India are set for their biggest haul in medals at Asian Games. In the 2018 Asian Games, they won 70, their highest ever at the continental games. India have ended day 10 with 69 medals (15 gold, 26 silver and 28 bronze). In cricket, the Indian Men's national cricket team are through to the semi-finals after their win over Nepal. On Tuesday, India's medal charge was led by the athletics contingent with 6 medals while in the morning, it was led by archery. In athletics, Parul Chaudhary (gold, women's 5000m), Annu Rani (gold, women's javelin throw), Tejaswin Shankar (silver decathlon), Mohammed Afsal (silver, men's 800m), Praveen Chitharavel (bronze, men's triple jump), Vithya Ramraj (bronze, women's 400m hurdles) have won medals for India at the 19th Asian Games. Earlier, the day started with Arjun Singh and Sunil Singh Salam claiming bronze in Men's Canoe Double 1000m Event. Get Day 10 highlights here
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That's it for the day at the 19th Asian Games, day 10. See you tomorrow.
6:46pm: Boxing - Men's +92 kg Category
India's Narender loses his bout to Kazakhstan’s Kamshybek as he settles with a bronze medal. Narender went down 0-5 to Olympic and world championship medallist Kamshybek Kunkabayev of Kazakhstan in the semifinal to miss out on an Olympic quota.
6:43pm: Athletics - Women's Javelin Throw
India's Annu Rani wins gold in Women' Javelin Throw. She hit 62.92m to take the honours.
6:20pm: Athletics - Men's Decathlon
India's Tejaswin Shankar has won silver in the men's decathlon. What an achievement. He marked a National Record of 7666 points after placing fourth in the 1500m.
6:04pm: Athletics - Men's Triple Jump
India bag bronze in Men's Triple Jump event thanks to Praveen Chithravel's first jump of 16.68m.
6:00pm: Athletics - Men's 800m
Mohammed Afsal wins silver in the men’s 800m.
5:47pm: Athletics - Women's 5000m
India’s Parul Chaudhary wins gold in women’s 5000m at Asian Games. The 28-year-old stayed in the top two before stepping up in the final moments to pip Japan's Ririka Hironaka for the top position with a timing of 15:14.75. For Parul, it was a second medal at the continental championships after she had claimed a silver in the women’s 3000m Steeplechase on Monday.
5:24pm: Women’s 400m hurdles:
India's Vithya Ramraj wins bronze. She clocked 55.68s to win the medal in 400m Hurdles
Saurav Ghosal, Abhay-Anahat & Dipika-Harinderpal have qualified for the squash semis and assured India of a medal.
4:10pm: Squash - Men's Singles
Indian Squash star Saurav Ghosal is through to the semis after defeating Japan’s Ryunosuke Tsukue 2-0
3:14pm: Squash - Women's Quarter-final
India's Tanvi Khanna is out of medal contention as she loses her match against Satomi Watanabe of Japan 0-3 (11-5, 11-6, 14-12)
2:39pm: Kabaddi - Women's Category
Indian Women's Kabaddi team have beaten South Korea by a whopping margin of 56-23.
2:38pm: Squash - Indians In Action
Tanvi Khanna will take on Satomi Watanabe of Japan in the women’s singles quarter-final match, while the mixed doubles team of Dipika Pallikal Karthik/ Harinder Pal Singh take on Jemyca Aribado/ Robert Andrew of Philippines.
1:50pm: Women's Kabaddi - India Up Against Korea
After being held 34-34 by Chinese Taipei on Monday, the Indian women are up against Korea today. Korea are a stronger side on paper, so India will need to up their game.
12:59pm: Archery - Indian Challenge Ends In Recurve
Dhiraj Bommadevara and Atanu Das lose narrowly in their respective men's recurve individual quarter-finals, which means the Indian challenge now ends in the individual recurve section. The Indian women's challenge in the individual recurve section had ended on Monday.
12:16pm: Boxing - Lovlina In Final!
Lovlina wins her bout by unanimous decision (5:0) to storm into the final and assure at least a silver medal for India. She has also qualified for the Paris Olympics with the win!
12:02pm: Boxing - Time For Lovlina
India's Olympic medallist Lovlina Borgohain is now in action for her 75kg women's semifinal bout.
11:45am: Boxing - Preeti Wins Bronze
Semifinal win not to be for Preeti, as she loses the bout and will end with a bronze medal.
11:37am: Boxing - Preeti In Action
Preeti is now in action in her women's 54kg semifinal bout. Can she surmount the Chinese challenge?
