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The Super Kings Academy will open a location in Karaikudi

<p>At Alagappa Institutions in Karaikudi, a franchise-based facility will host the eleventh Super Kings Academy location. The center will have eight pitches—four grass, two matting, and two astro turf—as well as floodlights and a fully functional field with pitches for both turf and matting. In April, boys’ and girls’ cricket instruction will start for ages 6 to 23.</p>
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<p>We are happy to expand Super Kings Academy across Tamil Nadu and so aid in the growth of grassroots cricket. With our facilities and skilled coaching techniques, I’m certain we can develop the potential of the future generation,” stated Chennai Super Kings Cricket Limited CEO Kasi Viswanathan. Parents and interested students should visit www.superkingsacademy.com or call 7305422282, 9894810190, or 9442322515 with questions.</p>
<p>Kushagra wins the highest honor.</p>
<p>The Tamil Nadu State Chess Association and the Coimbatore District Chess Association jointly organized the 20th Tamil Nadu IM Norm Closed Circuit chess competition, which was won by IM Kushagra Mohan of India. After both Kushagra and IM Sitnikov Anton of Ukraine finished with seven points each, the former was crowned the champion due to a superior tie-break score.</p>
<p>Titles of St. Joseph’s bags</p>
<p>The men’s and women’s basketball teams from St. Joseph’s performed well to win the SVCE Trophy.</p>
<p>Men’s basketball (finals): Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering, Chennai d. St. Joseph’s College of Engineering, 65-45. Women: SSN College of Engineering, Chennai; St. Joseph’s College of Engineering 52–50.</p>

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