Indian players are working hard to remain in contention for a medal at the ongoing World Youth Chess Championship being held at Porto Carras in Greece. Despite tough fights in the 8th round , the Indian players could muster a few important victories on the top boards. In the Girls under 18, India’s Bhakti Kulkarni played a remarkable game to defeat two times Asian Champion. In the Boys section under 18 Anwesh Upadhaya won his game while two other Indians Sethuraman and Priyadarshan could only secure a draw In the girls under 14, P V Nandhidha secrured a well deserved on Board two and is on 6.5 points , half a point behind the leader. In the Boys under 14 Shiven Khosla played a good game with white pieces and secured a comfortable win Vaibhav Suri, who drew his last two games and slipped to 10 th position made a remarkable recovery by winning the 8th round game and jumped to 5th Position The remaining three Rounds will be very crucial as Indian players playing on the first 5 boards must win their games to remain in contention for a medal.