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On top of her game

Winner of Arjuna Award, Tania Sachdev talks about her love for chess and how the game has helped her grow.

Unlike chess, there is no black and white in Tania Sachdev's life when it comes to winning and losing as failures give her the power to push herself more. She holds the FIDE (Federation Internationale des Echecs) titles of international master and woman grandmaster. Introduced to chess at six, the 32-year-old Arjuna Awardee winner, who is also a Commonwealth Women's Champion and

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