Kerala hartal latest news 2018 kerala hartal bandh call reasons timings

There is no hartal in Kerala on Monday 16 April 2018. Fake WhatsApp message is spreading in social media that Janakeeya hartal will be held on 16-4-2018. This message has created a lot of confusion among people who are looking to know whether any Kerala hartal is declared. As per latest information there is no hartal call by any political parties on this date.

On Monday 9 April 2018 there will be Kerala hartal by Dalit Aikya Vedhi. It will be from morning 6 am to evening 6 pm on 9-4-2018. All exms of Kerala, Kochi, Kannur, Calicut universities have been postponed. There are Intelligence reports that there is chance for problems during hartal. KSRTC, Private buses, shops .etc. has informed that it will conduct services as usual. Buses are running in first 2 hours of hartal.

Strike (Panimudakku) held in Kerala on Monday 2nd April 2018 by trade unions will be like a Kerala hartal. There will not be any vehicle strike (Vahana panimudakku). Because KSRTC staff unions and may other unions except BMS (Baharatiya Mazdoor Sangh) are taking part in this strike it will have effect of a hartal in Kerala. BMS which is BJP supporting trade union will keep away from protesting activities as decision to bring contract labour law is take by Central government under BJP. Private vehicles will not be affected by this 24 hours long strike held on 2-4-2018.

Let us see which all exams in Kerala has been postponed due to Kerala strike. All examinations of Kerala university, MG university (Mahatma Gandhi), CUSAT university, Calicut university, Kannur university, Theory exams of Kerala University of Health Sciences (Arogya university) on 2nd April 2018 has been postponed. Kerala PSC has announced that examinations scheduled to be conducted on 2-4-18 will not be changed or postponed. PSC exams on 2-4-2018 will be conducted without any change. There was a fake Whatsapp message that MG University 4th semester CBCSS exams on Tuesday, 3rd April has been changed and a complaint has been given to Cyber cell regarding it. Tourists or people on vacation trips in Kerala on Monday 2-4-2018 will be most affected. If you are traveling in a taxi or own car you will not be affected by this strike because it is not a hartal or bandh. But if you plan to depend on KSRTC buses or autos you will have to face difficulties due to this 24 hour strike.

Central government’s decision to bring contract labour rules into effect has created a feeling of job insecurity among employees all over India. Which all sectors of employees will be affected by new Contract labour law rule is being inquired by everyone. It will mainly affect labourers in factories, industries. When this new labour rule comes into effect recruitment can be done by employing staff for a specific contract period. It will prevent employees being recruited till they reached pension age. This new contract labor rue has many advantages and disadvantages. As employees are taken for a specific contract period it will help everyone to get job. Many opportunities will come for job seekers as there will be no permanent jobs.

A contract period ends within 1 or 3 years it will give opportunities to other job seekers without waiting for a vacancy till a person reaches pension age. Coordination Committee of Central Trade Unions in Kerala has decided to protest against this decision by BJP ruling Central government. Kerala trade unions like CITU, INTUC, AITUC, STU, HMS .etc. have joined this strike on 2-4-2018.

This new labour rule announced by Gazette notification on 16 March 2018 (16-3-2018) will bring an end to fixed term employment in India. All companies will be eligible to employ workers on contract for a fixed term, employees will not be given any termination notice and will not be given any notice period salary if this contract is terminated. It means that many rights that employees got through trade unions will come to an end. Amendment of Labour law to appoint staff on contract will bring an end to Trade unions as contract staff keep on changing in companies.

Keralathil ‘nale hartal undo’, ‘nale hartal ano’ ‘nale hartal pinvalicho’, hartal pinvalichu’ are common inquiries by people of Kerala as this is God’s own country for hartals and bandhs. All latest news updates on Kerala hartal will be updated. Is there any problems related to hartal happening today. What is condition of hartal in Kerala with latest news photos, videos will be updated. Most exams in schools, colleges, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala University, PSC exams, interviews.etc.  scheduled to be conducted on Kerala hartal dates will be postponed.

Information regarding postponing of exams, classes .etc. has to be confirmed by everyone with their respected areas. We cannot guarantee or take responsibility regarding any dates and whether it will be postponed unless official declaration is received.

People of Kerala start their day by asking ‘Is there any hartal tomorrow ?’ or ‘Is there a Hartal today?’. It’s because hartals have become a routine procedure in life of an average Keralite.

