India target Asiad and Olympics
India's unprecedented success at the Commonwealth Games should be a launchpad for bigger success at this year's Asian Games and the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Uma Bharti questions dope testing procedure
India's sports minister said the two weightlifters who tested positive at the Commonwealth Games "could have been targetted specifically".
One more lifter tests positive
Satheesha Rai, who won two gold and one bronze at the Commonwealth Games, has tested positive for a stimulant, according to IOA director ASV Prasad.
India to participate in limited events at Asiad
Suresh Kalmadi said the success at the C'wealth Games could be attributed to the fact that India participated in disciplines where it had chances of winning a medal.
Spectacular show brings down curtain on the Games
The Indian athletes produced a record haul of 32 gold, 21 silver and 19 bronze medals.
Thorpe earns special place in history
The 19-year-old Australian became the first man to win an aggregate 10 Commonwealth titles.
Malaysia in golden hat-trick
Malaysia ended the Commonwealth Games badminton tournament with a golden treble.
India are third in overall medals tally
But the party was somewhat spoiled by news of weightlifter Krishnan Madaswamy being stripped of his silver medals after failing a drug test.
India clinch women's hockey gold
The result was a controversial one as India scored the winning goal just as the hooter went off, at the C'wealth Games.
Shailja Pujari also strikes triple gold
Before her, N Kunjarani Devi (48kg) and Sanamacha Chanu (53kg) had won all the three gold medals in their respective weight categories in weightlifting.
Grapplers boost medals tally
Krishan Kumar (55 kg), Ramesh Kumar (66 kg) and Palwinder Singh Cheema (120 kg) brought in the gold medals.
Qamar claims gold, Pun wins silver in boxing
Qamar defeated England's Darren Langley to clinch the gold medal in the light flyweight category.
Jaspal Rana bags fourth gold
gold-winning effort has taken India's shooting tally to 12 gold, seven silver
and two bronze medals.
New Zealand stun Pakistan 7-1 in
The win set up a trans-Tasman final with holders
Australia, in the Commonwealth Games men's Hockey.
Thorpe wins fifth gold but not ready for
Ian Thorpe predicted his quest to earn a unique place in the
72-year history of the Commonwealth Games would fail in Manchester.
Shooting: Jaspal Rana adds to Indian gold
The ace marksman claimed the men's 25m standard pistol honours
ahead of South Africa's Frederick van Tonder and England's Mick Gault.
Weightlifting: Neelam Sethi wins three
The gold in the women's 69kg category was won by Madeline
Yameehi of Cameroon who lifted a total of 230kg (snatch 100kg, clean and jerk
Badminton: Gopichand humbled in quarter
But Aparna Popat kept her medals hopes alive by moving into
the semi-finals of the women's competition.
Shooting: Anjali wins her fourth
India's Raj Kumari won the silver to join her on the podium in
the Women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions - Singles.
Indian paddlers enter doubles
The Indian duo registered a easy straight-set victory over
Nigeria's Segun Moses Toriola and Monday Merotohunto.
Three Indian shuttlers in quarters
India No. 1 Pulella Gopichand, Aparna Popat and Abhinn Shyam Gupta entered the quarter-finals of the singles event at the 17th Commonwealth Games.