CHENNAI: The top board lived up to expectations and went down to the wire at the 11th and final round of the 43rd National Women Challengers Chess Championship. Leading since the last four rounds, S Vijayalakshmi was facing Mary Ann Gomes. ... New Indian Express, 53 minutes ago
- Photo: S. R. Raghunathan S. Vijayalakshmi. - Photo: S. R. Raghunathan International Master S. Vijayalakshmi (Air India) won the National Women Challengers chess championship at the Nehru Stadium on Saturday with a win in the 11th round to ...The Hindu, 6 hours ago
Chennai, Jun 24 (PTI) International Master Vijayalakshmi Subbaraman of Air India managed a slender half a point lead at 8.5 points after the 10th and penultimate round of the 43rd National Women Challengers Chess Championship here today. ...Press Trust of India, 1 day ago
Chennai: Woman Grandmaster Swati Ghate (LIC) stunned top seed IM Eesha Karavade (PSPB), to move into the joint lead with 4.5 points after the fifth round of the 43rd National Women's Challengers chess championship here on Monday. Swati shares the ...News Today, 4 days ago Swati scalps top seed Eesha in round five to join leading pack New Indian Express, 5 days ago Swati grabs joint lead at National Women Challengers Chess Times of India, 5 days ago Swati grabs joint lead at N'tl Women Challengers Chess Deepika Global, 4 days ago
CHENNAI: TOP seed and IM Eesha Karavade (PSPB) was joint first with 2 points — along with 21 others — after the second round of the 43rd National Women's Challengers Chess Championship at Nehru Stadium. Leading players like IMs Vijayalakshmi S ...New Indian Express, 1 week ago Eesha in joint lead The Hindu, 1 week ago
Chennai, Jun 17 (PTI) Top seed International Master Eesha Karavade scored a comfortable victory over TN girl Varsha C R in the first round of the 43rd National Women Challengers Chess championship here today. Following the top seed with easy first ...Press Trust of India, 1 week ago Top seed Eesha Karavade win easy in National Chess Asia Net India, 1 week ago
Top seed Eesha Karavade beat C.R. Varsha in the first round of the National women Challengers chess championship at the Nehru stadium on Friday. The results (Round one): Eesha Karavade bt C.R. Varsha; Minki Sinha lost to Vijayalakshmi Subbaraman; ...The Hindu, 1 week ago
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