- A total of 45 countries are participating
- Games will be held at Jakarta-Palembang (Indonesia)
- A total of 462 medals across 47 sports events
- China is currently at the top with 20 total medals
India touched double figures on the third day of 18th edition of Asian Games that will be held till 2nd of September 2018 in Indonesia. 2018th edition has around 47 sports with 462 total medals.China has been top on the leader-board since beginning of the games and has won almost 6 times more medals than India. China has won 29 Gold medals in 3 days so far. Its an average of about 10 per day.
India had a slow start but we touched double figures on the third day with many more assuring performances that are yet to unveil in upcoming events. How ever, the shooters from India has performed exceptionally well with two teenagers, Lakshay Sheoran and Saurabh Chaudhary winning Silver and Gold medal respectively. Lakshay who is just 19 years old and Saurabh is even younger and just in his early sixteens also created a new record at Asian Games.
Mon, 12:36 PM
4 Army soldiers lost their lives in the encounter including one Major
Mon, 12:32 PM
Big search operation started by Indian Army in Shopia where terrorists are reported to be hidden
Mon, 12:22 PM
We have called back our HIgh Commissioner in India for consultations.
He left New Delhi this morning .
— Dr Mohammad Faisal (@ForeignOfficePk) February 18, 2019
Mon, 12:20 PM
Pakistan calls back their High Commissioner to India for consultation
Mon, 12:18 PM
Terrorists camps as much as 3 KM near LoC are reported to be moved to new location by Pakistan
Mon, 12:15 PM
4 Army soldiers are also reported to be injured in the attack
Mon, 12:10 PM
JeM’s Pulwama Attack Mastermind Ghazi Rasheed killed in an encounter.
Our shooters continue to make us proud! Congratulations to Deepak Kumar and Lakshay Sheoran for winning Silver medals in the men's 10m Air Rifle event and trap shooting respectively at #AsianGames2018. #PresidentKovind
— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) August 20, 2018
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#GoldenGirl @Phogat_Vinesh 🥇#TeamIndia's #VineshPhogat brings home the second Gold for India as defeated Japanese #IrieYuki in the Women's 50kg Freestyle Wrestling final by 4-2 at the #AsianGames2018 #Congratulations #VineshPhogat 🇮🇳👏#IAmTeamIndia pic.twitter.com/RSc3Uyc110
— Team India (@ioaindia) August 20, 2018