With the win, the 17-year-old's live rating stands at 2692, just eight away from 2700, considered as a magical figure in the world of Classical chess.
The fourth race of the championship is all set to be hosted by Ace Nxt Gen and accelerated by Greenko, for the first time in India in partnership with Formula E and the Telangana government.
World No.3 Kadam defeated Singapore's Chee Hiong Ang 21-14 21-15 in the men's singles SL4 category, while Nehal Gupta won the SL3 event beating Mathieu Thomas of France 21-16 21-14.
The latest gold shows that her hunger for the sport remains intact and she means business.
The 2018 Asian and Commonwealth Games were the highlights of her coaching stint in India.
The 17-year-old from Tamil Nadu finished on top of the podium at the BWF Para-Badminton World Championships in Tokyo on Sunday
Bhanwala scored two points with a take-down move and with 35 seconds left in the bout, managed to push his rival on the back to level the scores.
The four medals swelled India's tally to 20 medals including nine gold, three silver and eight bronze medals.
According to a WFI communication, the visa was denied because the Spanish authorities felt that the team will not leave the country before the expiry of visa.
However, in an eight-man ranking match, Shiva got off to a slow start and never recovered, eventually becoming the first one to get knocked out.
Indian shooters got off to an ideal start in the ISSF World Championship (rifle/pistol) in Cairo, Egypt, with the women’s 25m pistol team returning with a bronze medal on Thursday.
Indian skeet shooters’ toil continued on Day 2 of the ongoing ISSF World Championship in Osijek, where Olympic quotas are on the line.
Youngster finishes fourth in ongoing World Championships at Osijek, becomes first marksman to earn Paris ticket from country.
India’s trap shooters have plenty of catching up to do. In the men’s event, Bhowneesh Mendiratta made an ideal start, hitting 25 out of 25 in the first round.
The 28-year-old is not someone who holds back and she came out with a long statement, that gave a sense of how hurt she was by the criticism.
Despite sustaining an injury in the opening bout, the wrestler shows fighting spirit to return with a bronze medal.
The first report in a French newspaper provoked a storm of protest on social media.
While Dahiya made an early exit, Naveen entered the bronze medal match after beating World No.4 Syrbaz Talgat of Uzbekistan in 70kg opening round of repechage 11-3.
The 28-year-old from Haryana bags 53kg bronze to become the first woman from the country to win two medals at the World Championships.
The beginning though was not easy. The training for the season had started late and Neeraj would not want to repeat those mistakes that led to him missing so many days of training.