Garry Kasparov
Opinion  /  Published 27.07.22

The Kasparovdas

There are whispers that purists have found themselves checkmated by the decision to have Rajinikanth release a teaser video of the 44th Fide Chess Olympiad that is scheduled to begin in India — ...
By Uddalak Mukherjee

Culture  /  Published 13.03.22

War and Games

Carlin’s email reads: “Sport reaches the hearts of people, bypassing the brain, and as such it can be used as an instrument of political persuasion. Countless examples exist of sports bein...
By Angshuman Roy

Sports  /  Published 25.02.22

Kasparov, others cry out: help fight 'monster'

From football to boxing to tennis to chess, sportspersons from Ukraine and beyond have raised their voice in protest against Russian military operations in East European country. Some have been scathi...
By The Telegraph

Science  /  Published 30.09.18

Should chess be a subject in school? Some countries agree

Chess and mathematics go back a long way if you go by the famous story of the maharaja and his courtier, the inventor of Chaturanga, the Sanskrit name for chess. This is a story that has travelled the...
By Aswin Sekhar

Sports  /  Published 17.11.18

Indians no more seen as snake charmers: Anand

Viswanathan Anand, a five-time world chess champion and national icon, spoke to The Telegraph the other evening.Few mega achievers, by the way, are as modest as Anand. Little wonder, then, that he has...
By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Calcutta


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