D. Harika

D. Harika

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Date of Birth January 12, 1991

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Asian Games 2023 Chess: India's best moments from previous Asian Games Asian Games 2023 Chess: India's best moments from previous Asian Games
Asian Games 2023 Chess: India's best moments from previous Asian Games
Koneru Humpy finishes second, Harika Dronavalli third as Ju Wenjun takes Tata Steel Chess India Blitz title Koneru Humpy finishes second, Harika Dronavalli third as Ju Wenjun takes Tata Steel Chess India Blitz title
Koneru Humpy finishes second, Harika Dronavalli third as Ju Wenjun takes Tata Steel Chess India Blitz title
Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa overcomes Hikaru Nakamura in FIDE World Cup with 33 moves Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa overcomes Hikaru Nakamura in FIDE World Cup with 33 moves
Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa overcomes Hikaru Nakamura in FIDE World Cup with 33 moves
Chess Olympiad: Indian women's A team record 7th successive win, India A beat India C in Open category Chess Olympiad: Indian women's A team record 7th successive win, India A beat India C in Open category
Chess Olympiad: Indian women's A team record 7th successive win, India A beat India C in Open category
Indian juggernaut rolls on as all six teams win their matches for third day in succession at Chess Olympiad Indian juggernaut rolls on as all six teams win their matches for third day in succession at Chess Olympiad
Indian juggernaut rolls on as all six teams win their matches for third day in succession at Chess Olympiad

D. Harika: A Brief Biography

Dronavalli Harika is a leading Indian chess player. She came to prominence winning the World Youth Championships in the Under-14 and Under-18 categories. She has won the Commonwealth Women\'s Championship three times in 2006, 2007 and 2010. She is the recipient of three World Youth Chess Championship titles. In 2008, she took the Girl\'s title at the World Junior Chess Championship at Turkey. She was the winner of the Arjuna award in 2007. She won Bronze medal in 2010 Asian Games in Woman\'s individual rapid event. In 2011 she won the Asian Individual Women Chess Championship 2011. Harika earned the Grandmaster title in July 2011.

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