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Jorhat FIDE Rating Chess Tournament

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The cultural capital of Jorhat is known not only for it's historical heritages but also for it's legacy in diversities. With an unbelievable literacy rate of around 90% Jorhat becomes pride of Assam, the land of the rising sun. This land has produced many virtuoso in diverse field of interests. Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya a pioneer of modern Assamese literature was the first Assamese to win the Gyanpith Award, the highest literature award of India. The list of virtuosos is endless pertaining to Jorhat. Nevertheless, when it comes to the Royal Cerebral Battle, Jorhat leads yet again. Under the leadership of Late Prof. Bodiuj Jaman of Jorhat the All Assam Chess Association was established. Of late, Jorhat has become the most fearsome chess district for the players alike Trailokya Nanda, Junmoni Gogoi,  Bidyut Bikash Handique, Rakesh Chakravorty and many others. Having celebrated it's Silver Jubilee way ago in 2001, Jorhat is now on the verge of celebrating Golden Jubilee. Re…

Angarika requires immediate financial assistance

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How irksome it is for any parents to see their kids suffering from unyielding pains. One beautiful angel Alisha Angarika Mili aged just 5 years has been diagnosed with highly critical Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma(DIPG). It's a tumour located in the middle of the brain stem which grows amidst the nerves and so it can not be removed surgically. Currently undergoing treatment at the Fortis Research Institute, Gurugram, it is reported that the lengthy treatment will cost somewhere around Rs. 20 Lakhs. This huge sum is not at all manageable for her farmer father Mr. Pabitra Mili and that's why people from all corners have come to the rescue with their little financial assistances. While interviewed by our correspondent, her parents In a heavy voice have appealed to the entire mankind for helping them with as little amount as they are capable of.  You can too help this little angel to survive and to enjoy all the beautiful wordly things with your kind financial assistance.  SBI …

Subhajit wins the Online Chess Grand Finale in style with massive 40 points

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Subhajit Dhar of Guwahati finishes the grand finale of 7 days online cash prize chess tournament which concluded on 17th Nov 2019 at 23:20 hours. Dhar scored a massive 40 points in the 80 minutes long cerebral battle. This series was the first of it's kind of online professional chess which could never be envisioned avant. The ambitieux project was commenced on 11th Nov 2019 under the aegis of Good Knight Chess Club an immensely popular organization known for it's digital footprints. The online chess series witnessed a huge enrollment of 75 players throughout the country. Many renowned international rated chess players battled in this digital playground including IM Somak Palit, Trailokya Nanda, Rajiv Dhar, Vishnu Dev Yadav & Shiv Kumar Sharma etc. The entry fee for the entire series was just Rs. 250 whereas the entire fees collected has been utilized for delivering 100 number of cash prizes to 38 prize winners. Having successfully concluded the series, an extremely delig…

Online Cash Prize Chess Tournament Series concludes tonight

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With the continuous endeavor to promote chess & to provide a low cost but professional playground, Good Knight Chess Club came up with an unbelievable series of 7 back to back online cash prize chess tournaments which flagged off it's journey on 11th Nov 2019. As per recent update 6 parts have already been completed with an incredible participation of 70 players throughout the Country, including one International Master from West Bengal and 3 Official State Chess Champions. Having left only the final phase of the series on 17th Nov 2019 with 20 number of cash prizes, the authorities of GKCC in a telephonic conversation with our correspondent enunciated that interested players may still participate in the final phase by depositing an entry fee of Rs. 130.00 only to 9706268211 via Google Pay or Phone Pe. Detail break up of the prize structure are as below with an entry fee of Rs. 130.00 only:- 1st Prize :  Rs. 1000.00 2nd Prize : Rs.   600.00 3rd Prize :  Rs.   500.00 4th Prize :  R…

Vishnu Dev Yadav tops the Phase 3 of the Grand Weekly Cash Prize Online Chess Tournament

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With a stunning performance Vishnu Dev Yadav of Uttar Pradesh clinched the 1st position in phase 3 of the ongoing 7 part Cash Prize Online Chess Tournament. The tournaments have been envisaged by Good Knight Chess Club a renowned organization which quite successfully shifted the paradigm of professional chess. The grand online chess series commenced on 11th Nov 2019 and will conclude on 17th Nov 2019. Many big shots have graced the show including famous IM Somak Palit & 3 Official State Chess Champions like Rajiv Dhar, Soram Rahul Singh & Trailokya Nanda. IM Somak Palit won the previous two tournaments quite comprehensively. Still 4 tournaments to go with a big tournament coming up on Sunday with incredible prize structure it is well anticipated that many more big players will join shortly. Most astonishing outcome of the last tournament was Mrinmoy Rajkhowa of Guwahati, Assam who despite being just 9 years old managed to secure 8th position with an outstanding performance. To…

