- World Women's Chess Championship: India Lose To Russia In Final, Win First-Ever Medal At Event
India clinched a silver medal after going down 0-2 to Russia in the final of the FIDE World Women's Team Chess Championship on Saturday.
- Georgia Chess Icon Sues Netflix For 'Queen's Gambit' Portrayal
Georgian chess legend Nona Gaprindashvili has filed a USD 5 million defamation suit against Netflix, saying her depiction in the hit TV show 'The Queen's Gambit' was "sexist and belittling".
- Online Chess Olympiad: India To Face Ukraine In Quarters
India will face Ukraine in the quarterfinals of the ongoing Online Chess Olympiad.
- Online Chess Olympiad: Indian Team Tops Pool B, Reaches Quarterfinals
India on Friday sailed into the quarterfinals of the Fide Online Chess Olympiad, topping Pool B in the Top Division with an unbeaten record.
- Online Chess Olympiad: Viswanathan Anand Excited To Lead Indian Team
The star-studded Indian team, led by captain Viswanathan Anand will aim to defend its Online Chess Olympiad crown.
- India Placed In Pool B Of Top Division Of Online Chess Olympiad
India have been grouped with the likes of Shenzhen China, France, Belarus and Azerbaijan among others in Pool B of the top division of the Online Chess Olympiad.
- Indian Grandmaster SP Sethuraman Wins Barcelona Open Chess Tournament
Indian Grandmaster S P Sethuraman won the Barcelona Open chess tournament title while compatriot Karthikeyan Murali finished third.
- AICF And Chess Association Of India Announce Merger, Put An End To Years Of Internal Fighting
The All-India Chess Federation and Chess Association of India announced a merger on Saturday, with AICF chief Sanjay Kapoor explaining that the two bodies couldn't afford to let their internal differences derail the sport.
- Viswanathan Anand Mourns Death Of Chess Legend Evgeny Sveshnikov
Viswanathan Anand praised Evgeny Sveshnikov, whose impressive tournament record includes the victories at Decin 1974, Sochi 1976 (both jointly), Le Havre 1977 and Cienfuegos 1979.
- No-Castling Chess: Viswanathan Anand Held To Draw By Vladimir Kramnik, All To Play For In Decider
India's Viswanathan Anand was held to a draw in the third game of a four-game No-Castling match by Russia's Vladimir Kramnik.
- Chess World Cup: R Praggnanandhaa, B Adhiban Win; Harikrishna, Nihal Sarin Held To Draws
Chess World Cup: India's R Praggnanandhaa and B Adhiban returned with wins in the first game of the two-game mini match in second round of the tournament on Thursday.
- Viswanathan Anand Starts No-Castling Event With Win
Former world champion Viswanathan Anand started the No-Castling event with a win over Russian Grandmaster Vladimir Kramnik.
- Chess World Cup: Praggnanandhaa, Nihal Sarin, Iniyan Enter 2nd Round
The first round of the Chess World Cup concluded on Tuesday.
- Viswanathan Anand Defeats Ian Nepomniachtchi In Croatia Grand Chess Tour
Five-timer Viswanathan Anand has won the Croatia Grand Chess Tour tournament by defeating Russia's Ian Nepomniachtchi.
- Viswanathan Anand Beats Garry Kasparov At Croatia Grand Chess Tour
Viswanathan Anand took down Garry Kasparov in 30 moves in a Sicillian Najdorf variation game in the fourth round of the Blitz event.
- 14-Year-Old Aditya Mittal Earns First Grandmaster Title
Aditya Mittal scored 7/9 with three consecutive wins against GMs in the Serbian Open to win his first Grandmaster title.
- Viswanathan Anand Off To Mixed Start At Croatia Grand Chess Tour
Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand was off to a mixed start at Croatia Grand Chess Tour tournament with a win, a loss and a draw.
- Youngest Grandmaster In Chess History, Abhimanyu Mishra Destined For Greatness: Coaches
Abhimanyu Mishra thanked his coaches after becoming the youngest Grandmaster. Grandmaster Magesh Panchanathan, one of the youngster's coaches, said Mishra was a hard-working boy, adding his father has been behind his success.