incident following a "malicious" letter from the Pakistan?discriminatory against Sahib.Secretary of the Karachi Union of Journalists (Dastoorgroup) Shoaib Khan has condemned the incident and demanded a thorough probe into it By: PTI | Khanty Mansiysk | Published: June 20 2017 10:32 pm B Adhiban put aside his loss in the previous round and came back roaring to beat Vladislav Kovalev to ensure a 25-15 victory (Source: File) Top News Grandmaster B Adhiban put aside his loss in the previous round and came back roaring to beat Vladislav Kovalev to ensure a 25-15 victory for India over Belarus in the third round of world teams chess championship here It turned out to be Indian men’s first victory following two losses against Poland and China but the way it came promises more for the Indian men After Vidit Gujrathi showed his excellent temperament on the top board Adhiban has nowstruck form The other three games ended in draws with Vidit Gujarthi not able to press too hard against Sergei Zhigalko Krishnan Sasikiran signing peace with Kirill Stupak and Parimarjan Negi coming up with the same result against Alexei Fedorov The Russian men bounced back after a lackluster draw with Turkey in the previous round to beat Ukraine 25-15 For Russia Ian Nepomniachtchi came good against Anton Korobov while the other three games ended in draws The Chinese men were held to a surprising 2-2 draw by the spirited USA team with draws on all board The USA team is without their three top players who all are among the elite players in the world — Fabiano Caruana Wesley So and Hikaru Nakamura Yet the second rung team proved a tough nut to crack for China the rating favourite As things stand in the open section Poland emerged as the sole leader on six points and they are now followed by Russia and China on five each Turkey continues to defy the odds and is in sole fourth spot on four points and United States are fifth a point behind The Indian team shares the sixth spot with two points along with Ukraine and Norway Belarus is ninth on one point while Egypt remains at the bottom yet to open the account In the women’s world team championship being organised simultaneously the Indian eves suffered a reversal at the hands of Ukraine and lost by 15-25 margin D Harika was better but it was not easy to convert to a full point against Anna Ushenina while on the lower two boards despite being higher rated Eesha Karavade and Padmini Rout could not break the ice and drew with Lulija Oskmak and Nataliya Buksa respectively It again boiled down to Tania Sachdev who had guided India to a creditable win over USA in the previous round but this time the Indian faltered and lost to Inna Gaponenko in a keenly contested game Russia and Ukraine share the lead in the women’s section on five points each and Georgia and Poland follow them on four points each Azerbaijan China and India share the fifth spot on 3 points each while Vietnam on two USA on one and Egypt on zero complete the line up Results Round 2 (Open): India (2) beat Belarus 25-15; (Vidit Gujarathi drew with Sergei Zhigalko; Vladislav Kovalev lost to B Adhiban; Krishnan Sasikiran drew with Kirill Stupak; Alexei Fedorov drew with Parimarjan Negi) Ukraine (2) lost to Russia (5) 15-25; Turkey (4) beat Norway (2) 25-15; USA (3) drew with China (5) 2-2; Egypt (0) lost to Poland (6) Women: India (3) lost to Ukraine (5) 15-25; (D Harika drew with Anna Ushenina; Inna Gaponenko beat Tania Sachdev; Eesha Karavade drew with Lulija Osmak; Nataliya Buksa drew with Padmini Rout); Russia (5) drew with Azerbaijan (3) 2-2; China (3) beat Vietnam (2) 25-15; Egypt (0) lost to Georgia (4) 0-4; Poland (4) drew with USA (2) 2-2 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by TANVI KAUR | Mumbai | Published: April 28 2017 2:36 am Top News WITH A state government that believes in inclusive governance four student groups from the city now have a chance to actively participate in policy-making The students who grabbed winning spots in four themes of the Transform Maharashtra competition will present their ideas to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis The government is mulling the feasibility of the proposals for they may now be converted to policies “All the solutions have been sent to the relevant departments within the government and based on the outcome of the feasibility check policy-level decision shall be taken” said Nidhi Kamdar Officer on Special Duty in the CM’s office The students are now busy preparing for the finale of the competition on May 1 Drona a team from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay has proposed a technology solution to address drought and the resultant indebtedness of the farmers Their ‘policy-plan’ aims at encouraging watershed management programmes in rural areas with the help of SDSS (Sloan Digital Sky Survey) to identify critical areas for implementation They have recommended the use of satellite imagery and drones for collecting accurate data in less time Shivam Pundir a team member said the team was motivated by the CM’s novel idea of seeking students’ assistance Students of Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI) have proposed the establishment of start-up centres in every district for providing guidance and capital investment to business aspirants Omkar Patil from the team ‘Maharashtrians’ which won in the theme ‘Launchpad: Start-up Maharashtra’ said: “It (start-up centre) is very much relevant today and we as students found it quite relatable” Another team from VJTI has made it to the finale Under the theme ‘Leap of faith’ aimed at bridging the digital divide in rural pocket team Morphosis from Dwarkadas J Sanghvi College of Engineering Vile Parle will be making the presentation Transform Maharashtra was launched by Fadnavis on December 16 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News For all the latest World News,ten carat diamonds and a Harvard business school degree,Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 8On listening to her cries,” he said. “No doubt I will have detractors, state media reported Saturday.
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