International Chess Federation to investigate accusations of cheating made by Magnus Carlsen on Hans Niemann
The International Chess Federation, FIDE, says that it will create an investigatory panel comprising three members of its fair play commission to look into the claims.
Chess commentator Ilya Smirin sacked for making sexist comments on-air during FIDE Women's Grand Prix
On-air, Ilya Smirin made vile comments against women, saying: “Chess is not for women”.
Pakistan boycotts 44th Chess Olympiad in Chennai; India says decision 'highly unfortunate'
Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said it was surprising that Pakistan has suddenly taken the decision not to participate in the event
World chess body FIDE suspends Russia and Belarus from its official events
FIDE, however, said in individual tournaments of the World Championship cycle, players from these two countries can participate under the world body's flag. Russia invaded Ukraine in February and found support from Belarus.
A proud moment, says Viswanathan Anand as Chennai chosen to host 44th Chess Olympiad
The 44th Olympiad, which was supposed to take place in Moscow, was shifted out of Russia in the aftermath of its invasion of neighbouring Ukraine on February 24.
Moved out of Russia, Chess Olympiad to be held in Chennai this year
The Chess Olympiad is a biennial team event in which teams from some 190 countries compete over a two-week period. It was supposed to take place in Moscow from 26 July to 8 August.
Indian chess ace Dronavalli Harika among players who were sent sexually abusive mail
According to reports in the Russian media, some 15 players were the target of sexually abusive mail.
Advay Dhoot, 8, makes a mark on international chess circuit
Eight-year-old Advay entered the top four in India as the World Chess Federation (FIDE) released the new players rating list recently.
Indian GM Arjun Erigaisi impresses in Lindores Abbey Blitz event, finishes third
The Indian GM scored 9.5 points out of 10 games, crushing along the way the likes of Levon Aronian, David Howell and Rauf Mamedov with 2-0 margins, and convincingly beating American ace Fabiano Caruana in the first game of their match
FIDE Grand Swiss: P Harikrishna secures second straight win; D Harika held to draw in Round 4
Harikrishna, the seventh-seed, was the only winner among the Indian men while R Vaishali secured the sole victory among the women.
Viswanathan Anand to do commentary during world chess championship match
The FIDE World Chess Championships between Magnus Carlsen and Ian Nepomniachtchi will be a 14-game extravaganza in Dubai from 24 November
World Women's Chess Championship: India claims silver, its first-ever medal at event
India, who had done well to finish second in the preliminary Pool A by winning three matches and drawing one while losing to Russia, came into the final after a win over a strong Georgian team.
FIDE World Women's Team Chess Championship: India, Georgia share honours in first match of SF
India's No 1 player D Harika (Elo 2511), playing on the top board, drew with Nina Dzagnidze (Elo 2525) in a short 14-move game.
World Women's Team Chess Championship: Tania Sachdev, Bhakti Kulkarni win as India beat Armenia
The Indians had defeated Spain 2.5-1.5 in the second round late on Monday to notch up the first win after being held to a 2-2 draw in the opener against Azerbaijan.
World Women's Team Chess Championship: India secure first win, beat Spain in Round 2
After drawing 2-2 against Azerbaijan in the first round, the Indian women rode on R Vaishali's win over Sabrina Vega Gutierrez to post a victory in the second Pool A match
World Women's Team Chess championship: India play draw with Azerbaijan in opening round
Harika Dronavalli and Vaishali Rameshbabu scored wins as India settled for a 2-2 draw against Azerbaijan
Georgia chess icon Nona Gaprindashvili sues Netflix for sexist and belittling portrayal in 'The Queen's Gambit'
Gaprindashvili's lawsuit says the show falsely suggested that the ex-female world champion never played competitive chess with men, and states that she competed against dozens of top male players, beating 28 of them.
Viswanathan Anand to lead strong Indian team in online Chess Olympiad
All the players will be based in Chennai from where all the matches will be played.
Chess World Cup: Indians Vidit Gujrathi, P Harikrishna, R Praggnanandhaa win in first game of fourth round
The Gujrathi-Adhiban game was expected to be an interesting one and it lived up to the expectations before the former snatched victory in 43 moves.
Chess World Cup: Vidit Gujrathi through to third round with tie-break win, D Gukesh, Padmini Rout eliminated
However, the other Indian players involved in the tie-break — D Gukesh and Padmini Rout — bowed out of the tournament.