Harthal in Kerala latest news 2018  – Holidays

April 2018

  • 16-4-2018 There is no hartal in Kerala on this date.
  • 9-4-2018 there will be hartal by Dalit Aikya Vedhi in protest against attack on Dalits in North India.
  • (2-4-2018) On 2 nd April 2018 there will be a 24 hour Kerala strike called by Trade Unions.

January 2018

  • 18-2-2018 Alappuzha Congress,  CPM hartal from 6.00 to afternoon
  • 24-1-2018 Motor vehicle strike all over Kerala
  • 22-1-2018 Students strike all over Kerala by ABVP
  • 20-1-2018 BJP hartal at Kannur in protest against aytack on ABVP activist Shyamaprasad.
  • 11-1-2018 – UDF hartal at Thrithala in Palakkad, School holiday in Kozhikode because they won  school kalolsavam.
  • 10-1-18 Thrissur schools get holiday due to closing ceremony of School kalolsavam. All schools except CBSE get holiday.
  • Strike cancelled. On 6-1-2018 –  on Saturday, 6th January 2018 there will be no Motor vehicle strike in Kerala

December 2017

  • 29-12-17 – CPI(M) hartal at Payyoli in Kozhikode on Friday, 29th December 2017
  • 28-12-17 CPIM hartal at Sreekaryam, Ulloor in Trivandrum
  • 26-12-2017 – BJP hartal on Tuesday, 26th December 2017 at Ettumanoor municipality in protest of attack on a RSS office. CPM hartal at Thillenkeri, Koodali, Maloor, Keezhalloor, Iritti, Mattannur.
  • 1-12-2017 Public holiday for Nabidinam Schools, colleges, offices holiday on 1st December 2017.
  • 9-12-2017 BJP hartal at Ponnani in Malappuram.

November 2017

  • 26-11-2017 BJP hartal at Kaipamangalam in Thrissur.
  • 18-11-17 SDPI hartal at Kollam cancelled
  • 22-11-2017 Hartal at Idukki
  • 13-11-2017 BJP hartal at Guruvayoor, Manaloor.
  • 10-11-2017 UDF hartal against attack on Youth congress activists by AIYF.
  • 8 November 2017 തൃശൂര്‍ ജില്ലയില്‍ ഹിന്ദു ഐക്യവേദി ഹര്‍ത്താല്‍ (8/11/2017)
  • 3 November 2017 Hartal at Chavakkad
  • On 1st November 2017, UDF hartal at Karasserry, Kizhiparambu, Kodiyathoor panchayaths in Kozhikode in protests against Lathi charge on GAIL protesters.

Hartal in Kerala

October 2017 hartals

  • Vidyabyasa Bandh – Students strike announced by KSU at Kollam on Tuesday, 24 October 2017.
  • 24-10-2017 – Hartal at 4 panchayaths in Idukki like Upputhara, Irattayar, Kanchiyaar, Ayyappankovil due to problems in in giving pattayam to people
  • 16-10-2017 – UDF hartal on Monday, 16th October 2017 all over Kerala. This Congress hartal in Kerala is in protest against GST taxation problems and hike in petrol diesel prices due to non reduction of tax by Kerala state government.
  • 9 October 2017, CPI M hartal at Panoor in Kannur in protest on RSS attack. UDF hartal at Kadamboor in Kannur on same day.
  • 9th, 10th October 2017 there will be All India Motor vehicle strike for 4 hours.
  • 8-9-2017 – Due to heavy rainfalls, all schools in Kerala state has been given holiday on Monday 18th September 2017 (18/9/2017).
  • 16-9-2017 BJP hartal at Sultan Bathery in Wayanad district.
  • 24-8-2017 BJP Hartal at Tirur from 12 pm to night 8 pm.
  • 18-8-2017 Kerala Private bus strike.
  • BJP Hartal in Kerala on 30 July 2017 – BJP has called for hartal on Sunday, 30-7-2017.
  • PDP Hartal Cancelled – Hartal which was to be held on on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 by Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has been called off.
  • On Wednesday,12 July 2017 (12-7-2017) there will be BJP hartal at Payyanur in Kannur district in protest against attack on BJP office.
  • On Tuesday,11 July 2017 (11-7-2017) there will be RSS hartal at Pathanamthitta in protest against lathi charge by Police on 10 July.
  • On Friday, 7 July 2017 (7-7-2017) there will be KSU hartal at Idukki in protest against lathi charge by Police at Thodupuzha on 6 July.
  • On Tuesday, 4 July 2017 hartal at Harippad in Alleppey organized by Yuvamorcha of BJP party.
  • On Tuesday, 4 July 2017 വിദ്യാഭ്യാസ ബന്ദ് / Vidhyabhyasa Bandh by KSU Party in Kerala.

