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India finish with best ever medal haul at the Asian Games

India finish with best ever medal haul at the Asian Games

On the final day of the Asian Games, India finished with its best-ever medal haul at the regional showpiece. India finished eighth in the overall medal tally for the third consecutive time. India also equaled its highest gold medal tally with 15 golds. Apart from 15 golds, India bagged 24

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Asian Games Day 13: Women's hockey team win silver; three medals in sailing for India

Asian Games Day 13: Women’s hockey team win silver; three medals in sailing for India

On the penultimate day of the Asian Games, women’s hockey team bagged silver in a fought final against Japan. India also won a silver and couple of bronze medals in sailing and another in men’s team squash on Friday. India stands eight in the overall medals tally with 65 medals –

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Asian Games Day 12 highlights: Athletes clinch 5 medals on final day; Hockey team suffers shock defeat in semi-finals

Asian Games Day 12 highlights: Athletes clinch 5 medals on final day; Hockey team suffers shock defeat in semi-finals

Indian athletes finished on a high on the final day of track and field events at the 18th Asian Games in Indonesia. Jinson Johnson added a gold medal after missing out in the 800 meters. The women’s and men’s relay team clinched gold and silver in 4 X 400 meters

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Asian Games Day 11 highlights: Arpinder Singh and Swapna Barman bag gold medals, Dutee Chand wins another silver

Asian Games Day 11 highlights: Arpinder Singh and Swapna Barman bag gold medals, Dutee Chand wins another silver

Indian athletes shone once again at the 18th Asian Games on Wednesday. Arpinder Singh and Swapna Barman bagged gold for India. Dutee Chand clinched her second silver in Jakarta. Veteran Sharath Kamal and Manika Batra bagged India’s first ever medal in mixed doubles table tennis. The Indian women’s hockey team

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Asian Games Day 10 highlights: Sindhu clinches silver, Manjit Singh wins the 800 metres finals

Asian Games Day 10 highlights: Sindhu clinches silver, Manjit Singh wins the 800 metres finals

A flurry of medals was added to India’s tally on day 10 of the 18th Asian Games in Indonesia. India moved up to eighth place in the medal tally with 50 medals – 9 gold, 19 silver and 22 bronze. Here are all the medal-winning highlights: Badminton Even in her loss

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Neeraj Chopra

Athletes clinch a bevy of medals for India on Day 9

Day 9 at the 18th Asian Games in Indonesia was an eventful day for Indian track and field athletes. Neeraj Chopra bagged a historic gold in the javelin throw. Neena Varakil, Sudha Singh, and Dharun Ayyasamy clinched silver for India in track and field events. Saina Nehwal settled for bronze

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More medals follow for India on day 7 and 8 in Indonesia

More medals follow for India on day 7 and 8 in Indonesia

More medals were added to India's medal tally on day 7 and 8 of the 18th Asian Games in Indonesia. Here are the medal-winning highlights from the two days: Tajinderpal Singh Toor wins India’s first gold in the athletics on Friday at the Asian Games. The 23-year old threw the iron

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Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan

Rowers shine on Day 6 at Asian Games

Six more medals were added to India’s tally on the conclusion of Day 6 on Friday at Asian Games. Men’s tennis doubles pair Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan clinched gold in the finals. Men’s quadruple sculls team also won gold on the final day of rowing events. Dushyant won bronze

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Shardul Vihaan, Ankita Raina bag medals on Day 5 at Asian Games

Shardul Vihaan, Ankita Raina bag medals on Day 5 at Asian Games

India bagged two medals on Day 5 of the Asian Games in Indonesia. Fifteen-year-old Shardul Vihan clinched silver in the men’s double trap shooting event becoming the youngest Indian shooter to win a medal at this year’s games. Ankita Raina emulated Sania Mirza, winning bronze in the single’s tennis category.

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Shooter Rahi Sarnobat and Wushu players win medals on Day 4 at Asian Games

Shooter Rahi Sarnobat and Wushu players win medals on Day 4 at Asian Games

The second day on the trot, India secured 5 medals raking up the tally to 15 medals in the showpiece Asian event. Shooter Rahi Sarnobat became the country’s first woman to win a gold in shooting at the Asian Games. The Wushu contingent gave their best performance ever to clinch

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