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Rohan wins championship

PANJIM: Goa State champion Rohan Ahuja of Sharda Mandir High School, Mira Mar added yet another feather to the cap as he clinched the top honours at the all-India FIDE rated rapid chess championship, organized by Mushtifund Sports Academy in ... Goa Herald, 1 day ago
Jagran Post

Adhiban best Indian in Qatar Masters, Yangyi wins title

DOHA: Grandmaster B Adhiban emerged as the best performing Indian and finished among the prizes after drawing the final-round game with Ding Liren of China in the Qatar Masters International chess tournament that concluded here. Starting with two ...
 Times of India1 week ago Rajpara downs Naiditsch in Qatar Masters chess opener  Times of India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Adhiban holds Xiangzhi in Qatar Masters International

DOHA (Qatar): Indian Grandmaster B Adhiban held higher-ranked Bu Xiangzhi to a draw while Vladimir Kramnik of Russia put it across Salem Saleh of UAE to emerge as the sole leader in the Qatar Masters international Open Chess tournament on Thursday. ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Adhiban holds Xiangzhi; Kramnik shoots into lead  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Chess: B Adhiban holds Bu Xiangzhi; Vladimir Kramnik shoots into lead at Qatar Masters  IBNLive India News2 weeks ago Adhiban holds Xiangzhi, Kramnik shoots into lead  The Statesman2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Adhiban beats Kuzubov; Kramnik beats Giri

The Hindu Grandmaster B. Adhiban TOPICS Grandmaster B Adhiban scored his fifth victory on the trot, beating Ukraine's Yuriy Kuzubov, to grab the joint fifth spot after the seventh round of the Qatar Masters International Open Chess tournament in ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Adhiban beats Kuzubov in Qatar Masters International  Times of India2 weeks ago Adhiban Beats Kuzubov, Kramnik Beats Giri  Outlook India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Abhijeet holds Harikrishna

Grandmaster Abhijeet Gupta continued his fine form to hold the much higher-ranked Indian P. Harikrishna to an easy draw in the sixth round of the Qatar Masters International Open chess tournament here on Tuesday. With his second straight draw ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Chess: Abhijeet Gupta Holds Harikrishna in Qatar Masters  Outlook India2 weeks ago Qatar Masters: Abhijeet Gupta holds Harikrishna  The Hindu2 weeks ago Abhijeet Gupta holds Harikrishna in Qatar Masters  Times of India2 weeks ago
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The Hindu

Qatar Masters Open: Shyam Sundar holds Vladimir Kramnik

Special Arrangement M. Shyam Sundar. File photo TOPICS GM M. Shyam Sundar achieved the best result of his career when he held former world champion Vladimir Kramnik to a draw in the second round of Qatar Masters International Open chess ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Chess: Shyam Sundar holds Vladimir Kramnik  The Hindu2 weeks ago Shyam Sundar holds Vladimir Kramnik at Qatar Masters chess  Jagran Post3 weeks ago
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The Hindu

Chess: P Harikrishna crushes Bartosz Socko; Abhijeet Gupta held by Matthieu Cornette at Qatar ...

Press Trust of India | November 30, 2014 13:28 PM Doha: P Harikrishna, the highest rated Indian in fray, crashed through the defences of Polish Grandmaster Bartosz Socko while Abhijeet Gupta played out a hard-fought draw with French ...
 IBNLive India News2 weeks ago Harikrishna crushes Socko; Gupta held  The Hindu2 weeks ago
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