10:45am: Squash Mixed Doubles - Abhay-Anahat Win
India's Abhay Singh and Anahat Singh prevail over the Hong Kong pairing of Tsz Wing Tong and Ming Hong Tang in straight games 11-10, 11-8 to win their Pool D encounter.
10:20am: Ojas Joins Abhishek In Final!
Ojas Pravin Deotale puts up a fantastic show in his semifinal, pipping Yang Jaewon of South Korea 150-146 to set up an all-Indian individual men's compound final where he will face teammate Abhishek Verma. Gold, silver both confirmed for India.
9:58am: Men's Cricket - IND Win!
India beat Nepal by 23 runs and progress to the semifinals of the competition. Chasing a target of 203, Nepal gave it their all but ended up with 179 on the board.
9:46am: Archery - Abhishek Through To Final!
Abhishek Verma advances to the gold medal match in the men’s compound individual event, beating South Korea’s Joo Jaehoon 147-145.
9:38am: Women's Hockey - India Thrash Hong Kong 13-0
India absolutely pummel Hong Kong 13-0 in their last group stage match to proceed to the semifinals in style.
9:14am: Archery - Jyothi Beats Aditi In SF
In an all-Indian semifinal, Jyothi Surekha Vennam defeats Aditi Gopichand Swami 149-146 in the compound women's individual semifinal. Jyothi proceeds to the summit clash, while Aditi will fight for the bronze medal.
8:42am: Medal In Canoe Sprint!
India have their first medal of the morning via canoe sprint. Arjun Singh and Sunil Singh Salam win bronze in the men’s canoe doubles 1000m final, finishing behind Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan with a timing of 3:53.329.
8:35am: Men's Cricket - Avesh Strikes
Avesh gets india's first breakthrough in Nepal's chase of 203.Avesh gets some extra bounce to dismiss Aasif, who edges it through to keeper Jitesh. First international catch for Jitesh on debut. Nepal 36-1 in 4.5 overs.
8:39am: Archery - Abhishek, Ojas Makes SFs
Abhishek Verma and Ojas Deotale win their respective matches to enter the semifinal round. All four Indian compound archers now into the last-four stage.
7:55am: Men's Cricket - Yashasvi Cracks 48-Ball Ton
The young Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal scores a typically aggressive hundred to take India past 150. He is out at 100, but has done his job. Follow the match live here.
7:54am: Men's Decathlon - Tejaswin 3rd In Discus Throw
Tejaswin does well in the discus throw too. He registers his personal best throw of 39.28m and notches up the third position in the discipline. The Indian is still in the overall lead at the event.
7:29am: Kabaddi - India Win
India set aside Bangladesh 55-18 to start their campaign on a confident note.
7:01am: Archery - Aditi Makes SFs
India's Aditi Gopichand Swami defeats Amaya Amparo Conjuangco 149-143 to move into the semi-final stage. She will face her teammate Jyothi Surekha Vennam in the semi-finals later today.
6:39am: Men’s Decathlon - Tejaswin 5th In 110m hurdles
The men's decathlon event starts with 110m hurdles. India's Tejaswin Shankar ends fifth with a time of 14.78s. Tejaswin took the lead last evening after winning his pet discipline high jump and the 400m race, .
6:35am: Archery - Jyothi Through To SFs
India's Jyothi Surekha Vennam advances to the semi-finals with a 147-144 win over Kazakhstan’s Adel Zhexenbinova.
6:34am: Kabaddi - IND vs BAN
India lead Bangladesh 24-9 at half-time
6:21am: Men's Cricket - IND vs NEP
India have won the toss and elected to bat first in the quarterfinal. Follow the match live here.
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Here's a look at the day ahead. This will give you an idea of how busy the morning is for India.
