- Praggnanandhaa secured a victory against the reigning World Champion Ding Liren in the fourth round at Tata Steel Masters.
- Following this achievement, Praggnanandhaa surpassed Viswanathan Anand in FIDE’s live ratings.
- He now holds the position of India’s top-ranked chess player, moving ahead of the five-time world champion Anand.
- Praggnanandhaa joins Anand as the second Indian to defeat a reigning world champion in classical chess.
Students seeking admission to undergraduate courses in 41 central universities may not be able to rely on their Class 12th marks alone. With the finalization of plan to conduct the Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET), students will have to prepare to fill an online form and appear for the test.