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Vijender Singh assured himself of a medal after Indian wrestlers continued to excel winning four silver and a bronze on seventh day of competitions in the CWG.
James & Rutherford give Olympic touch  (31 July 04:46 am) 
Olympic champions Kirani James of Grenada and Greg Rutherford of England brought world-class performances to the 20th Commonwealth Games.
Vijender Singh outclassed Trinidad and Tobago\'s Aaron Finch in 75kg category to reach the semifinals and assure himself of a medal in the 20th CWG.
Silver for Sakshi in 58 kg freestyle  (30 July 10:46 pm) 
Aminat completely dominated Sakshi and took a lead of 10-0 in two minutes 24 seconds when the match had to be stopped on grounds of technical superiority.
Canada\'s Tremblay took just 84 seconds to beat Bajrang 12-1 in the first period. He was declared the winner on account of technical superiority.
Indian wrestler Lalita settled for the silver medal after she lost her women\'s freestyle 53 kg final to Nigeria\'s Odunayo Adekuoroye in the 2014 Commonwealth Games
'I want to win a gold in Asian Games'  (30 July 08:46 pm) 
Rio is at the back of his mind but for Sushil Kumar, one of India\'s greatest Olympians, the immediate aim is to win a gold medal in the upcoming Asian Games.
Bijneesh Bajrang, Satyawart Kadian, Lalita and Sakshi Malik assured themselves of at least a silver medal each by entering their respective finals.
India got one more medal in 53kg weightlifting after Swati was handed bronze while Matsha was upgraded to silver after gold winner Chika tested positive.
Live blog: Commonwealth Games Day 7  (30 July 01:46 pm) 
After completing a golden hat-trick in wrestling on Day 6, India will look to increase its medals tally on Day 7 through a good show by wrestlers, and boxers.
Full coverage: Glasgow Games, Day 7  (31 July 03:46 am) 
India are placed sixth in the overall standings, with the medals tally now standing at 41 with 10 gold, 19 silver and 12 bronze after seventh day of competitions in the CWG.
Indian challenge at CWG on Day 7  (30 July 10:47 am) 
Following is the schedule of Indian athletes in the 20th Commonwealth Games on Wednesday (July 30).
It turned out to be a bad outing for Indian pugilists and with the exception of L Sarita Devi, none of the other three boxers in fray could advance on the sixth day.
Sushil spearheaded a sparkling show as Indians dominated the wrestling arena with three gold medals after shooters ended their campaign on a rousing note.
India\'s Chandrakant Malli clinched the bronze medal in men\'s 94kg weightlifting to add to the country\'s overall tally in the sport in the 20th Commonwealth Games.
Lajja Gauswami bagged a bronze in women\'s 50m rifle 3 positions as India ended their spectacular shooting campaign on a high at the Commonwealth Games.
Sushil beats Pak's Abbas to win gold  (29 July 10:46 pm) 
Wrestler Sushil Kumar defeated Pakistan\'s Qamar Abbas in the men\'s 74kg final to win gold at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday.
Wrestlers Amit Kumar, Vinesh win gold  (29 July 11:20 pm) 
ndian wrestler Amit Kumar won the gold medal in the men\'s freestyle 57kg category while Vinesh bagged the yellow metal in women\'s 48kg category.
Indian shooters Sanjeev Rajput and Gagan Narang claimed the silver and bronze, respectively, in the men\'s 50-metre rifle 3 positions at the CWG.
Manavjit wins bronze in Trap Event  (29 July 08:46 pm) 
Manavjit Singh Sandhu bagged a bronze medal in the men\'s trap event to take India\'s medal tally in shooting to 13 in the Commonwealth Games.
Harpreet from Haryana saved India from disaster by bagging the silver after Olympic medallist Vijay Kumar failed to qualify for the final round.
Double Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar, Rajeev Tomar and Amit Kumar ensured at least three silver medals for India at the Commonwealth Games.
Gagan, Sanjeev in men's 50m finals  (29 July 06:55 pm) 
Narang, who won the men\'s 50-metre rifle prone silver Monday, finished second with 1156 points behind England\'s Daniel Rivers with 1157 points.
Gold medallist lifter in doping shock  (29 July 04:46 pm) 
Nigerian teenage weightlifter Chika Amalaha has been provisionally suspended from the Commonwealth Games after testing positive in a doping test.
Full Coverage: Glasgow Games, Day 6  (30 July 04:46 am) 
India\'s medals tally went upto 36 with 10 gold, 15 silver and 11 bronze, but they slipped a place to sixth after having regained fifth position at Glasgow Games.