Haram (; Arabic: حَرَام, ḥarām) is an Arabic term meaning ‘forbidden’. This may refer to: either something sacred to which access is forbidden to the people who are not in a state of purity or who are not initiated into the sacred knowledge; or, in direct contrast, to an evil and thus "sinful action that is forbidden to be done".
Islam is life does not mean only praying the 5 daily prayers and fasting during the month of Ramadhan, but include all our life like what to eat and what not to eat, what to drink, what not to drink, what to wear, what not to wear, what to listen to and what not to listen to. Real Muslim obeys Allah in every act in his/her life.
'Listening to sinful music is not permissible in Islam. Some persons like listening to such music despite the fact that it is not permissible. They should try their best to obey Allah rather than obeying their desires.
If the animal is not Halal, the product will be non Halal as well.
It is not permissible to spend any amount which was earned from Haraam source on family or friends. Such money must be given back to the real owner or if unknown or unreachable then to be spent on poor people through the Marje of Taqleed.
No one has a right to pick in Islamic rules whatever he feels more logical for him. We must obey Allah even if our thinking based on our limited knowledge does not digest it. The orders of Allah are taken from the Prophet (SAWA) and his Holy Progeny Ahlul Bayt (AS). You need to follow the most highest scholar ( Marje' of Taqleed) to seek guidance.
If you have your family's blessings, and she has her family's blessings, then you can commence with communicating with her, within the shar'i boundaries of course. That would be something positive, to get the know the person prior to the marriage ceremony.
However, if it is away from parents knowing, and without any correct guidance, then you should not do that. A male/female going behind their parents' and secretly communicating with another person, wanting to supposedly marry them, is not at all advisable.
Parents should never be the last to know. That is a very disloyal trait, and in most cases ends very bad. First step is to have family involved, and then everything will fall in place, in shaa Allah.
With prayers for your success.
Shrimp (prawn) is Halal. It is not Makrouh. It is the only sea food which is Halal beside the fish with scales. Shrimp is Halal according to Shia and Sunni sects.
Muslim is not allowed to sell or take part in marketing or selling alcohol or pork. You should refrain putting such unlawful items on your website or platform. If you sell such Haraam items,bayou will be committing a sinful act, and every income from such work is Haraam as well.
You should keep your platform and business activities clean and pure from any Haraam business.
In regards to chess specifically, and playing it of course with no gambling, this is a fiqhi matter, where our esteemed Maraji' have different verdicts.
For example, A.U. Seyid Sistani (may Allah prolong his life) says that it is absolutely haram.
As for A.U. Seyid Khamenei (may Allah prolong his life), he says if it is commonly seen in the custom of people ('urf) as a gambling instrument, then it is haram, and if not, then it is halal.
You must refer to your Marja' taqleed for this fatwa.
And Allah knows best.