlakov etc.) they had to content themselves with second ...
 Business World1 week ago

Unnoticed, Silent Prince of Pawns Making Right Moves

CHENNAI: Junior world champion, country's youngest Grandmaster when he became one (Parimarjan Negi broke his mark in 2006) and part of the only Indian team that won a Chess Olympiad medal (bronze, 2014), Pendyala Harikrishna has done enough to draw ...
 New Indian Express4 weeks ago
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Pendyala Harikrishna Wins Edmonton International Chess Tournament

Representational Photo: A chess board. Grand Master Pendyala Harikrishna won the 10th Edmonton International round robin Chess tournament at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The World No. 25 took the first place in the 10-player round robin event held ...
 NDTV1 month ago Harikrishna Climbing Ladder of Success  New Indian Express1 month ago
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Aronian occupies 10th position in FIDE rankings

YEREVAN, JULY 1, ARMENPRESS. The international chess federation has published the new ratings list. The leader of Armenia's chess team Levon Aronian occupies the tenth position among top 100 chess players. Magnus Carlsen, Viswanathan Anand, ...
 Armenpress1 month ago Levon Aronian loses again  Armenpress1 month ago Levon Aronian lost to world champion  Armenpress1 month ago Levon Aronian ends 6th round of Stavanger in a draw  Armenpress1 month ago

Wesley versus Navara

The group has not been scrimping on the budget either. In the first match back in 2003 it was the legendary Viktor Kocrhnoi, and through the years Navara faced Alexei Shirov, Anatoly Karpov, Boris Gelfand, Nigel Short, Vladimir Kramnik, Vassily ...
 Business World1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Sports: At a glance

Former world champion Viswanathan Anand played out a quick draw with Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria to finish second in Norway chess tournament, part of the Grand Chess tour. The last round did not provide the expected fireworks as Topalov just ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Anand plays out a draw, finishes 2nd  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Anand ends second  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Anand ends 2nd in Norway Chess  Millennium Post1 month ago
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Media: Supporters of the euromaidan protests in Ukraine began the redistribution of property

The coming to power of the supporters of euromaidan in Ukraine is accompanied by the largest redistribution of property between the oligarchs and the new government, Ukrainian media reports. Powerful sharing occurs in 2 directions. First, the ...
 RIN.ru1 month ago
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