Viswanathan Anand, nearly 44, conceded his long-worn crown to a Norwegian half his age. For perhaps the first time in his glorious career,writes Raakesh Natraj,the path that lies ahead of Anand is not all black and white. Viswanathan Anand was unlikely to... read more

India Has Changed The World Order In Chess By Arvind Aaron India’s big rise in chess has certainly changed the world order. Besides having the world champion Viswanathan Anand, India had reached many a milestone. The latest being the No.1 in terms of nu... read more

MADURAI: The ongoing World Chess Championship in Chennai has drawn the attention of even people who are ignorant about chess. Simultaneously, interest in this game has revived among people of all ages in the region, though school students are keener than ... read more