Sania to lead side
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Sania Mirza will lead India in the Asia/Oceania Group I Fed Cup tie from February 6-9 in the away tie in Astana, Kazhakstan. The team announced by the AITA on Friday also named Kyra Shroff, Rutuja Bhosale and Rishika Sunkara. Ankita Raina and Prerna Bhambri are reserves.
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GM Parimarjan Negi got off to a good start in the category 18, AICF-AAI Chess Cup in New Delhi. He held top seed Radoslav Wojtaszek of Poland to a draw despite a slight error in the endgame arising out of a Grunfeld defence. Abhijeet Gupta held Krishnan Sasikiran to a draw, and Ukrainian Anton Korobov signed peace with Evgeny Alekseev of Russia.
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