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Chess sponsor Microsense appreciates India's new chess sensation R Praggnanandhaa

NITN | @notintownlive | 27 Jun 2018

Chess sponsor Microsense appreciates India's new chess sensation R Praggnanandhaa

New Delhi, June 26 (NITN): S Kailashnathan, founder of wireline networking infrastructure Microsense, has congratulated chess prodigy R Praggnanandhaa for his entry into list of international Grand Masters and appreciated him for his achievement.

“Chess prodigy R Praggnanandhaa’s (Praggu) entry in the list of international Grand Masters is an exceptional example of how single-minded focus, hard work and passion can help young Indians set new benchmarks in the global arena. It makes every Indian proud,” said S Kailashnathan, founder of Microsense while congratulating the youngest Indian Grandmaster.

Microsense has been supporting promising wards of Coach GM R.B. Ramesh as young chess champions, including R Praggnanandhaa, G.M Arvind Chidambaram, Divya Deshmukh current National under 15 girls champion and current World under 12 girls champion, Leon Mendonca as well as GMs Bhaskar Adhiban and Harikrishna.

Microsense founder Kailash himself has been a Tamil Nadu chess champion in 1972 as well as played for West Bengal and Delhi in the early seventies.

Kailash’s love for the game of chess and support has played a big role in encouraging promising such young chess players to excel.

Chennai headquartered Microsense, is a pioneer of several technology solutions and initiatives enabling provision of Wi-Fi network facilities in many parts of the globe.