PTI New Delhi:International Master Padmini Routplayed out a hard fought draw with her PSPB teammate EeshaKaravade that helped her to secure a hat-trick of title winsin the National Women Premier Chess Championship. Ending her tally with eight ... News Today, 3 weeks ago
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Devoid of any last minute-suspense, the crowning of Padmini Rout as the National women chess champion was a smooth affair. The defending champion completed a hat-trick of titles with a business-like approach following a 26-move draw with top seed ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
Soumya takes on Mary Ann Gomes. Vijayalakshmi, 37, will play R. Vaishali, 15, in a battle of generations. The stage is set for an exciting finale of the National women chess championship after Soumya Swaminathan pulled off a much-needed victory ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Victorious Soumya closes in on Padmini; Exciting finale on cards The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: International Master and defending champion Padmini Rout inched closer to retaining her title after settling for a draw with PSPB team mate Mary Ann Gomes in the 10th and penultimate round of the 43rd here today. The draw with black ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago Padmini inches closer to title Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago Padmini surges ahead in National Women Premier Chess Championship Times of India, 4 weeks ago Padmini Rout surges ahead Press Trust of India, 4 weeks ago
New Delhi:Two-time champion and International Master Padmini Rout of PSPB remained on course for her third title triumph in the 43rd National Women PremierChampionship after signing peace with lowest ranked P BalaKannamma in the ninth round ...News Today, 3 weeks ago Padmini remains a point ahead in National Chess Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago Padmini beats Vijayalakshmi to stay on top Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago Padmini Rout remains a point ahead in National Chess Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
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In a much-awaited clash, defending champion Padmini Rout produced a strong finish to crush S. Vijayalakshmi's title-hopes in the National women chess championship here on Friday. Padmini, looking for her third straight title, cleared a major ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
In what should rank among the biggest upsets in the history of National women chess championship, 20-year-old P. Bala Kannamma made a mockery of rating in getting past title-contender S. Vijayalakshmi in the seventh round here on Thursday. In a ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
With five rounds to go in the National women's chess championship, the battle is hotting up. Padmini, looking for a third straight title, has managed to stay half-a-point ahead of the pack through pluck and luck. If her victories have come in a ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
Using all her experience, S. Vijayalakshmi carved out a much-needed victory over a previously-unbeaten Mary Ann Gomes as the sixth round of the National women's chess championship saw four former champions lose here on Tuesday. Along with Mary, a ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
It was the kind of wake-up call that could well see S. Vijayalakshmi stay more alert through the remainder of her campaign for the record-improving seventh National women chess title. In the fourth round, the 37-year-old messed up a completely ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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