Kerala hartal has made a Century in 2017 from January to October month. Yes Kerala people had 100 hartals till now in 2017 and is continuing to increase.

BJP, RSS parties had called for 38 hartals while CPM (LDF) and Congress (UDF) called for 14 hartals each till now in year 2017. UDF party has credit for 100th hartalin Kerala which will be on 16th October 2017.

 

Medals won by India in commonwealth games 2018 India CWG medal tally at Gold Coast

All eyes are at Gold Coast CWG 2018 from 4 th April to 15 th April 2018. 21st edition of Commonwealth games (XXI) is hosted by Gold Coast in Australia. India is scheduled to compete in 2018 Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast in Australia from 4 to 15 April 2018. What are medals won by India in commonwealth games 2018 being held at Gold coast. India has won 26 gold medals, 20 silver and 20 bronze in 2018 CWG held at Gold Coast and is in 3rd position as the games came to an end.

Commonwealth Games CWG 2018 was inaugurated at Gold Coast Queensland in Australia on 4th April. How many medals will be won by Indian team during Gold Coast 2018 CWG can be known from medals tally table of each country. 218 athletes team is send to Gold coast by India during 2018. Number of gold medals won by each country decides it’s position in medal tally table. How many Medals won by India in commonwealth games 2018 and what will be it’s position in medal tally will be updated in complete medals table. 71 teams are participating in 2018 Commonwealth games hosted at Gold Coast in Queensland.

India has made a good start by winning medals during first few days of Commonwealth Games. This has created excitement among Indian fans who are expecting India to get a good position in Medal tally of India in XXI Common Wealth Games at Gold coast in Australia.

India has won 26 gold medals, 20 silver medals and 20 bronze medals.

In 2014 Commonwealth games held at Glasgow in Scotland 64 medals were won by Indian team in total including 15 gold, 30 silver and 19 bronze. In 2014 Commonwealth games held at Glasgow it was team England in first place, Australia in second place, Canada in third place and India in 5th place.

Medals won by India in commonwealth games 2018

Names of medalists among Indian team players who have won medals like Gold, Silver, Bronze in Commonwealth games 2018 at Gold Coast in Australia is updated as follows. This is medal winners table of Gold, Silver, Bronze winning athletes in various sports in CWG 2018 at Gold Coast.

Gold medals

Till now India won 26 gold medals.

  • Wrestling
  1. Rahul Aware Men’s freestyle 57 kg
  2. Sushil Kumar Men’s freestyle 74 kg
  3. Vinesh Phogat Women’s freestyle 50 kg
  4. Sumit Malik Men’s freestyle 125 kg
  5. Bajrang Punia Men’s freestyle 65 kg
  • Weightlifting
  1. Saikhom Mirabai Chanu (Women’s 48 kg)
  2. Khumukcham Sanjita Chanu (Women’s 53 kg)
  3. Sathish Sivalingam (Men’s 77 kg)
  4. Ragala Venkat Rahul (Men’s 85 kg)
  5. Punam Yadav (Women’s 69 kg)
  • Boxing
  1. Mary Kom (Women’s light flyweight 48 kg)
  2. Vikas Krishan Yadav (Men’s middleweight 75 kg)
  3. Gaurav Solanki (Men’s flyweight 52 kg)
  • Athletics
  1. Neeraj Chopra (Men’s javelin throw)
  • Shooting
  1. Shreyasi Singh
  2. Heena Sidhu (Women’s 25m)
  3. Manu Bhaker (Women’s 10 m)
  4. Jitu Rai (Men’s 10 m)
  5. Sanjeev Rajput (Men’s 50m)
  6. Anish Bhanwala (Men’s 25 m)
  7. Tejaswini Sawant (Women’s 50m)
  • Table Tennis
  1. Manika Batra (Women’s singles)
  2. Women’s team (Madhurika Patkar, Sutirtha Mukherjee, Mouma Das, Manika Batra, Pooja Sahasrabudhe)
  3. Table Tennis Men’s team (Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty, Sharath Achanta, Anthony Amalraj, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran)
  • Badminton
  1. Mixed team

Silver medals

Till now India won 16 silver medals.

