Olympic bronze-medallist Gagan Narang missed out on an individual podium finish in Wako City, Japan.
Ace shuttler Kidambi Srikanth, who won four Super Series titles this year, bagged the Sportsman of the Year award at the inaugural edition of Indian Sports Honours.
Chief Justice Dipak Misra, who had last year made it a must for the anthem to be played before every show at cinemas, was among the three judges who said today that the Centre should decide whether to modify that order without being influenced by what the court had said.
The Indian squad won a total of six gold, seven silver and seven bronze medals during the competition.
Anish topped the qualification with a score of 577, while Neeraj was second with 575. Gurpreet qualified in fifth place with a score of 566.
Prakash won the coveted gold medal with a score of 222.4, while Amanpreet and Jitu settled for silver and bronze medals, respectively.
The 10m Air Pistol shooter had missed a medal by just 0.3 points in 2010.
Gagan Narang, who is appearing in his first major tournament since the 2016 Rio Olympics, shot a total of 617.6 in the qualification to end fourth.
In the 10m women's air rifle event, Pooja Ghatkar bagged a gold while her countrymate Anjum Moudgil won the silver medal. The bronze in this event went to Martina Lindsay Veloso of Singapore.
Sidhu shot a combined score of 626.2 (386+240.8) to claim the top honours.
Sangram Dahiya shot 76 out of 80 targets, three behind gold medallist Hu Binyuan (79) at the ISSF World Cup Final on Friday.
Amanpreet shot 202.2 to win the bronze in the final of men's 50m pistol at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Ranges.
Narang is leaving for Gold Coast in Australia on Thursday to participate in the Commonwealth Championships, a test event for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Jitu Rai and Heena Sidhu combined to give India their first gold medal of the ISSF World Cup Final here, clinching the top honours in the 10m air pistol mixed team event on the opening day of competitions.
India will be hosting the annual event for the first time, where the top performers in four editions of the World Cups get selected.
India's Ankur Mittal carried on his scintillating form as he clinched the silver medal in the men's double trap event at the World Shotgun Championship in Moscow.
The newly-appointed sports minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Sunday said "best of the opportunities" will be provided to all sportspersons.
Rathore was on Sunday appointed the new sports minister in place of Vijay Goel, who has been made the minister of state for parliamentary affairs.