Tashna Agarwal, a category 3 pupil, received a Gold and a Bronze medal in numerous rounds in Underneath-Eight women’ staff of the lately concluded Western Asian Formative years chess championship in New Delhi. The eight-day championship witnessed participation of avid gamers from 10 Asian nations together with the United Arab Emirates, Nepal and Sri Lanka, amongst others. Tashna bagged the Girl Candidate Grasp (WCM) name within the championship.
She defeated the avid gamers from United Arab Emirates, Nepal and Sri Lanka within the classical spherical and bagged the gold medal. She additionally defeated avid gamers from Kazakhstan and UAE within the fast spherical, the place she received the bronze medal.
Tashna, a pupil of Shiv Nadar College, Noida, had received a bronze medal within the Commonwealth Chess Championship in July 2019 in Delhi.
Over the previous couple of years, Indian chess has skilled a growth when it comes to younger skill.
With younger chess avid gamers like R Praggnanandha, Nihal Sarin, Vantika Agrawal, Priyanka Nutakki, Divya Deshmukh and now, Tashna Agarwal, India may just hope of changing into a chess superpower one day.