  • Boxing
  1. Satish Kumar Men’s super heavyweight 91 kg
  2. Manish Kaushik Men’s lightweight 60 kg
  3. Amit Panghal Men’s light flyweight 49 kg
  • Athletics
  1. Seema Antil Women’s discus throw
  • Wrestling
  1. Babita Kumari Women’s freestyle 53 kg
  2. Mausam Khatri Men’s freestyle 97 kg
  3. Pooja Dhanda Women’s freestyle 57 kg
  • Weightlifting
  1. Gururaja Poojary (Men’s 56 kg)
  2. Pardeep Singh (Men’s 105 kg)
  • Shooting
  1. Tejaswini Sawant
  2. Heena Sidhu (Women’s 10 m)
  3. Mehuli Ghosh (Women’s 10 m)
  4. Anjum Moudgil (Women’s 50m)
  • Table Tennis
  1. Sharath Achanta & Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (Men’s doubles)
  2. Manika Batra & Mouma Das (Women’s doubles)
  • Squash
  1. Dipika Pallikal Karthik & Saurav Ghosal (Mixed doubles)
  2. Dipika Pallikal Karthik & Joshna Chinappa (Squash) Women’s doubles
  • Badminton
  1. P. V. Sindhu (Badminton) Women’s singles
  2. Kidambi Srikanth (Badminton) Men’s singles
  3. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy & Chirag Shetty (Badminton) Men’s doubles

Bronze medals

Till now India won 18 bronze medals.

  • Weightlifting
  1. Deepak Lather (Men’s 69 kg)
  2. Vikas Thakur (Men’s 94 kg)
  3. Sachin Choudhary
  • Badminton
  1. Ashwini Ponnappa & Sikki Reddy (Women’s doubles)
  • Athletics
  1. Navjeet Dhillon Women’s discus throw
  • Wrestling
  1. Kiran Bishnoi Women’s freestyle 76 kg
  2. Somveer Kadian Men’s freestyle 86 kg
  3. Sakshi Malik Women’s freestyle 62 kg
  4. Divya Kakran Women’s freestyle 68 kg
  • Table Tennis
  1. Harmeet Desai & Sanil Shetty (Men’s doubles)
  2. Manika Batra & Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (Mixed doubles)
  3. Sharath Achanta(Men’s singles)
  • Shooting
  1. Om Prakash Mitharwal
  2. Ankur Mittal
  3. Ravi Kumar (Men’s 10 m)
  4. Om Mitharval (Men’s 10 m)
  5. Apurvi Chandela (Women’s 10 m)
  • Boxing
  1. Naman Tanwar Men’s heavyweight 91 kg
  2. Manoj Kumar Men’s welterweight 69 kg
  3. Hussamuddin Mohammed Men’s 56 kg

Medal tally table Gold Coast CWG 2018

India has send a bigger team of 218 athletes in their team squad for Gold coast Commonwealth games at Queensland in Australia. It includes 115 male and 103 female athletes.

Medals won by india in commonwealth games 2018

2018 Commonwealth Games medal table is updated as follows.

No. Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Australia 80 59 59 198
2 England 45 45 46 136
3 India 26 20 20 66
4 Canada 15 40 27 82
5 New Zealand 15 16 15 46
6 South Africa 13 11 13 37
 7 Wales 10 12 14 36
 8 Scotland 9 13 22 44
 9 Nigeria 9 9 6 24
 10 Cyprus 8 1 5 14
 11 Jamaica 7 9 11 27
 12 Malaysia 7 5 12 24
 13 Singapore 5 2 2 9
 14 Kenya 4 7 6 17
 15 Botswana 3 1 1 5
 16 Samoa 2 3 0 5
 17 Trinidad and Tobago 2 1 0 3
 18 Namibia 2 0 0 2
 19 Northern Ireland 1 7 4 12
 20 Bahamas 1 3 0 4
 21 Papua New Guinea 1 2 0 3
 22 Fiji 1 1 2 4
 23 Pakistan 1 0 4 5
 24 Grenada 1 0 1 2
 25 Bermuda 1 0 0 1
 26 Guyana 1 0 0 1
 27 British Virgin Islands 1 0 0 1
 28  Saint Lucia 1 0 0 1
 29 Bangladesh 0 2 0 2
 30 Sri Lanka 0 1 5 6
 31 Cameroon 0 1 2 3
32 Dominica 0 1 1 2
33 Isle of Man 0 1 0 1
34 Mauritius 0 1 0 1
35 Nauru 0 1 0 1
36 Malta 0 0 2 2
37 Vanuatu 0 0 2 2
38 Cook Islands 0 0 1 1
39 Ghana 0 0 1 1
40 Norfolk Island 0 0 1 1
41 Seychelles 0 0 1 1
42 Solomon Islands 0 0 1 1

In 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth games positions of important teams in medal tally table are as follows.

