A five-day 22nd National Chess Championship of the Deaf organised under the joint aegis of Mysuru District Deaf Association (MDDA), Karnataka Sports Federation of the Deaf (KSFD), Bengaluru, All India Sports Council of the Deaf (AISCD), New Delhi and Lions Club of Mysore Nisarga and Mayuri commenced at Rahul Convention Hall in Vishveshwaranagar here yesterday….
City to host 22nd Natl. Chess Championship of the DeafJanuary 7, 2020
The 22nd National Chess Championship of the Deaf has been organised at Rahul Convention Hall in Vishweshwaranagar here from Jan. 8 to 11, under the joint aegis of Mysore District Deaf Association, Mysuru, Karnataka Sports Federation of the Deaf, Bengaluru, All India Sports Council of the Deaf, New Delhi and Lions Club of Mysore Nisarga…
Selected for National Schools Chess ChampionshipNovember 18, 2019
M.N. Eshanvi, a 7th standard student of Excel Public School in city, has won first place in Karnataka State Schools Chess Championship in U-12 category held at Dwaraka auditorium on Nov.16 and is now selected for National-level which will be held on Nov.27 at Aurangabad. This is second time that she has bagged this Championship….
Chess champsOctober 9, 2019
Prasiddhi Bhat (Class VIII) and M.N. Spurthi (Class VII) of Acharya Vidya Kula, represented Karnataka State team consisting of five players in the National Chess Tournament in U-14 girls category, organised by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE) at Amritsar recently. The Karnataka team won the II position.
City boy for National Chess ChampionshipJuly 14, 2019
City’s L. Vivekananda won the third place in Karnataka U-25 Chess Championship 2019 held in Belagavi. Top rated player M.G. Gahan won the Championship. The Top 4 — FM M.G. Gahan, Mangaluru (8.5), Ithal H.L. Rajath, Shivamogga (7.5), L. Vivekananda, Mysuru (7.5) and AGM Prashanth J. Naik, Puttur (7) — will represent Karnataka in the…
Commonwealth Chess Championship 2019: Delhi’s GM Abhijeet Gupta wins titleJuly 8, 2019
Delhi’s Grand Master (GM) Abhijeet Gupta won the title in the Commonwealth Chess Championship 2019 (Open) in Delhi by securing 7.5 points from nine rounds on the concluding day of the Championship yesterday. GM C. Aravindh (TN), GM Swapnil S. Dhopade, GM S.L. Narayanan tied with 7 points each and secured the second, third and…
Mysuru girls fare well at State Women’s Chess ChampionshipJune 4, 2019
Nisha N. Patkar with 7.5 points from eight rounds clinched the women’s chess title in the Karnataka State Women’s Chess Championship-2019 held at Bengaluru from May 31 to June 2. Mysuru’s M. Tulsi (6 points – 12th place) and Prasiddhi Bhat (5.5 points – 13th place) fared well. Mandya’s WCM A.N. Shefali (6 points) finished…
Bengaluru boy Gahan wins Mysuru’s Vivekananda finishes fourthMay 19, 2019
M.G. Gahan with 8 points from eight rounds clinched the title in the Karnataka State Open Rapid Chess Championship 2019 held on May 11 and 12 on Tumakuru Road in Bengaluru recently. Mysuru lad L. Vivekananda finished fourth in the Tournament with 7 points. Final Placings — 1. M.G. Gahan (8), 2. A.P. Joshua (7.5-44),…
Sisters emerge Chess ChampsMay 15, 2019
Diya Umesh (U-7) and Dhatri Umesh (U-13) of Mysuru bagged top prizes in their respective category in the Karnataka State Rapid Chess Championship held in Bengaluru on Saturday and Sunday. The Championship was organised by Widia Poornaprajna School at Bengaluru. The tournament saw participation from more than 140 chess players from across the State. There…
Wins National Chess ChampionshipDecember 5, 2018
K.M. Shashidhar of Income-Tax Department, Mysuru (centre), who won the title in the National Chess Championship of the Deaf held in Rajasthan from Dec.1 to 4, is seen receiving the trophy from the guests.