14.20 (IST): After two gold medal wins today in men's and women's kabaddi, India finish their Asian Games 2014 campaign with 57 medals - 11 gold, 10 silver and 36 bronze. Manju Bala's bronze has been upgraded to silver in the women's hammer throw after the gold medal winner tested positive. (Read)
13.40 (IST): Indian men's kabaddi team with their gold medal.
13.10 (IST): Volley ball - India beat Qatar 15-10 to finish fifth at Incheon.
Hearty congratulations to the women and men's kabaddi teams for winning gold medals at Asian Games 2014 #PresidentMukherjee- President of India (@RashtrapatiBhvn) October 3, 2014
India get both gold medals in kabaddi! But a really tough final against Iran in the men's match.- Vikram Chandra (@vikramchandra) October 3, 2014
10.20 (IST): GOLD MEDAL FOR INDIA! India have beaten Iran 27-25 to win their seventh Asian Games gold in men's kabaddi.
10.12 (IST): Another tackle! India make another good tackle to take a two-point lead. They are now up 26-24 vs Iran. Just two minutes to go.
10.05 (IST): Crucial crunching tackle! India make a crucial tackle to go level on points. It's 24-24 in the 14th minute of the men's kabaddi final.
09.55 (IST): With eight straight points, India have wiped out majority of the deficit. Iran lead 22-21 in the 8th minute. Exciting 12 minutes to go in this final.
09.52 (IST): Comeback time! India start the second half strongly. They have cut down their deficit to just one point. Iran lead 21-20 after four minutes.
09.40 (IST): Are we headed for an upset in the men's kabaddi final? Iran lead 21-13 at the halfway stage.
09.26 (IST): Indian defending has been found wanting. Iran stretch their lead to 9 points, lead 16-7 in 10 minutes.
09.20 (IST): Iran have been the stronger side in the opening five minutes, lead 7-6 after 6 minutes.
09.10 (IST): FACTOID: Since kabaddi was included in the Asian Games in 1990, India have won the gold medal in each of the six editions.
09.09 (IST): After a medal-winning performance from women's team, all eyes on the men's kabaddi team. They take on Iran in the final.
08.50 (IST): The Indian PM Narendra Modi has also wished the Indian women's team for their gold medal in kabaddi.
The Indian Women's Kabaddi team has made us very proud. I congratulate them on winning the Gold. A phenomenal accomplishment!- Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 3, 2014
07.35 (IST): In case you missed it yesterday, India beat arch-rivals Pakistan to win a historic hockey gold.
07.50 (IST): Gujarat chief minister Anandiben Patel took to twitter to express her delight at India's success in women's Kabaddi.
What a fantastic news to begin the day with! India is proud of Indian Women Kabaddi team for winning gold at #AsianGames2014- Anandiben Patel (@anandibenpatel) October 3, 2014
07.25 (IST): GOLD MEDAL! India beat Iran 31-21 to win gold in women's kabaddi. This is India's 10th gold in Incheon.
07.12 (IST): India have gone from strength to strength in the second half. They've managed two more 'lona' points. They now lead 25-16.
07.00 (IST): At the halfway stage, India lead 15-11 vs Iran.Â
06.55 (IST): Rule: When an entire team is declared out, the opposition team win two bonus points, known as a 'lona.'Â India have already won it once so far.Â
06.52 (IST): ndia still applying lot of pressure. They lead 12-9 vs Iran in women's kabaddi final.
06.45 (IST): India taking early honours, lead Iran 4-2 in the opening minutes of the first half.
06.25 (IST): Iran had settled for the bronze in the last edition of the Asian Games in 2010. They've already done better by reaching the final. Can the Iranian women's team go all the way to upset India?
06.20 (IST): In the 2010 Asian Games, India had beaten Thailand to claim the gold medal in women's kabaddi. Can they put on a repeat performance today against Iran? The final is just a few moments away.
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If all goes well then two kabaddi golds tomorrow could help India finish at 6th or 7th position in the medal tally. Fingers crossed.- Vikram Chandra (@vikramchandra) October 2, 2014
Still 10 medals away from their 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games haul of 65, India could still finish a creditable sixth if they can win the two kabaddi golds at stake on Friday. India will start strong favourites in a sport they have dominated over the years and both finals will be India versus Iran affairs.
Far away from the hullabaloo of athletics and hockey or boxing, two young women have played themselves into medal contention in taekwondo. Shaloo Raikwar (under 73 kg) and Maria Regi (over 73 kg) will be contesting in the women's quarterfinals at the Ganghwa Dolmens Gymnasium. A win will take them to a medal.
Indian men will be chasing an unprecedented eighth Asian Games gold medal. India have always won the gold ever since kabaddi sport was added in the 1990 Games. They have looked strong in Incheon. India beat South Korea in the semifinal. India had earlier beaten Pakistan, Bangladesh and Thailand to top Group A with an all-win record.
Defending champions India stayed on course for their second consecutive Asian Games gold medal in women's kabaddi. India defeated 2010 silver medallist Thailand 41-28 in the semi-final at the Songdo Global University Gymnasium. Iran thrashed Bangladesh 40-15 in the other semi-final.
In 2010, the total medals won by the Indian contingent at the Asian Games was 65 -- comprising 14 gold, 17 silver and 34 bronze -- a month after a record haul of 101, including 38 gold, in the Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi. In Incheon, China continue to lead with 322 medals (142 gold). Will India ever get closer?