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.
In the individual event, Kynan ended the day in third place with a score of 74 out of 75 over two days of qualifying, while Zoravar was in ninth position with 72 hits to his credit.
Indian men's trap team, including Kynan Chenai, raised hopes of a medal after they grabbed the fourth place in the qualification rounds on the opening day of the ISSF World Shotgun Championship in Moscow.
As far as Indian shotgun shooting is concerned, only Ankur Mittal has managed to qualify for the New Delhi tournament.
Bindra was only 17 while competing in Sydney. Eight years later, at the Beijing Olympics, the air rifle shooter became the first Indian to win an individual Olympic gold medal.
The 31-year-old marksman said he, too, is training hard with the help of coaches to improve his performance in the 2020 Games.
India finished the championship with a total of eight medals. Ankur Mittal had earlier won a gold in the men's double trap and had also helped India bag the team gold in the event.
Indian shooter Maheshwari Chauhan secured a bronze medal at the Asian Shotgun Championship in women's skeet.
India shooter Kynan Chenai won a bronze in men's trap event, his first international medal at the senior level, at the 7th Asian Championship Shotgun at Astana, Kazakhstan.
Teenager Anish registered a world record score of 579 in the junior men's 25m standard pistol event.
The legendary leg-spinner also revealed that Kohli had reservations about his 'style' of functioning. Bindra, who won gold for India at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, offered a rather interesting take on the latest development in Indian cricket.
India's lone individual Olympic gold medallist was unhappy with the way Customs dealt with the matter.
Mittal had settled for a silver at the recent International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in New Delhi, where Willet had won the gold.
Jitu Rai won the gold medal in the 50m pistol event at the ISSF Shooting World Cup on Wednesday, while Amanpreet Singh won the silver
Jitu Rai, who was languishing towards the bottom of the table in the initial stages of the final, made a late surge to come into medal contention.