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India's Youngest Chess Grandmaster Seeks Government Help To Become World Champion

Twelve-year-old Gukesh from Chennai, India's youngest chess Grandmaster, is passionate about becoming a world champion. The class seven student has been skipping classes for two years to fully concentrate on his dream. Gukesh's doctor parents have spent all their savings on him and his father even gave up his full-time practice to nurture his dream. Now, the family has sought government's support to help the Grandmaster become a world chess champion.

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