Indians deny Russia a medal in World Team Chess

Surya Shekhar Ganguly and Krishnan Sasikiran of India beat formidable Russia in the tenth and final round of the World team chess championship.

Indian men beat Egypt in World Team Chess

Indian men managed to beat a spirited Egypt in the eighth round to help themselves from occupying the bottom place.

Indian men lose to Azerbaijan, women beat Italy

The Indian men’s team suffered a 1-3 defeat against Azerbaijan while their women counterparts beat Italy with the same margin in the sixth round of the 39th chess Olympiad here.

Indian men lose to Azerbaijan, women beat Italy

The Indian men’s team suffered a 1-3 defeat against Azerbaijan while their women counterparts beat Italy with the same margin in the sixth round of the 39th chess Olympiad here.

Indian men lose to Azerbaijan, women beat Italy

The Indian men’s team suffered a 1-3 defeat against Azerbaijan while their women counterparts beat Italy with the same margin in the sixth round of the 39th chess Olympiad here.

Indian men get ready for Azerbaijan test in Chess Olympiad

In what would be their second biggest test here, Indian men are set to take on Azerbaijan in the sixth round of the 39th chess Olympiad.

Indians off to a flier in Chalkida

The 12-member Indian contingent got off to a flier in the first Negroponte International Chess tournament here as everyone scored a victory in the opener.

Parimarjan in elite young field

World’s second youngest ever Grandmaster Parimarjan Negi will be looking forward to some exciting chess in the Young Grandmasters tournament.

Sandipan beats Nana, share joint lead in Gibraltar chess

Grandmaster Sandipan Chanda impressed yet again as he beat GM Nana Dzagnidze of Georgia to jump into the joint lead at the end of the sixth round of the Gibtelecom Masters chess tournament now underway here.

Sandipan holds top seed Bacrot

Grandmaster Sandipan Chanda fought with gusto to hold top seed Etienne Bacrot but Koneru Humpy went down to Michael Adams in the fifth round of the Gibetelcom Masters chess tournament now underway here.

Anand outplays Kramnik, Abhijit second in Group C

World champion Viswanathan Anand continued to play spoilsport, this time beating Vladimir Kramnik, at the 72nd edition of the Corus Grandmasters chess tournament.

Humpy, Chanda, Gopal among leaders in Gibraltar

Indian Grandmasters Koneru Humpy, Sandipan Chanda and G N Gopal scored impressive victories to emerge joint leaders after the fourth round in the Gibtelecom Masters chess tournament here.

Lalith Babu in joint lead with Maxim Turov

Master M R Lalith Babu stayed on course for his maiden Grandmaster norm after he overwhelmed compatriot Deepan Chakkravarthi in the seventh round of Chennai Open IM Chess Tournament.

Maghami maintains sole lead; Tania holds Liem

Tania Sachdev held Le Quang Liem while young M R Lalith Babu drew with Richard Bitton in the seventh round of the Parsvnath International Open Chess tournament here on Monday.

Maghami takes sole lead; Lalith Babu shocks Ziaur

Maghami Ehsan defeated Oliver Dimakiling to emerge as the sole leader at the end of the sixth round of Parsvnath International Chess tournament.

Anand draws with Karjakin, shock defeat for Harikrishna

World Champion Viswanathan Anand opened his campaign with an exciting draw against defending champion Sergey Karjakin in the ‘A’ group of the Corus Chess Tournament here.

Bad day for Indians, Sasikiran, Chanda lose opening games

Grandmaster Krishnan Sasikiran and Sandipan Chanda are staring at early exit from the World Cup after suffering defeats in their respective first games of the second round here on Tuesday.

Sandipan remains in sole lead; four Indians in joint second

GM Sandipan Chanda let GM Le Quang Liem off the hook to draw on the first board in fifth round of the fourth Kolkata Open Grandmaster Chess tournament at Gorky Sadan here on Saturday.

India goes down to Georgia 1-3

Indian think-tank’s decision to drop off-colour Tania Sachdev did not work as the eves succumbed 1-3 to Georgia in the fourth round, their second successive defeat at the World Women Team Chess Championship, here.

Kruttika becomes Champion, qualifies for World Cup

National Champion Kruttika Nadig won the Asian Zone 3.2 Women title after beating Grandmaster Nisha Mohota in the final round and secured a berth in the next World Cup, on Friday.