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Asian Games 2018: Amit Panghal enters final in 49kg boxing event, Vikas Krishan clinches bronze
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Asian Games 2018: Amit Panghal enters final in 49kg boxing event, Vikas Krishan clinches bronze

Amit Panghal was the lone Indian boxer to make the final in the ongoing edition, beating Philippines' Carlo Paalam in a 3-2 verdict.

Asian Games 2018: India men's squash team clinch bronze after loss to Malaysia in semifinals
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Asian Games 2018: India men's squash team clinch bronze after loss to Malaysia in semifinals

The Indian men, who also entered the mega-event as defending champions, settled for bronze after a 0-2 loss to Hong Kong in the semifinals. Saurav Ghosal, who was not fully fit, and Harinder Pal Sandhu, lost to Max Lee and Leo Au, 0-3 and 1-3 respectively.

Asian Games 2018: Hockey India says World Cup last chance for coach Harendra Singh and Co to retain their jobs
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Asian Games 2018: Hockey India says World Cup last chance for coach Harendra Singh and Co to retain their jobs

Ranked fifth in the world, defending champions India were favourites to retain the Asian Games title and they looked on course after an unbeaten pool campaign during which they registered a record 76 goals.

Asian Games 2018: Varsha Gautham, Sweta Shervegar grab silver in 49er FX Women's event as India win three medals in sailing
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Asian Games 2018: Varsha Gautham, Sweta Shervegar grab silver in 49er FX Women's event as India win three medals in sailing

Varun Thakkar Ashok and Chengappa Ganapathy Kelapanda won bronze with a total of 53 after race 15 in the 49er men's event.

Asian Games 2018: After Kurash silver at Asiad, Pincky Balhara inspired to gun for Olympic medal in judo
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Asian Games 2018: After Kurash silver at Asiad, Pincky Balhara inspired to gun for Olympic medal in judo

The sport may still lack the glamour of judo, which is an Olympic discipline, but the medals in the Asian Games have been the perfect shot in the arm for kurash in India.

Asian Games 2018: Joshana Chinappa beat Nicole David as Indian women's squash team enter final
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Asian Games 2018: Joshana Chinappa beat Nicole David as Indian women's squash team enter final

Chinappa, the world number 16, had a point to prove after a crushing loss against familiar foe Annie Au in the final pool match against Hong Kong yesterday.

Asian Games 2018: Powered by PT Usha's pep talk, Jinson Johnson sets aside 800m disappointment to take 1500m gold
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Asian Games 2018: Powered by PT Usha's pep talk, Jinson Johnson sets aside 800m disappointment to take 1500m gold

Jinson Johnson's pride and self-confidence restored after Usha’s uplifting words, he went about constructing his 1500m triumph after losing gold in the 800m event to compatriot Manjit Singh.

Highlights, Asian Games 2018, Day 13 : Indian women's hockey team wins silver after losing 1-2 to Japan in final
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Highlights, Asian Games 2018, Day 13 : Indian women's hockey team wins silver after losing 1-2 to Japan in final

Asian Games 2018, Day 13 LIVE Updates: With India having won 59 medals in 12 days, Friday will represent an opportunity to go past their best-ever tally of 65 medals at an Asiad. Catch all the action from Jakarta and Palembang on our liveblog

Asian Games 2018: Shower of medals in athletics not enough to ease pain of India's shock loss in men's hockey
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Asian Games 2018: Shower of medals in athletics not enough to ease pain of India's shock loss in men's hockey

On Thursday, India discovered that the powerful, alluring and addictive scent of victory, floating from different events on track and field, is inadequate to quell the stench of a shock defeat in men’s hockey.

Asian Games 2018: With boxer Vikas Krishan, Indian women's hockey team in action, here's full schedule of Day 13
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Asian Games 2018: With boxer Vikas Krishan, Indian women's hockey team in action, here's full schedule of Day 13

Here's the schedule of the Indian contingent on the 13th day of the Asian Games taking place in the Indonesian cities of Jakarta and Palembang.

