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At the Asian Junior Girls chess Championship at Bikaner, a 14-year-old Indian girl walked away with the silver medal. Harika Dronavalli, India's new mega-talent, has won more titles than anyone else in her age group.
World under-14 champion and Asias youngest women Grandmaster D. Harika dreams to follow the footsteps of Hungarian GM Judit Polgar. Like Judit, she want to challenge mens dominance on her own. Harika, who is a tenth standard student at Shri Venkateshwara Bal Kuter in Gntur (Anhdra Pradesh) brought laurels to her country, when she won the world U-14 girls championship in Greece last year.