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Monday, August 1, 2022

Narendra Modi declares open 44th Chess Olympiad

PM Modi declares open 44th Chess Olympiad 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared open the FIDE 44th Chess Olympiad then on Thursday, and encouraging the players, said that in sports there are no disasters but winners and unborn winners. 

The Chess Olympiad is hosted by India at a special time in its history, which marks 75 times of freedom from social rule, he said. 

In his address during the initial at the Jawaharlal Nehru Inner Stadium, Modi said it's an honour to have transnational chess players at a similar a special time." In sports there are no disasters, there are winners and there are unborn winners," he said. 

The Prime Minister, as in the events held in Tamil Nadu in the history began his speech by uttering the Tamil word for felicitations,' Vanakkam.' 

He said that in a short period of time, the organisers have made excellent arrangements. The Tamil Nadu government along with the Centre's full help is hosting the event. 

Assuring the stylish hospitality to players from far and wide, Modi quoted the' Athithi Devo Bhava' watchword which means' our guests are like God.' Also, the Prime Minister cited Tamil saint minstrel Tiruvalluvar's brace on the significance of hospitality. 

Tamil Nadu Governor R N Ravi, Chief Minister M K Stalin, Union Ministers Anurag Thakur and L Murugan among others were present during the spangling opening form. 

The sporting event will be held in the near Mamallapuram, about 50 km from then. 

The Olympiad is being held in India for the first time ever, after being moved out of Russia following its irruption of Ukraine and has attracted a record number of record in the Open( 188) and women's( 162) sections. 

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