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State chess selection

Gujarat State Chess Association, along with Brain Power Chess Academy, will organise the under-9 state selection chess tournament for the National Championship. The tournament will be played at Orient chess club on May 9 and 10. The top-two, from ... AhmedabadMirror.com, 2 weeks ago
Ex-state Champion Ganga No More New Indian Express, 1 week ago

National open chess tourney begins

Comment · print · T T T+· T- : An all-India FIDE rated open chess tournament began at Tavanur on Saturday. K.T. Jaleel, MLA, inaugurated the tournament held under the aegis of the Window Chess Academy, Tavanur, at Kelappaji College of ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

DPSI Student wins National Junior Open Chess Competition

Arun Roshen, a grade 10 student of the Delhi Public School International (DPSI) is the champion of the National Junior Open Chess competition. The tournament which took place at the premises of DPSI in Tema was organised by Mentors Chess Academy ...
 Modern Ghana3 weeks ago

Chess champ from a village dreams big

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Now the boy is going places M. Palani Kumar is a resident of one of the many houses of weavers in Jakkampatti near Andipatti. Today, he is going places, thanks to his passion for the game of chess. A ...
 The Hindu4 days ago

Pratyusha joins the big league of women's chess

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Bodda Pratyusha is the fourth Telugu-speaking girl to get the coveted Women International Master title.Photo: V.V. Subrahmanyam Bodda Pratyusha has joined the big names of women's chess from Telugu-speaking ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

The school for children others excluded

Springwell Special Academy teaches children other schools have deemed too difficult, with 80 pupils who have all been excluded from mainstream education. The Victoria Derbyshire programme has gained exclusive access. "I saw [other children] ...
 BBC1 week ago

The Weird, Wild World of Micro-Nations Where Anybody Can Be King

The e-mail was signed "Regards, His Excellency. President Kevin Baugh, Republic of Molossia." Come again? No, youre not forgetting your ex-Soviet bloc geography. Molossia is not on any world map. But what does exist—"everything a country ...
 Bloomberg3 weeks ago

National spelling bee off to a buzzing start

The contest will see Grade 6 pupils from private and primary schools across South Africa competing in a spelling contest, all aimed at encouraging literacy among pupils. Panyasa Lesufi, MEC for Education in Gauteng, said the competition was ...
 Look Local3 weeks ago Friday 17 April 2015 09:21 The 2015 National Spelling Bee Launched  Noodls1 month ago

Clubs find success in the water ...

0Shares Swimming, gymnastics, table tennis teams compete in national championships, bring home team, individual titles despite obstacles Despite having only a few members, the swim team has had a historic year. It finished 45 out of 75 at the ...
 Individual.com3 weeks ago

Emulate Karthik, young chess players told

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Commissioner of Customs Sk. Khader Rehman felicitating chess player K.V.K. Karthik in Vijayawada on Saturday. —Photo: By Arrangement Andhra Pradesh Chess Association (APCA) and Global Chess Academy on ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
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