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An intense performance enjoyed by the audience

Chithra Poornima Satish, upcoming artiste and disciple of Bombay Jaisree started off her Carnatic recital at Raja Muthaiah Mandram on the second day of the December concerts on Sunday, with the Tirupp... The Hindu, 1 month ago

Pride over money

Ahead of the Kingfisher Ultra Indian Derby jockeys take their horses through the grind Even with record prize money of Rs 2 crore at stake, owners eye prestige and not big purse. Although the promotion blitz of the sponsors and the Royal ...
 Mumbai Mirror6 days ago
The Freepress Journal

Grandmaster Swapnil is IIFL Chess Champion

12:08 am Mumbai : Grandmaster Swapnill S Dhopade of Maharashtra with an overall tally of eight points emerged as the Champion of the 2016, and played at the Mount Litera School International, Bandra (East), Mumbai, here, on Friday. International ...
 The Freepress Journal6 days ago Swapnil Dhopade clinches title  Press Trust of India1 week ago GM Swapnil Dhopade in sole lead  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago

SPORT-CHESS 2 LAST(SPB5)

Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Results: Seniors (Round 8): Himal Gusain (6.5) lost to Swapnil S Dhopade (7.5), Stany G A (7) bt Muthaiah A L (5.5), Bhavik Bharambe (6) drew with Ravi Teja S (6), Shardul Gagare (6) bt Praggnanandhaa R (5), Amardeep ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
The Freepress Journal

Aditya Mittal outwits Sriram to take lead in junior chess

MUMBAI: Aditya Mittal, with a tally of 5.5 points, grabbed the lead at the end of the sixth round today of the IIFL Wealth Mumbai International Junior Chess Tournament here Wednesday. In a closely contested game, Mittal overcame the challenge from ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Shardul Gagare becomes India's latest chess Grandmaster

Mumbai: Top seed Shardul Gagare of Maharashtra became India's latest Grandmaster after registering his third successive win by defeating B Sekar in a third-round match of the IIFL Wealth Mumbai International Open Chess Tournament on Saturday. The ...
 IBNLive1 week ago

Solodovnichenko and Belous lead in Chennai Open Chess

Chennai, Jan 24 (PTI) Grandmasters Yuri Solodovnichenko of Ukraine and Vladimir Belous of Russia shared the lead with 7.5 points after the ninth and penultimate round of the 8th Chennai Open International Grandmaster Chess tournament here today. ...
 Press Trust of India2 weeks ago

Gliding through ragas

S. Mahathi, a promising talent of the season, has a voice that works to her advantage. Any wonder then that the vocalist appeared at ease with greha bedham — a difficult exercise where one shifts from a note to another in a raga to arrive at a ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
The Hindu

The sound challenge

Ganjira vidwan Manpoondiya Pillai. His flair for rhythm helped Maanpoondiya Pillai learn to play the instrument quickly Played with one hand and capable of producing unique rhythms, ganjira has become an integral part of Carnatic concerts.
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Ojas surprises Thejkumar with a draw

State Under-17 Cha-mpion Ojas Kulkarni sprang a surprise at Dr TMA Pai Memorial FIDE-Rated Open Chess Tournament organised by Manipal University here at Dr TMA Pai Hall on Monday when he held International Master Thejkumar M S of South Western Railway to a ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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