  1. Australia is in First place with 198 medals including 80 gold, 59 silver, 59 bronze.
  2. England is in Second place with 136 medals including 45 gold, 45 silver, 46 bronze.
  3. India is in Third place with 66 medals including 26 gold, 20 silver, 20 bronze.
 

Commonwealth games 2018 India medals tally points cwg 2018 gold coast

India is making an awesome move in Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth games by reaching 3 rd position in medals table among 71 participating countries. Who are winners of Commonwealth games 2018 India medals will be updated immediately after each sports schedule. Australia is in First position, while England is in Second position with India in Third position.

Crores of fans are looking for names of medal winners of Commonwealth games 2018 India medals which makes achievements made by India very important. In past Commonwealth games India has not made such a high position in medal tally which is another thing add excitement to CWG 2018. If India is able to continue in this rank till end of Commonwealth games then it will be a great thing.

For this achievement India has to struggle harder to win more gold medals because highest number of gold medals decides position of a country in medal tally table.

Australia is now in Rank 1 with 80 gold medals and England in Rank 2 with 45 gold medals. India has got 26 gold medals and is in Rank 3.

Commonwealth games 2018 India medals

Let us know in details about Gold Coast Commonwealth games 2018 India medals won by participants.

Gold Coast 2018 Medal Tally Points

No. Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Australia 80 59 59 198
2 England 45 45 46 136
3 India 26 20 20 66
4 Canada 15 40 27 82
5 New Zealand 15 16 15 46
6 South Africa 13 11 13 37
7 Wales 10 12 14 36
8 Scotland 9 13 22 44
9 Nigeria 9 9 6 24
10 Cyprus 8 1 5 14
11 Jamaica 7 9 11 27
12 Malaysia 7 5 12 24
13 Singapore 5 2 2 9
14 Kenya 4 7 6 17
15 Botswana 3 1 1 5
16 Samoa 2 3 0 5
17 Trinidad and Tobago 2 1 0 3
18 Namibia 2 0 0 2
19 Northern Ireland 1 7 4 12
20 Bahamas 1 3 0 4
21 Papua New Guinea 1 2 0 3
22 Fiji 1 1 2 4
23 Pakistan 1 0 4 5
24 Grenada 1 0 1 2
25 Bermuda 1 0 0 1
26 Guyana 1 0 0 1
27 British Virgin Islands 1 0 0 1
28 Saint Lucia 1 0 0 1
29 Bangladesh 0 2 0 2
30 Sri Lanka 0 1 5 6
31 Cameroon 0 1 2 3
32 Dominica 0 1 1 2
33 Isle of Man 0 1 0 1
34 Mauritius 0 1 0 1
35 Nauru 0 1 0 1
36 Malta 0 0 2 2
37 Vanuatu 0 0 2 2
38 Cook Islands 0 0 1 1
39 Ghana 0 0 1 1
40 Norfolk Island 0 0 1 1
41 Seychelles 0 0 1 1
42 Solomon Islands 0 0 1 1

