Indian grandmaster Tania Sachdev turns 28, sneak peek into her personal & professional life | Aug 20, 2014, 14:51PM IST

India’s chess grandmaster Tania Sachdev has turned 28 today.

One of the most talented Indian female chess player, who went on to dominate the world. Sachdev started very young, achieving her first international title at the age of eight. In 2008 she topped the Asian Chess Championship with 6½ points out of nine rounds.

As a child, Tania Sachdev won multiple events. Her career successes are U12 Indian champion, Asian U14 Junior and Senior Champion, and bronze medal winner at the World U12 Championship (World Youth Chess Championships).

In 2005, she became the eighth Indian Woman Grandmaster. She was conferred with the prestigious Arjuna Award in 2009. She took part in the 2010 Chess Olympiad and finished 4th in the Asian Games.

On her birthday we wish her more success and prosperity. 

Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar
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