India continue stellar run in athletics as Jinson Johnson, women's relay team bag gold; men's hockey team lose to Malaysia
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India continue stellar run in athletics as Jinson Johnson, women's relay team bag gold; men's hockey team lose to Malaysia

Day 12 of the Asian Games saw India continue their incredible performances in Athletics, with Jinson Johnson picking up a gold for the 1500 metres event and the women's 4x400 metres relay team also winning gold.

Asian Games 2018: Paddlers Manika Batra, Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran progress to singles pre-quarters
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Asian Games 2018: Paddlers Manika Batra, Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran progress to singles pre-quarters

Indian paddlers Manika Batra and Sharath Kamal progressed to the women's and men's singles pre-quarter-finals in the table tennis competition of the 18th Asian Games at Jakarta on Thursday.

Asian Games 2018: India clinch fifth consecutive gold in women's 4x400m relay; Jinson Johnson wins men's 1500m
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Asian Games 2018: India clinch fifth consecutive gold in women's 4x400m relay; Jinson Johnson wins men's 1500m

The Indian 4x400m women's relay team on Thursday clinched its fifth consecutive Asian Games gold medal to maintain a remarkable domination in this event while Jinson Johnson won the men's 1500m final race as the country produced its best ever show in athletics since the inaugural 1951 edition.

Asian Games 2018: Coach Harendra Singh slams Indian men's hockey team after semi-final loss to Malaysia
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Asian Games 2018: Coach Harendra Singh slams Indian men's hockey team after semi-final loss to Malaysia

Chief coach Harendra Singh slammed the Indian hockey team for making silly mistakes in the Asian Games semi-final against Malaysia, and said the 6-7 loss has made Olympic qualification a lot tougher.

Asian Games 2018: I'm sure PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal will crack Tai Tzu-ying's game, says Pullela Gopichand
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Asian Games 2018: I'm sure PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal will crack Tai Tzu-ying's game, says Pullela Gopichand

Chinese Taipei's Tai Tzu Ying is a complete package but Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu will soon crack the mystery surrounding the world No 1, who has proved to be their nemesis, India chief coach Pullela Gopichand said on Thursday.

Asian Games 2018: India face defending champions Malaysia in women's squash team semis after loss to Hong Kong
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Asian Games 2018: India face defending champions Malaysia in women's squash team semis after loss to Hong Kong

The Indian women's squash team lost the all-important match against Hong Kong 1-2 to finish second in Group B, resulting in a tougher semi-final opponent in defending champions Malaysia at the Asian Games at Jakarta on Thursday.

Asian Games 2018: Seema Punia fails to repeat Incheon gold, gets bronze in women's discus throw
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Asian Games 2018: Seema Punia fails to repeat Incheon gold, gets bronze in women's discus throw

Defending champion Seema Punia on Thursday settled for a bronze in the women's discus throw event in the Asian Games in Jakarta.

Asian Games 2018: Defending champions India suffer heartbreaking loss to Malaysia in men's hockey semis
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Asian Games 2018: Defending champions India suffer heartbreaking loss to Malaysia in men's hockey semis

Defending champions India crashed out of the Asian Games men's hockey competition after a heartbreaking 6-7 loss to lower-ranked Malaysia via penalty shoot-off in the semi-finals at Jakarta on Thursday.

Asian Games 2018: Indian judokas Harshdeep Singh Brar, Garima Choudhary crash out in pre-quarterfinals
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Asian Games 2018: Indian judokas Harshdeep Singh Brar, Garima Choudhary crash out in pre-quarterfinals

Hardeep lost to South Korea's Seungsu Lee 3-10 in the round of 16 of the men's 81kg category.

Asian Games 2018: Dutee Chand's success proves India's ace sprinter has run past history of accusations and ostracisation
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Asian Games 2018: Dutee Chand's success proves India's ace sprinter has run past history of accusations and ostracisation

Dutee has sprinted out of every conceivable pigeonhole we pushed her into. India has to realise she is no more a novelty act. She is the Act.