- Samaresh Jung wins fifth gold
- Lifters Geeta Rani and Simple Kaur in one-two finish
- Vivek Singh picks silver behind Jung
- Elite Athlete with a Disability gets bronze in discus
- Manavjit Singh takes bronze in men's trap shooting
- Anju Bobby George enters final
- Three more boxers in semi-finals, making it five in last four
- Paddlers, Badminton players make good progress
- India's tally at the Games: 16 gold, 11 silver, 7 bronze
Samaresh Jung continued to shoot down the targets like it is the easiest thing in the world. Scoring way ahead of the others, he added a fifth gold medal from the men's 10m Air Pistol to his overflowing kitty on Wednesday at the Commonwealth Games.
In six events thus far at the Games he has won five gold and a silver.
Vivek Singh grabbed the silver in the 10m Air Pistol to make it a one-two for India.
Jung, who has two gold and three silver from the 2002 Commonwealth Games, is sure to be the biggest medal grosser from these Games and probably the biggest in the 76-year history of the Games.
While still on shooting, Sanjeev Rajput in the men's 50m Rifle Prone and Manavjit Singh in added a bronze medal each in the Trap event.
Women weightlifters Geeta Rani and SImple Kaur Bhumrah made it yet another one-two for India, as they grabbed two medals in the over 75 kg category. India ended the weightlifting competition with three gold, four silver and one bronze.
Ranjith Jayaseelan, India's representative in discus throw for Elite Athletes with a Disability (EDA), added a bronze to the tally.
Anju Bobby George, India's main hope in athletics, qualified for the women's long jump final. She had a best jump of 6.41 metres. The final is on Friday.
The Indian men's hockey team however failed to make the semi-finals despite beating South Africa 2-0 in the league match.
With Malaysia keeping down its margin of defeat to just one goal against Pakistan, India were shut out of the last four on the higher number of goals scored. Pakistan won 6-5.
"Samaresh Jung's haul of gold medals is a record for India at any single Games. I can only remember P T Usha winning five gold medals back in the 1985 in an Asian Track and field meet. No other Indian has won five gold medals at a single international sports meet of this level for India. It is a monumental performance and there is more to come from this talented shorter," said Indian Olympic Association president Suresh Kalmadi.
Jung was modest. "I'm not interested in the record or the gold. If I am shooting well then I am happy," he said.
"I was leading by a good margin, but anything can happen in the final. Some unwanted thoughts started coming in like 'suppose I don't shoot well.
"I just put that out of my mind and concentrated and things fell in place."
Men's EAD Shot put: RK Jayaseelan - 29.88m; (Silver)
Men's EAD 200m: Basvaraj Horaddi - 25.34s (sixth in 1st round)
Men's EAD 200m: Girraj Girraj Qual for final 23.94s (fourth in 1st rd)
Heptathlon: Soma Biswas 8th (5573 points)
JJ Shobha 9th (5533 points)
Susmita Singha Roy 11th (4420 points)
Women's Long jump: Anju Bobby George qualified for final with 6.41m (2nd in Group)
Women's 800m: Pinki Parmanik Qual for semis in 2:05.18 secs as best loser
Men's 800m: Ghamanda Ram, eliminated in round 1; clocked 1:48.03s
Anup Sridhar bt J N Morgan Wal) Rd of 32 21-12, 21-2
Chetan Anand bt JM Wilkinson (IOM) Rd of 32 21-7, 21-10
Aparna Popat bt Julia Wong (Mas) Rd of 32 21-13, 21-12
Trupti Murgunde bt Alissa Dean (Fij) Rd of 32 21-2, 21-8
Saina Nehwal v Thilini Jayasinghe Rd of 32 21-7, 21-11
Diju V/ Jwala Gutta bt Susilo/ Jiang (Sin) 14-21, 18-21
Jitender Kumar bt Luza Lechedzani (Bot) 51 kg QF on points 17-15
Diwakar Prasad lost to Stephen F Smith (ENG) 57 kg QF Retd Round III
Akhill Kumar bt W B Mahlangu (SAF) 54 kg QF on points 34-20
Vijender bt Andrew Carslaw (Sco) 69 kg QF RSC II
Men: India beat South Africa 2-0 (1-0)
India finished third in pool and failed to qualify for the semi-finals
Men's 50m Rifle Prone:
1. David Phelps (Wal) 698.3 (596 + 102.3)
2. Mike Babb (Eng) 696.2 (593 + 103.2)
3. Sanjeev Rajput (Ind) 695.2 (594 + 101.7)
12. Joydeep Karmarkar (Ind) 588
Men's 10m Air Pistol:
1. Samaresh Jung (Ind) 685.4 (584 + 101.4) Games record
2. Vivek Singh (Ind) 677.6 (578 + 99.6)
3. Friedhelm Ferdinand Sack (Nam) 677.2 (574 + 100.2)
1. Graeme Ede (NZL) 138 (120+ 18)
2. David Beattie (NIR) 138 (117 + 21)
3. Manavjit Singh (Ind) 138 (122+ 16)
The gold-silver-bronze was decided on shoot-out
7. Mansher Singh (Ind) 116
Mansher failed to make final, losing shoot-out for sixth place in final.
Women's 50m Rifle Prone:
Lakshmi Priya seventh with a total of 579
Deepali Deshpande 14th with 576.
Soumyadeep Roy bt W Nyrienda (Maw) Qual 11-1, 11-4, 11-3, 11-3
Shubhajit Saha bt Gavin Hylton (Jam) Qual 13-11, 12-10, 11-2, 11-4
Shibaji Datta lost Andrew Rushton (Eng) Qual 11-1, 2-11, 8-11, 7-11, 7-11
K Chakraborty bt Chiu Wenmin (Can) Pool 11-7, 4-11, 11-4, 11-7, 3, 11, 8-11, 11-2
S Kumaresan bt Aleena Edwards (Tri) Pool 6-11, 11-7, 11-4, 13-11, 11-8
Poulomi GHatak bt Shireen Lyners (SAF) Qual 11-5, 11-7, 11-1, 11-3
Mouma Das v Amina Lukaaya (Uga) Pool 11-4, 11-4, 11-2, 11-2
Nandita Saha bt Priscilla Tommy (Van) Pool 11-3, 11-5, 11-7, 11-8
Round of 64:
Nandita Saha/ Shubhajit bt Davies/ Jenkins (Wal) Rd of 64 11-2, 11-8, 11-7
Women's Over 75 kg:
1. Geeta Rani (Ind) 241 kg (104 kg + 137 kg)
2. Simple Kaur Bhumrah (Ind) 240 kg (105 kg + 135 kg)
3. Keisha-Dean Soffe (NZL) 224 kg (100 kg + 124 kg)