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SAG 2019: India End 13th South Asian Games On Top With Record Medal Haul

Dec 10, 2019 PTI

India collected 174 gold, 93 silver and 45 bronze after ten days of competitions in the 13th edition of the South Asian Games to surpass the 309 (189 gold, 90 silver and 30 bronze) they had won in the previous edition in Guwahati and Shillong in 2016

SAG 2019: India Close In To 300-Medal Mark On Penultimate Day, Set To Tally For 13th Time On Trot

Dec 09, 2019 PTI

Indian athletes won 12 silver and 3 bronze to end Day 8 of South Asain Games 2019 with 294 medals (159 gold, 91 silver and 44 gold) to further widen the gap with second-placed Nepal who have collected 195 medals (49 gold, 54 silver and 92 bronze)


Dismissed For 8 Runs: More Ducks Than Your Local Pond As Maldives Quack Under Pressure

Of Maldives Women's eight runs, seven came via extras, as Nepal Women cruised to a 10-wicket win to claim bronze at the South Asian Games

South Asian Games 2019, Day 3 Wrap: India Win 29 Medals, Including 15 Gold; Jump To Top Of Medal Tally

Dec 04, 2019 PTI

India won 15 gold medals on Day of the South Asian Games 2019 as the country's medal tally stood at 32 gold, 26 silver and 13 bronze for a total of 71. Nepal close second with a haul of 29 gold, 15 silver and 25 bronze for a total of 69 medals


South Asian Games 2019, Day 2 Wrap: India Clinch 27 Medals With Big Hauls From Shooting, Athletics; Remains 2nd

India's medal tally on the second day of South Asian Games 2019 stood at 43 medals (18 gold, 16 silver and 9 bronze), behind hosts Nepal's 44 (23 gold, 9 silver, 12 bronze). Sri Lanka was third with 46 medals (5 gold, 14 silver, 27 bronze)

03 December, 2019

South Asian Games: India Win 10 Medals In Athletics

PTI

India thus won 4 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze on Tuesday, the opening day of athletics competition of 2019 South Asian Games


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Health workers inoculate a COVID-19 vaccine dose to a beneficiary during a mega-vaccination drive to mark PM Modi's 71st birthday, in Beawar district.

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Devotees carry an idol of Lord Ganesh for immersion in the Tawi river, in Jammu.

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Saints pray to Lord Swaminarayan during 'Jal Jalani Edkashi' at Gurukul in Surat.

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Activists of Samuga Needhi Katchi wear masks of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin and former chief minister M Karunanidhi, during the pledge owing on the 143rd birth anniversary of Thanthai Periyar, in Coimbatore.

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Health workers inoculate a COVID-19 vaccine dose to a beneficiary during a mega-vaccination drive to mark PM Modi's 71st birthday, in Ahmedabad.

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