Once again Indian’s have proved their talents in Asian Youth in Mongolia on April 14, 2016.
India won three titles in the Asian Youth Chess Championship. India won three gold, two silver and three bronze medals.
R Praggnanandhaa (U-12, 7.5/9, unbeaten), Anwesha Mishra (U-14G, 8/9, unbeaten) Divya Deshmukh (U-12G, 8/9, unbeaten) won the gold medals in the Asian Classical Chess Championships remaining undefeated.
Silver medals were won by P Iniyan (U-16, 6.5/9), Harshita Guddanti (U-15G, 7/9). Bronze medals were won by Aditya Mittal (U-10, 7/9), Khushi Khandelwal (U-14G, 6.5/9), R Vaishali (U-16G, 7/9).
Anagha (U-8G, eighth place), Kadakia Veer (U-8, seventh place), Bharath Subramaniyam H (U-10, fifth),L Jyothsna (U-12G, fourth), Rakshitta Ravi (U-12G, fifth), K Priyanka (U-16G, sixth), Rajdeep Sarkar (U-18, fourth).