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s action plan to make all government buildings barrier-free for disabled persons and the elderly, ? On Saturday, (Source: Reuters) Related News Chelsea came from behind to beat Leicester City 3-1 on Wednesday and move to within one win of clinching the Premier League title for the first time in five years. while Vladimir Kramnik and Peter Svidler fell behind with losses. Going into the second rest day the race for candidature has narrowed Anand in the lead and Aronian half a point behind A full point behind Anand are Kramnik Topalov Svidler and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov in third place Eight rounds remain to be played though and with the players facing each other again in the reverse fixtures there is enough time for the lead to change hands a few more times Anand’s game against Karjakin held interest only in the latter stages with the first 21 moves quite incredibly staying true to theory in the notoriously drawish Berlin Defence variation of the Ruy Lopez It was an interesting choice by Karjakin who played black for the Berlin was extensively used by Magnus Carlsen in the World Championship match a few months back and the Indian was bound to have come up with a few new ideas over the course of the final In his favour Karjakin has played the opening and even the position that evolved out of it on Wednesday with both white and black Anand finally surprised (mildly) Karjakin deviating from games already played in this line on the 21st move Still Anand could not really formulate a plan to breakthrough as Karjakin built a fortress on his king’s side not allowing Anand’s rook bishop or pawns much play The draw was signed after 33 moves by which time Anand had a pleasant position; it was just that the win proved elusive By the time the dust settled in round six it was just Aronian who was hanging on with a draw against bottom-placed Dmitry Andreikin Aronian obtained an edge out of the Reti Opening and though Andreikin seemed to be coping reasonably well complications in the middle game and poor time management saw Aronian breakthrough By the time Andreikin scrambled past 40 moves to receive additional time on his clock Aronian’s ‘b’ pawn had cantered down the board to give the Armenian a winning advantage However Aronian’s inaccuracies in the rook and pawn endgame saw Andreikin get away with a draw Kramnik had enjoyed a good tournament until Wednesday finding a brilliant defence to hold out against Svidler after coming up with a convincing win against Karjakin in round two Still his round six game came at the back of a five-and-a-half hour draw against Aronian and Topalov kept the pressure on Kramnik right from the start It was a sharp Queen’s Gambit Declined and it just seemed that Topalov had the line well prepared with white Grudge match In an attempt to complicate the position and also perhaps to throw Topalov off his preparation Kramnik resorted to aggression — he advanced his f pawn to the fourth rank to strike at the bast of white’s central pawn chain and in the next move tried to undermine his opponent’s pawn structure on the queen side Unfortunately the successive moves the 12th and 13th saw Kramnik’s position worsen leaving his king exposed and queen side compromised Topalov ahead by more than 30 minutes on time (another indicator that the Bulgarian knew exactly what he was doing thanks to his home preparation) closed out the win against an opponent with whom he does not share a cordial relationship Since the Toiletgate incident in the World Championship final of 2006 where Topalov and Kramnik accused each other of cheating the pair haven’t shook hands during games as is customary Wednesday’s win will no doubt be sweat for the Bulgarian Svidler played the rare Dutch Defence against Mamedyarov a choice that proved initially successful for the Russian Though he had obtained counterplay Svidler did not follow it up with the best moves in the middle game With only five minutes to make 10 moves until the time control the Russian resigned as he was just faced with a lost bishop and pawns endgame Round six results: Anand (35 pts) drew with Karjakin (2) Topalov (2) bt Kramnik (3) Mamedyarov (2) bt Svidler (3) Aronian (3) drew with Andreikin (15) Standings after round six: 1 Anand (4 pts); 2 Aronian (35); 3-6 Kramnik Svidler Mamedyarov Topalov (3); 7 Karjakin (25); 8 Andreikin (2) Diptayan in joint-lead Kolkata: After knocking over Bangladesh Fide Master Animul Islam in the opening round on Tuesday 16-year old Diptayan Ghosh defeated former Under-16 world champion B Adhiban in the second round of the Kolkata Open Chess Tournament played here at Alekhine Chess Club The youngster now leads the table along with eight other players with two points each Two top seeds Nigel Short and Sergy Fedorchuk trail the leaders by half a point though they both notched up wins in their respective matches today Short defeated Prince Bajaj while Fedorchuk got the better of Pratik Patil For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: March 29 2015 1:03 am The party’s president Pankaj Rawat said both the leaders have in the past claimed to be the well-wisher of farmers of Bundelkhand Related News An unrecognised little-known political party in Bundelkhand has taken upon Union minister Uma Bharti (BJP MP from Jhansi) and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi for being “missing” and not meeting the families of the farmers who have died after losing their crops to unseasonal rain and hailstorm In its posters that contain a message with pictures of Bharti and Gandhi and