Om Mitharwal registered a total score of 201.1 in the final.
Commonwealth Games 2018, Day 7, Highlights: Shreyasi shot 96 and was tied with Cox in the final round and claimed the top honours in style by beating the Australian in the shoot-off. The Indian shooter, who won a silver in Glasgow in 2014, shot 96+2 in the final.
Commonwealth Games 2018, Day 6, Highlights: Heena Sidhu's gold in women's 25m pistol event took India's overall medals tally to 20.
CWG 2018: En route to the gold medal, Jitu Rai smashed the Commonwealth Games record with a total score of 235.1 while Om Mitharval shot 214.3 to claim bronze.
Jitu Rai has consistently been one of the top performers for India.
Shahzar Rizvi shot a world record 242.3 in the 10m air pistol event's final to beat reigning Olympic champion Christian Reitz of Germany to win the top prize.
Top Indian shooters Jitu Rai, Gagan Narang and Apurvi Chandela were on Tuesday named in the country's 27-member squad for the upcoming Commonwealth Games to be held in Gold Coast, Australia.
Ace Indian marksman Jitu Rai on Friday won the men's 50m pistol national title with a new national record score of 233 at the 61st National Shooting Championship.
Prakash won the coveted gold medal with a score of 222.4, while Amanpreet and Jitu settled for silver and bronze medals, respectively.
Amanpreet shot 202.2 to win the bronze in the final of men's 50m pistol at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Ranges.
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.
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.
In an event, where coordination plays a key role, Jitu Rai teamed up with Heena Sidhu to finish ahead of Japan's Yukari Konishi and Tomoyuki Matsuda 5-3. Slovenia's Naphaswan Yangpaiboon and Kevin Venta were placed third.
Jitu Rai will be participating in two events -- the men's 10m and 50m pistol, while experienced Sanjeev Rajput will feature in the men's 50m rifle 3 positions competition and Mairaj Ahmad Khan in the men's skeet event
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted athletes which included Rio Olympics silver medallist PV Sindhu, bronze medal-winning wrestler Sakshi Malik, gymnast Dipa Karmakar and shooter Jitu Rai at his residence