Other Indians making the cut were Himmat Rai (71-70) and S Chikkarangapppa (70-71) were tied 27th, while SSP Chawrasia (73-70) was tied-39th and Chiragh Kumar (73-72)
Other Indians in the fray are Chiragh Kumar, who made the cut last week in Austria, one-time Asian Tour winner Himmat Rai, two-time winner on Asian Development Tour S Chikkarangappa, Shubhankar Sharma, Khalin Joshi and Amardip Malik
Rahil Gangjee finished tied-seventh in the Mauritius Open as South Korean Wang Jeunghun secured the title. Jyoti Randhawa and Rashid Khan finished in 12th and 27th respectively.
Shiv Kapur closed in on the lead in the Panasonic Open Golf championship while Jeev Milkha Singh and Rahil Gangjee made the cut.
Rahil Gangjee is the only Indian in the top 20 with total earnings of $80,882 this season.
Himmat Rai carded a total of two-under 282 (70-69-73-70) at the Singapore Open.
Rahil Gangjee scored birdies on the fifth, 10th and 18th holes to trail co-leaders Keith Horne of South Africa and Berry Henson by two strokes.
Rahil Gangjee finished with a four-day total of 12-under 276 -- three strokes behind champion Natipong Srithong of Thailand, who scored 67 on the final day at the Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club.
Rahil Gangjee was four shots behind the leading trio of Chinese Taipei's young guns Hung Chien-yao and Lee Chieh-po and South Africa's Jbe Kruger. Jyoti Randhawa carded two-over 74 in the second round.
Chirag Kumar and Rahil Gangjee will be leading India's challenge at the Panasonic Open in the absence of defending champion SSP Chawrasia.
Jyoti Randhawa jumped 21 places to be tied 27th after scoring three-under 68, while Rahil Gangjee carded a three-over to drop nine places to tied 57th after the third round at Russian Open.
Indian golfers Jyoti Randhawa and Rahil Gangjee managed to make the halfway cut in the Russian Open.
Jyoti Randhawa and Rahil Gangjee shared the 13th spot after carding matching three-under 68s in the first round of the Russian Open.
, whose last success on the Asian Tour came in 2004, is now five-under for 36 holes and four shots behind the leader, Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark (65-68).
Of the other Indians in the fray, Shiv Kapur carded even par 71 and was tied 46th, Gaganjeet Bhullar (72) was tied 63rd while Rashid Khan (73) and Arjun Atwal (73) were tied 84th.
Rahil Gangjee is half-Mauritian as his mum Nazirah hails from the world famous holiday isle and the 36-year-old is dreaming of a win at the Heritage Golf Club to repay her dedication in nurturing his career.
Arjun Atwal, who has been playing in Asia for past few weeks, shot a bogey free 67 and was tied third, while SSP Chowrasia, who has had some very good starts recently, had another with a round of 68, as did his Kolkata teammate Rahil Gangjee and both were tied seventh.
The Indian, who began the day with a two-shot lead at the top, carded a one-under-par 71 on Saturday at the event sanctioned by the Asian Tour and Professional Golf Tour of India.