TAC Security founder says golf taught him patience, calls his weekly game a 'mini-vacation'
For Trishneet Arora golf is an opportunity to bond with his brother.
True Balance CEO says while golf is 'almost meditative', chess helps him de-stress
Morning lark Cheolwon Charlie Lee starts his day at 4 am w...
Karti Chidambaram influenced public servants to extend favors to INX Media: CBI
The Central Bureau of Investigation has revealed that the for...
INX Media got four invoices from Chess Management Services, INX executives tell ED
Karti Chidambaram had allegedly sought a $1 million bribe to influence the FIPB to clear “irregularities” in the deal, Indrani Mukherjea, co-owner of INX Media, has alleged.
Chessplode review: A casual pick-up-and-play game of Chess with a twist
If you like Chess but never really have the time for it, give Chessplode a try.
Happy that Chess is back in Asian Games: Vishwanathan Anand
Chess was a part of Asian Games programme at the 2006 edition in Doha and 2010 in Guangzhou.
It’s a game of chess in UP's wild east
"Checking" is code for fleecing commuters who are made to pay small bribes in what is often referred to as the lawless badlands of UP.
The '18' connect: When Yuzvendra Chahal & Smriti Mandhana spoke about need for discipline on the field
Mandhana attributed her success to keeping her eyes on the ball, and her feet on the ground.
The diplomatic game of chess behind Masood Azhar’s designation as a global terrorist
The lowest point for India came when the Vajpayee government gave him up to Pakistan.
When black becomes white, and vice versa
Chess champions Magnus Carlsen and Anish Giri recently reversed tradition in a game, when a black piece made the first move.
I find it hard to hide my emotions if I am losing: Viswanathan Anand
Anand emphasises that emotions are not easy to handle and they don’t have a magic formula.
Professional Golf Tour of India signs three year sponsorship deal with Tata Steel
PGTI’s alignment with the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) system has also opened the doors for more Indian players to make an impact on the world stage.
Chennai lad crowned world's second youngest grand master
Gukesh achieved his third and final GM norm at the ongoing 17th Delhi International Open Chess tournament in Delhi after beating compatriot D K Sharma in the ninth round.
Chess, reading, hiking: How ARTSop CEO Arushi Kapoor strikes work-life balance
Kapoor gained work experience with Sotheby's and Christie's.
Viswanathan Anand returns home
Viswanathan Anand last played competitively in India back in 2002
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