- "Matter Of Time": Magnus Carlsen On India Becoming Leading Chess Nation In World
Magnus Carlsen who is the current world rapid chess champion, is widely regarded as the best player of the current generation
- Ding Liren Becomes China's First World Chess Champion, Ends Magnus Carlsen's Reign
Ding Liren takes over as winner of the World Chess Championship from Norway's MagnusCarlsen, who chose not to defend his title after a 10-year reign.
- "Because Of Covid" Grandmaster Koneru Humpy Unsure Of Competing At Asian games In China
Grandmaster Koneru Humpy is unsure about her participation in the continental event later this year as it is being held in the Chinese city of Hangzhou
- Indian Grandmaster Vidit Gujrathi Stuns World Champion Magnus Carlsen
Vidit Gujrathi won the match with black pieces as he exploited a tactical oversight from his famous opponent.
- 'Not Myself' With Hijab, Says Exiled Iranian Chess Player
An Iranian chess player who fled to Spain after she took part in an international tournament without the mandatory hijab said Sunday she is "not myself" when she wears the headscarf
- World Blitz Championship: India's Koneru Humpy Wins Silver In Women's Section
Koneru Humpy finished on 12.5 points, just half a point behind the winner Bibisara Balabayeva of Kazakhstan
- India's Savitha Shri Bags Bronze in World Rapid Chess Championship
Savitha Shri became the third Indian after Viswanathan Anand and Koneru Humpy to win a medal at the World Rapid Championship.
- Aiming To Become World Champion In 3-4 Years, Says R Praggnanandhaa
One of the country's youngest grandmasters, the 17-year-old defeated world champion Magnus Carlsen thrice in just six months, something that will go down as one of the highlights of his career.
- Indian Chess GM SL Narayanan Left To Stand Barefoot For Metal Detector Check During Match In Germany
Indian Grandmaster SL Narayanan felt "humiliated" as he was left to stand barefoot inside the playing hall for metal detector check during a Bundesliga chess league match in Germany on Monday.
- World Team Chess: India Lose Bronze Medal Play-off To Spain
India lost 1-3 to Spain in the tie-break after the two-round bronze medal play-off ended in a tie at the FIDE World Team chess Championship on Saturday.
- World Team Chess: India Loses To Uzbekistan In Semifinals
India went down 1-3 to Uzbekistan in the semifinal of the FIDE World Team chess Championship on Friday.
- World Team Chess Championship: India Edges Out France, Enters Semi-final
India defeated France in a thrilling tie-breaker to enter the semifinals of the FIDE World Team Chess Championship in Jerusalem.
- Meltwater Chess: R Praggnanandhaa Beats Arjun Erigaisi In Final Round, Finishes 5th
Teenaged Indian Grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa defeated compatriot Arjun Erigaisi 2.5-0.5 in the seventh and final round to finish fifth in the Meltwater Champions Tour Finals on Monday.
- Meltwater Champions Tour Finals: Arjun Erigaisi Beats Anish Giri
Indian Grandmaster Arjun Erigaisi scored a 2.5-1.5 win over Dutch GM Anish Giri in the fifth round of the Meltwater Champions Tour Finals
- Meltwater Champions Tour Finals: Arjun Erigaisi Posts First Win; Praggnanandhaa Loses
Indian Grandmaster Arjun Erigaisi posted his first win while compatriot R Praggnanandhaa lost in the fourth round of the Meltwater Champions Tour Finals
- Meltwater Champions Tour Finals: R Praggnanandhaa Secures First Win
Indian Grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa posted his first win while compatriot Arjun Erigaisi suffered a third straight defeat in the Meltwater Champions Tour Finals on Thursday
- Asian Chess Championship: India's R Praggnanandhaa, P V Nandhidhaa Win Titles
Top-seeded Indian Grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa and compatriot P V Nandhidhaa won the titles in the Open and women's sections respectively in the Asian Continental Chess championship
- US Grandmaster Hanns Niemann Sues Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen Over Cheating Charges
American grandmaster Hans Niemann, in the latest move in a scandal that has rocked the world of chess, filed a lawsuit on Thursday against Magnus Carlsen after the Norwegian world champion accused him of cheating.