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Swedish Industry Meets Suburbs – In Chess

Posted by Priyadarshan Banjan on October 16, 2017
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The Swedish Chess Academy and The Swedish chess federation will on October 20 organize the social project “The Swedish industry meets suburbs" in Stockholm.  This initiative is an effort to create more inclusion of people of ethnic minorities in Sweden through chess, says GM Pontus Carlsson the main organizer for
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My Chess Story: Ayush Prakash Jaiswal

Posted by Hinduja Reddy on September 19, 2017
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[caption id="attachment_1350" align="aligncenter" width="629"] 14-year-old Ayush Prakash Jaiswal is an ethusisastic chess player from Rajasthan. He resides in N.A.B Delhi and studies in Tagore International School. [Photo: National Association for the Blind][/caption] Beginning My life was as simple as anyone before I got to know how to play chess. It

Chess player on Kaun Banega Crorepati!

Posted by Hinduja Reddy on September 18, 2017
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Yesterday, Kaun Banega Crorepati's TRP ratings have skyrocketed thanks to episode's guest Anand Kumar—the mathematician genius behind Super 30. Now, India's number one TV show will feature a Chess player on the hot seat! According to Times Now Network, Chandigarh's Shweta Rathore emerged winner from five rounds screening amongst two crore

My Chess Story: Devanshi Rathi

Posted by Hinduja Reddy on September 12, 2017
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The beginning I was eight when I started playing. During the first two years, I just played for my school and I didn't have any idea about the 'real' chess world. I got my rating in 2011, two and a half years after I started playing. In that same year,