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Chandigarh sells maximum chess boards online: eBay

Home Calcutta News.NetWednesday 8th December, 2010 (IANS) Chandigarh traders sold the maximum number of chess boards to global customers and bought the maximum memorabilia related to World War-I (WWI) from July 2009 to June 2010, a report by leading online retailer eBay said Wednesday.'Chandigarh is an important market for eBay India and it has emerged [...]

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Chandigarh sells maximum chess boards online: eBay

Chandigarh traders sold the maximum number of chess boards to global customers and bought the maximum memorabilia related to World War-I (WWI) from July 2009 to June 2010, a report by leading online retailer eBay said on Wednesday. “Chandigarh is an important market for eBay India and it has emerged as the ninth largest e-commerce [...]

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Sethuraman becomes India's youngest GM

CHENNAI: Sethuraman Panaiappan Sethuraman has an interesting record now under his belt. The 17-year-old Chennai lad is currently the youngest grandmaster in India, having pipped Parimarjan Negi of New Delhi by 16 days. On Wednesday night, Sethuraman won the 26th Voivoda's Cup international chess tournament at Legnica in Poland and in the process secured his [...]

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Pestaño: Arrested for teaching chess

By Frank 'Boy' Pestaño Chessmoso Thursday, December 2, 2010 ALTHOUGH we lost to powerhouse China in the battle for gold, our chess players surprised the experts, including Chessmoso, by snaring the silver in the men's team competition in the Asian Games in China. The Chinese placed fifth in the 2010 Chess Olympiad held in Russia [...]

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India's Karwade error

Calcutta: India may have missed out on a bronze in the Asian Games chess, but there were some good performances by individuals. According to chess-results.com, in the tie-off for the bronze, India were held to a draw by Vietnam. IMs Dronavalli Harika and Tania Sachdev drew on the top two boards while IM Eesha Karwade [...]

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