Among the respected dignitaries Sports minister Sahid Choudhury, Mayor Dr Prafullajit Sinha, Parakhhit Murasingh, Samarjit Bhowmik and PWD Chief Engineer Ashit Bhowmik will remain present in the opening ceremony.
Megnus Duttta, Abhinab Roy, Ronit Roy, Rajbir Ahmed and Debayan Das became champion in their respective categories in the two-day long Agartala Chess Club organized State School Chess tournament which concluded today.
Indian national Under 16 team won silver medal in the recently concluded World Youth Under 16 Chess tournament as today the tournament came to an end at Karnabati club in Gujarat.
State Junior and Women Chess tournament will start from December 20 as the tournament will be held at Lions Club from 10.30 am.
3rd Radhamohan Singha memorial Badminton tournament will start from January 1, 2018 as the tournament will be held at Radhamohan complex.
In those camp 12 rising chess players from Tripura will also take part. Besides this with the chess coaches of the state Fide trainer seminar will be held. 6 coaches from Tripura will attend the seminar.
Interested participants have to enroll their names within December 19 at Secretary Pradip Kumar Choudhury. In the Junior category the chess players have to bring date of birth certificate.
Today was the last day of the tournament at Andhra Pradesh as on the last day Madhumita won gold medal in Under 16 Girl’s 200 meter sprint. She took only 26.28 seconds time to secure the first place in the list.
In the under 14 Boy’s High Jump event Abhishek Lagardo secured the gold medal. He jumped over a distance of 1.74 cm. this three-day long tournament will come to an end tomorrow.
Headmistress Nabamita Dey Acharjee thanked to each and everyone for the successful completion of the event. Also on behalf of the school authorities golden girl Dipa Karmakar has been felicitated.
Over a telephonic interview he said that this tournament will be a big challenge for him and will try his best to guide the players well in the tournament.
BCA first year student of ICFAI University Tripura Mr. Sanjay Debbarma was today felicitated at the inaugural function for his outstanding performance to win gold medal in National Muaythai Championship.
Today Soursih Debnath defeated Ami Goyal of Chandigarh and has 4 points. While Baishali Debnath lost to chess player of Gujarat as she has 3 points till now.
Abhigyan Ghosh defeated chess player of Andhra Pradesh. At the end of 7 round both Abhinab and Abhigyan have 4 points each.
The tournament will be held in both Under 14 and Under 17 categories. Tripura will also take part in the tournament and the team has been announced yesterday by State School Sports Board secretary Dhirendra Choudhury.
Madhumita Deb, Rupa Sarkar, Purnima Debnath, Nanda Majhi, Gopal Saha, Jitu Rudra Paul, Rakesh Datta and Sumai Naithok Debbarma. Coach: Arpita Malakar. Manager: Pradip Malakar.
Total prize money for this tournament will be Rs 30,000 as the best chess player will be awarded with Rs 6,000. Top 10 chess players in the tournament will be awarded with prizes.
As a part of the activities Tripura chess club has decided to organize an All Tripura Open Prize Money Chess Tournament at Tripura Student’s Health Home, on October 28 and 29.
Also in the meeting the fixture of state games will be announced and discussions will be made on the participation of Tripura team in upcoming 36th National Games.
In the recently concluded First Year Nitai Ghosh Memorial rating Chess Tournament Arunika Ghosh performed brilliantly.
Among the chess players in Tripura team talented chess player Debalina Kundu will also take part and is eyeing to do well.
Arunika lost in both seventh and eighth round of the match as after these two back to back losses Arunika has the same 4.5 points.
Another chess player of the state Muskan Debnath ended at 99th position with 4 points in the tournament. In the Boy’s section Anurag Debnath took part and got 105th place with 5 points.
With 28 moves Arunika stopped Manoj. Matrix chess academy owner cum Coach Prasenjit Datta congratulated Arunika for this brilliant start in the tournament.