Gold medals winners in India for CWG 2018

  1. Heena Sidhu Women’s 25m shooting
  2. Saikhom Mirabai Chanu won gold medal in Weightlifting Women’s 48 kg
  3. Khumukcham Sanjita Chanu won gold medal in Weightlifting Women’s 53 kg
  4. Sathish Sivalingam won gold medal in Weightlifting Men’s 77 kg
  5. Punam Yadav Weightlifting
  6. Ragala Venkat Rahul Weightlifting
  7. Ragala Venkat Rahul won gold medal in Weightlifting Men’s 85 kg
  8. Punam Yadav Yadav won gold medal in Weightlifting Women’s 69 kg
  9. Manu Bhaker won gold medal in Shooting Women’s 10 metre air pistol
  10. Jitu Rai won gold medal in Shooting Men’s 10 metre air pistol
  11. Shreyasi Singh – Shooting
  12. Tejaswini Sawant – Shooting
  13. Anish Bhanwala – Shooting
  14. Sanjeev Rajput – Shooting
  15. Table tennis Women’s team won gold medal (Manika Batra, Mouma Das, Sutirtha Mukherjee, Madhurika Patkar, Pooja Sahasrabudhe)
  16. Table tennis Men’s team won gold medal (Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Sharath Achanta, Anthony Amalraj, Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty)
  17. Badminton mixed team won gold medal in Kidambi Srikanth, Saina Nehwal, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, Ashwini Ponnappa, Pranaav Jerry Chopra, Chirag Shetty, N. Sikki Reddy, Gadde Ruthvika Shivani, P. V. Sindhu, Prannoy Kumar.
  18. Badminton Mixed team
  19. Rahul Aware Wrestling
  20. Sushil Kumar Wrestling
  21. Vinesh Phogat Women’s wrestling
  22. Sumit Malik Men’s freestyle wrestling
  23. Mary Kom – Boxing
  24. Vikas Krishan Yadav – Boxing
  25. Gaurav Solanki – Boxing
  26. Neeraj Chopra – Athletics

Silver medals winners in India for CWG 2018

  1. Gururaja Poojary won silver medal in Weightlifting Men’s 56 kg
  2. Heena Sidhu Shooting won silver medal in Women’s 10 metre airpistol
  3. Pardeep Singh won silver medal in Weightlifting Men’s 105 kg
  4. Mehuli Ghosh won silver medal in Shooting Women’s 10 metre airrifle
  5. Seema Antil Women’s discus throw
  6. Babita Kumari – Wrestling
  7. Tejaswini Sawant – Shooting
  8. Anjum Moudgil – Shooting
  9. Satish Kumar – Boxing
  10. Manish Kaushik – Boxing
  11. Amit Panghal – Boxing
  12. Mausam Khatri – Wrestling
  13. Pooja Dhanda – Wrestling
  14. Sharath Achanta & Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (Table Tennis)
  15. Manika Batra & Mouma Das (Table Tennis)
  16. Dipika Pallikal Karthik & Saurav Ghosal (Squash)
  17. P. V. Sindhu (Badminton) Women’s singles
  18. Dipika Pallikal Karthik & Joshna Chinappa (Squash) Women’s doubles
  19. Kidambi Srikanth (Badminton) Men’s singles
  20. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy & Chirag Shetty (Badminton) Men’s doubles

Bronze medals winners in India for CWG 2018

  1. Deepak Lather won bronze medal in Weightlifting Men’s 69 kg
  2. Vikas Thakur won bronze medal in Weightlifting Men’s 94 kg
  3. Sachin Choudhary – Weightlifting
  4. Navjeet Dhillon – Athletics
  5. Kiran Bishnoi – Wrestling
  6. Somveer Kadian – Wrestling
  7. Sakshi Malik – Wrestling
  8. Divya Kakran – Wrestling
  9. Om Prakash Mitharwal – Shooting
  10. Ankur Mittal – Shooting
  11. Ravi Kumar won bronze medal in Shooting Men’s 10 metre airrifle
  12. Om Mitharval won bronze medal in Shooting Men’s 10 metre airPistol
  13. Apurvi Chandela won bronze medal in Shooting Women’s 10 metre airrifle
  14. Ashwini Ponnappa & Sikki Reddy (Badminton)
  15. Harmeet Desai & Sanil Shetty (Table tennis)
  16. Naman Tanwar (Boxing)
  17. Manoj Kumar (Boxing)
  18. Hussamuddin Mohammed (Boxing)
  19. Manika Batra & Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (Table tennis)
  20. Sharath Achanta (Table tennis)

Commonwealth games 2018 India medals

India medals event wise

  • In Weightlifting India won 5 gold, 2 silver, 2 bronze medals.
  • In Shooting India won 7 gold, 4 silver, 5 bronze medals.
  • In Badminton India won 1 gold medal, 3 silver, 1 bronze medal.
  • In Table Tennis India won 3 gold medals, 2 silver, 3 bronze medal.
  • In Athletics India won 1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze medals.
  • In Boxing India won 3 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze medals.
  • In Squash India won 2 silver medal.
  • In parasports India won 1 bronze medal.
  • In Wrestling India won 5 gold, 3 silver, 4 bronze medals.