6:00 AM: Kabaddi – India vs. Bangladesh
6:10 AM: Archery – Jyothi Vennam vs. Adel Zhexenbinova (KAZ) (Compound Women’s Individual QF)
6:30 AM: Sepaktakraw – India vs. South Korea (Men’s Quadrant Group B)
6:30 AM: Cricket – India vs. Nepal (Men’s QF)
6:30 AM: Archery – Aditi Swami vs. Amaya Cojuangco (PHI) (Compound Women’s Individual QF)
6:40 AM: Athletics – Chanda (Women’s 800m Round 1 Heat 1)
6:48 AM: Athletics – Harmilan Bains (Women’s 800m Round 1 Heat 2)
7:10 AM: Athletics – Team India (Men’s 4x400m Relay Round 1 Heat 1)
7:30 AM: Soft Tennis – India vs. Chinese Taipei (Men’s Team Round Group A)
7:30 AM: Soft Tennis – India vs. Mongolia (Women’s Team Group A)
7:45 AM: Hockey – India vs. Hong Kong, China (Women’s Pool A)
7:45 AM: Canoe Sprint – Soniya Phairembam (Women’s Kayak Single 500m final)
7:50 AM: Archery – Abhishek Verma vs. Andrey Tyutyun (KAZ) (Compound Men’s Individual QF)
8:10 AM: Archery – Ojas Deotale vs. Akbarali Karabayev (KAZ) (Compound Men’s Individual QF)
8:10 AM: Badminton – H.S. Prannoy vs. Batdavaa Munkhbat (MGL) (Men’s Single Round of 32)
8:20 AM: Canoe Sprint – Team India (Men’s Canoe Double 1000m final)
8:30 AM: Squash – India vs. Japan (Mixed Doubles Pool A)
8:50 AM: Badminton – P.V. Sindhu vs. Wen-Chi Hsu (TPE) (Women’s Singles Round of 32)
9:00 AM: Sport Climbing – Shivpreet Pannu, Anisha Verma (Women’s Speed Qualification)
9:15 AM: Canoe Sprint – Team India (Women’s Kayak Four 500m final)
9:30 AM: Canoe Sprint – Team India (Women’s Canoe Double 200m final)
9:40 AM: Sport Climbing – Dhiraj Birajdar, Aman Verma (Men’s Speed Qualification)
10:00 AM: Squash – India vs. Hong Kong, China (Mixed Doubles Pool D)
10:30 AM: Diving – Siddharth Pardeshi vs. London Hemam (Men’s 3m Springboard Preliminary)
10:50 AM: Badminton – Ashmita Chaliha vs. Gregoria Tunjung (INA) (Women’s Singles Round of 32)
11:00 AM: Soft Tennis – Cambodia vs. India (Men’s Team Group A)
11:00 AM: Soft Tennis – Vietnam vs. India (Women’s Team Group A)
11:30 AM: Boxing – Preeti vs. Yuan Chang (CHN) (Women’s 50-54kg SF)
12:00 PM: Boxing – Baison Maneekon (THA) vs. Lovlina Borgohain (Women’s 66-75kg SF)
12:45 PM: Soft Tennis – South Korea vs. India (Men’s Team Group A)
12:50 PM: Badminton – Teresa Jolly/Gayatri Gopichand vs. Abdul Razzaq AN/Abdul Razzaq FN (MDV) (Women’s Doubles Round of 32)
1:30 PM: Kabaddi – South Korea vs. India (Women’s Team Group A)
2:10 PM: Badminton – Tanisha Crasto/Ashwini Ponappa vs. Fathuhulla Ismail/Rasheed AA (Women’s Doubles Round of 32)
2:10 PM: Badminton – Kidambi Srikanth vs. Yungyu Lee (KOR) (Men’s Singles Round of 32)
2:45 PM: Soft Tennis – India vs. China (Women’s Team Group A)
4:30 PM: Athletics – Rubina Yadav, Pooja (Women’s High Jump final)
4:40 PM: Athletics – Abdulla Narangolintevida, Praveen Chitharavel (Men’s Triple Jump final)
4:50 PM: Athletics – Vithya Ramraj (Women’s 400m Hurdles final)
5:05 PM: Athletics – Yashas Palaksha, Santhosh Tamilarasan (Men’s 400m Hurdles final)
5:15 PM: Boxing – Sachin vs. Ping Lyu (CHN) (Men’s 51-57kg QF)
5:20 PM: Athletics – Parul Chaudhary, Ankita (Women’s 5000m final)
5:40 PM: Athletics – Annu Rani (Women’s Javelin Throw final)
5:55 PM: Athletics – Krishan Kumar, Mohammed Pulikkalakath (Men’s 800m final)
6:30 PM: Boxing – Narender vs. Kunkabayev (KAZ) (Men’s +92kg SF)
6:30 PM: Soft Tennis – Japan vs. India (Women’s Team Group A)
Day 10 is filled with a variety of events in different sports. Indian men's kabaddi team will take on Bangladesh early morning, followed by the men's cricket team's quarter-final match against Nepal. Besides the team events, a host of Indian athletes will also be in action in individual events.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of Day 10 at the Asian Games. The Indian contingent has an action-packed day ahead and we will bring to you all the live updates.