IM Somak Palit steals the show with 100% score in Phase 1 of the Grand Weekly Online Cash Prize Chess Tournament

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International Master Somak Palit aggregates yet another feather to his crown by winning phase-I of the Grand Weekly Online Cash Prize Chess Tournament which flagged off on 11th Nov 2019 at the behest of Good Knight Chess Club. IM Palit secured 1st place indiscusso with a perfect score of 100% win. His participation has set a new dimension to online professional chess which is commodiously a new concetto in India. In the history of chess North East India is witnessing something completely new, something never thought before. This initiative will surely exalt the amount of enthusiasm amongst the budding & amateur chess players of India. A total of 52 players hailing from different parts of India participated in the Phase-I including one International Master Somak Palit & 2 State Champions Rajiv Dhar & Soram Rahul Singh. Still 6 more tournaments to go in this week it is well anticipated that several new players will catch up. Top 5 profiles of the already concluded Phase-I a…

Proud Moment for Assam Chess- Reigning State Champion Soram Rahul Singh gets invitation of honor from BCF

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In a stunning revelation by Cachar Dist Chess Association it has come to light that Soram Rahul Singh the Reigning Assam State Chess Champion has been invited by Bangladesh Chess Federation as a guest of honor. In a letter dated 29th Oct 2019 signed by the General Secretary of BCF Rahul has been invited as a guest of honor and to play on behalf of Bashir Memorial Chess Club in the Walton 1st Division Chess League 2019 to be commenced from 12th Nov 2019 at Dhaka the Capital of Bangladesh. The letter also revealed that Bashir Memorial Chess Club will sponsor Rahul to play in this big event. Rahul in an interaction with our correspondent informed that he has already set up for Dhaka on 10th Nov. The chess fraternity of Assam especially Cachar seems to be in a state of euphoria for such an honor.
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IM Somak Palit endorses Online Chess Tournament

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In a recent development, renowned Chess International Master Somak Palit of West Bengal has endorsed & confirmed his participation in the Cash Prize Online Chess Tournament series to be held from 11th to 17th Nov 2019 on lichess server. The tournament is being orchestrated by no big shot but a relatively unknown organization called Good Knight Chess Club based in Tinsukia, Assam. It is pertinent to note that Assam is still lagging behind in the domain of chess when compared to other States of India. For this reason GKCC came into the scene with the sole view to provide the chess players of Assam and it's neighboring States a low cost, competitive but professional playground. Despite being a new entrant in the field, it has managed to change the paradigm with no sponsor and no donation. But every noble initiative demands cooperation from the like-minded people and this is where GKCC fails miserably. It is becoming harder for the organization to survive without necessary support…

Ram Janmabhumi-an insight into the politics of religion, law and the Apex Court

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All is well that ends well. Lately, the long awaited verdict has come from the Apex Court in favor of the Hindus who have been vocal since decades for their loving deity.Hindus have believed since decades that the disputed land of Ayodha is the birthplace of Lord Rama where Babri Mosque was built in the 16th century by the Mughal emperor Babur.
The religious dispute began to turn serious in 18th century which finally burst out and ignited communal fire in the year 1992 when a large number of mob mostly Karsevaks gathered at the site and demolished the then existing Babri Masjid.
It was the beginning of some heinous communal riots which the Indians would never like to witness ever in future. Mumbai blast took place, brutal incident of Godhra train burning was orchestrated which killed more than 50 innocent people.
And then came the notorious Gujarat riot which took away lives of more than 5000 people. Several enquiry commission, committees, SIT were formed to track down the conspirators. …

Good Knight Chess Club a Trendsetter in Online Professional Chess

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Good Knight Chess Club well known for it's online chess activities has come up with yet another Big Bang. Having launched it's Facebook page it has reached a massive number of 7K followers within an incredible time period of 4 months. It has been realized only bacuse of the quality & fully professional chess lessons being provided in Hindi, Assamese & English for completely free of cost. Since the month of September 2019, Good Knight Chess Club has initiated to conduct Online Cash Prize Chess Tournaments with the sole motive to provide a robust, competitive & professional platform to the entire chess fraternity. In just one month it has already produced 10 online tournaments and now Good Knight Chess Club has come up with something real big. From 11 to 17 Nov 2019, it proposes to conduct 7 back to back professional tournaments at an extremely dismal entry fee but at the same time offering an unbelievable number of 100 prizes with total prize fund of approx 20K. The…