Day one: India results

Bajrang Punia gave India its first gold of the 2018 Asian Games. Apurvi Chandela and Ravi Kumar bagged bronze to add to India's medal tally.

India's Bajrang Punia poses with his gold medal in the men's freestyle wrestling (65kg). He beat Japan's Daichi Takatani.   -  PTI

Badminton: Team: Men: India bt Maldives 3-0.

Basketball: Chinese Taipei bt India 84-61.

Handball: Women: China bt India 36-21.

Read: Bajrang’s gold, Sushil ousted: India on day 1 at Asiad

Hockey: Women: India bt Indonesia 8-0.

Kabaddi: Men: Indian bt Bangladesh 50-21; India bt Sri Lanka 44-28, Women: India bt Japan 43-12.

Sepak Takraw: Women: Team Regu: Korea bt India 3-0

Also read: As the day one progressed at the Asian Games

Shooting: 10m air rifle mixed team: Bronze: Apurvi Chandela & Ravi Kumar.

Volleyball : Women: Korea bt India 3-0 (25-17, 25-11, 25-13).

Tennis: Mixed Doubles: Karman Kaur Thandi & Divij Sharan Marian Jane Capadocia & Alberto Jr Lim (Philippines) 6-4, 6-4.

Swimming: 200m butterfly: Sajan Prakash 5th (1:57.75s); 100m backstroke: Srihari Nataraj 100m 7th (56.19s)

Wrestling: 57kg 1/8: Nazarov Rustem (Turkmesitan) bt Sandeep Tomar 12-8; 65kg: Final: Bajrang Punia bt Takatani Daichi (Jap) GOLD; 74kg: First round: Sushil Kumar lost to Adam Batirov (Bah); 97kg: Quarterfinals: Ibragimov Magomed (Uzb) bt Mausam Khatri 8-0; 86kg: Quarterfinals: Yazdanicharati Hasssan (Irn) btPawan Kumar 11-0.

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