which it has put up at various public places the Bharatiya Prajashakti Party (BPP) has not only declared the two leaders as “missing” it has also announced a reward to anyone who will bring the two leaders back (in Jhansi) to attend the last rites of the deceased farmers Share This Article Related Article “Bundelkhand mein kisano ke ghar khana khane wale va bundelon ke vikas ki chinta kar kheto me fhawda chalane wale Congress neta Rahul Gandhi aur khud ko Bundelkhand ki beti kehne wali Uma Bharti gayab hain Olawristi ke baad Bundelkhand me 50 kisan mar chuke hain Dono neta madad nahin kar sakte to koi baat nain lekin kisano ki antyesti me shamil ho hi sakte hain Iske liye inki talash hai Talaashne wale ko uschi inaam” reads the poster The party’s president Pankaj Rawat said both the leaders have in the past claimed to be the well-wisher of farmers of Bundelkhand but none of them have either visited Jhansi or expressed condolences to the families who lost their crops and their breadwinners Rawat said that the leaders did not even send their representatives to meet the farmers’ families BPP had contested Assembly election from Babina and Jhansi Mahanagar in 2012 but lost For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDhaka | Updated: March 2 2014 2:25 pm Virat Kohli & Co slipped up in the last match against Sri Lanka Pakistan also lost to the same opposition in their opening-round game (AP) Related News Ahead of their Asia Cup match at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium here on Sunday Pakistan and India prepared differently Pakistan had a full training session where the frontline bowlers bowled to all top batters The Indian players opted to rest as they opted for rest after their last night’s game Only Cheteshwar Pujara and Varun Aaron came out for practice but trained in different nets Aaron bowled to a dummy batsman while bowling coach Joe Dawes monitored the length closely and offered advice Pujara was practising pull shots ramp and lap shots against the net bowlers Despite the low-key practice session an India vs Pakistan game is a rare occasion The last time they played a bilateral series was in India in 2012-13 a three-match affair that Pakistan won 2-1 Last time they played against each other was in the ICC Champions Trophy at Edgbaston last year and India had won at a canter bowling out their arch-rivals for 165 in 394 years Pakistan also lost to India in the Asia Cup two years ago despite scoring 329 batting first Virat Kohli’s sublime 183 after Sachin Tendulkar’s 48-ball 52 had clinched the deal for his team Things have changed since and fresh faces have arrived in both camps but when it comes to the ICC or ACC events India have enjoyed an upper hand India however are going into this game on the heels of a poor run They’ve won only once in their last seven ODIs and that too against Bangladesh Pakistan on the other hand have recently won a bilateral series against Sri Lanka in the UAE and bagged a bonus point victory against Afghanistan two days ago Tomorrow will be a do-or-die affair for both the teams Still Pakistan team’s chief cricket consultant Zaheer Abbas claimed that the players are under no extra pressure “The players want to play their game The pressure comes from the fans Media adds to that We always play to win” he said If Virat Kohli is the biggest positive for India then the seamers and a weak middle-order are real problems The stand-in India captain indirectly admitted the side’s batting fragility after the loss against Sri Lanka saying they wanted to “strengthen” their batting Best bowling attack Pakistan have the best bowling attack in the tournament with Umar Gul Junaid Khan and Anwar Ali in charge of the seam attack and Saeed Ajmal and Shahid Afridi taking care of spin Even Mohammad Hafeez made a big impact in the last match against Afghanistan with three wickets after Ajmal kept things tight at one end Together the Pakistan spinners have bagged nine wickets in the first two matches while India’s Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja have taken six But yesterday against Sri Lanka both bowled well and once again a lot will depend on how they do in their combined 20 overs At what expense That the Indian seamers don’t inspire confidence is an old story Mohammed Shami takes wickets seven scalps in the first two matches but he leaks runs freely Last night in a relatively low-scoring game he went for 81 in his 10 overs and it eventually decided the outcome India don’t have a fast bowler like Gul who can take wickets upfront and keep the batters in check at death But Junaid’s wicket-less stint is a worry for Pakistan As far as batting is concerned India’s hopes rest on Kohli though Dhawan showed signs of returning to limited-overs form with a 114-ball 94 against Sri Lanka Rohit Sharma has struggled and Ambati Rayudu is yet to prove himself In a positive sense the match against Pakistan gives the young middle-order the opportunity to make a bold statement Pakistan’s batting too looks jittery and only Umar Akmal is in form with a 74 in the first match and a century in the second Misbah-ul-Haq has been strangely subdued but Hafeez is yet to get into the groove and the openers Ahmed Shehzad and Sharjeel Khan haven’t hit the ground running yet To help his batters return to form Abbas had a simple advice: “Don’t hit lofted shots and play along the ground” Live on Star Sports 1 – 1:30 pm For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News said the notices had to be responded to by 17 August. The spell was not a phase where the Lt Governor only had to stage a holding operation.