Hello and welcome to the highlights of Day 10 action of Asian Games 2018 from Jakarta and Palembang.
Medal winners of the day
Gold - Manjit Singh: Men's 800m
Silver - Team India in Mixed 4x400m relay
Silver - Pincky Balhara in Women's 52kg Kurash
Silver - Jinson Johnson: Men's 800m
Silver - Badminton: PV Sindhu in women's singles
Silver - Archery: India Compound Men's Team
Silver - Archery: India Compound Women's Team
Bronze - Badminton: Saina Nehwal in women's singles (decided yesterday)
Bronze - Table Tennis in men's team event
Bronze: Malaprabha Yallapa Jadhav in Womens' 52kg Kurash
Controversy in the 4x400m mixed relay!
India has protested against the gold medal for Bahrain, says former Olympian and journalist Digvijay Singh Deo.
As mentioned earlier, Hima Das of India had to adjust after Bahrain's Oluwakemi Adekoya stumbled and fell during handover.
India had finished behind Bahrain, who took the gold in the final earlier today.
India's protest has been accepted and will be heard tomorrow.
The Indian Protest has been accepted.Hearing tom morning— Digvijay Singh Deo (@DiggySinghDeo) August 28, 2018
Some more details of protest.India has alleged that the second Bahraini runner who was racing alongside Povamma obstructed Hima at the handover— Digvijay Singh Deo (@DiggySinghDeo) August 28, 2018
Hearing that India has protested the Mixed Relay result. Bahraini athlete fell during handover they say— Digvijay Singh Deo (@DiggySinghDeo) August 28, 2018
Crucial moment at 4x400m mixed relay final!
Senior journalist G Rajaraman has pointed out a crucial moment in the 4x400m mixed relay final where Hima Das was in danger of running into Adekoya Oluwakemi of Bahrain.
India finished the race with a silver medal behind Bahrain.
Moments later, Hima Das was in danger of running into Oluwakemi Adekoya who had stumbled on track. She was thrown off balance and had to sidestep the Bahraini, losing crucial time. Salwa Naser, meanwhile, had flown ahead and Hima found it hard to find the rhythm. pic.twitter.com/7QH99zW9UB— G Rajaraman (@g_rajaraman) August 28, 2018
India wins 10 medals on Day 10
It was a productive day for Indian athletes in Jakarta and Palembang.
Manjit Singh's gold in the men's 800m was the highlight of the day and his burst in the last straight is going to be remembered for a long, long time.
India also won a historic silver in the mixed 4x400m relay, which made its Asian Games debut today.
PV Sindhu was outclassed by Tai Tzu Ying in the women's singles badminton final. Saina Nehwal's bronze was confirmed yesterday.
The Compound Men's archery team missed gold by a whisker in a thrilling final against South Korea.
Two Indian athletes — Pincky and Mallaprabha Jadhav — won medals in Kurash.
Athletics roundup: Burman, Hebram in Heptathlon medal positions;
Swapna Barman of India and Purnima Hebram are at the second and third spot, respectively after four events in Women's Heptathlon.
Barman slipped to the second spot from a gold medal position after finishing fourth in Heat 2 of 200m event.
Long jump, javelin throw, and 800m events will be held tomorrow.
Women's Long Jump
Meanwhile, Meanwhile, Annu Rani finished sixth in the women's javelin throw with a best jump of 53.93m.
China's Shiying Liu and Huihui Lyu finished 1-2 and South Korea's Ae Gyeong took bronze.
India win silver in inaugural 4x400m mixed relay at Asian Games!
Muhammed Anas lead the first 400m while Poovamma finished second behind a Bahranian runner.
Hima Das made sure India retained their second spot with a good run while Arokia Rajiv completed the race and helped India clinch a silver.
Bahrain won the gold and set a Games Record!
It's time for the 4x400m debut at Asian Games!
Representing India are Hima Das, Muhammed Anas, Poovamma, and Arokia Rajiv.
Watch video: Manjit Singh, Jinson Johnson finish 1-2 in men's 800m final
Relive the spectacular final here. Manjit Singh's late burst at the home straight is unmissable!
The special effort means India have won a gold in the men's 800m for the first time since Charles Borromeo in 1982.
WHAT A RUN! WHAT A BRILLIANT RUN!— Rajyavardhan Rathore (@Ra_THORe) August 28, 2018
Manjit Singh had to come from the 4th position to win GOLD Medal in last 50 meters.
With a timing of 1:46:15 in 800m men's event, he was simply sensational! Very proud! #KheloIndia #AsianGame2018 #IndiaAtAsianGames pic.twitter.com/mZf6yaCnPO
Kurash: India win silver and bronze medals on sport's Games debut
It's raining medals for India in the evening session.
Pincky Bahara takes silver in the women's 52kg category after going down 10-0 against Uzbekistan's Sulaymanova Gulnor.
Meanwhile, Malaprabha Yallapa Jadhav took bronze earlier in the day after losing semi-final to Gulnor.
Two medals for India from the sport that made its debut at the Games.
Medal rush in men's 800m as Indians finish 1-2
What a run from Manjit Singh! The 28-year-old takes gold with a terrific run in the home stretch. He clocked 1:46.15 while Jinson Johnson clinched the silver with a timing of 1:46.35m.
Manjit was in the fourth spot when the race entered the final stretch. He outpaced the top three, including compatriot Jinson, to finish on the top step of the podium.
Manjit had qualified as the eighth fastest finalist but the late surge is going to be remembered for a long, long time.
Women's 400m SF: Hima Das disqualified for false start!
Disappointment for 18-year-old Hima Das. The Indian has been disqualified for a false start. She got the red card.
Stritch but the right decision as the teenager had reacted even before the gunshot went.
Women's 200m: Dutee Chand qualifies for final
Dutee Chand wins semi-final 1 to qualify for the final. The 22-year-old, who won the 100m silver, picked up in the final stretch to finish with 23.00s.
Odiong of Bahrain, who led the race for the most part of it, finishes second, with a timing of 23.01s.
Kurash: Two Indians in semi-finals, assured of medals!
India's Pinky and Malaprabha Jadhav have reached the semi-final of women's 52kg Kurash event.
Pinky faces Uzbekistan's Oysuluv Abdumajidova while Malaprabha take son Gulnor Sulaymanova in the last-four round.
Exciting track and field action coming up!
Women's Heptathlon: From 5:15 pm IST
Shot Put and 200m
Poornima Hebram, Swapna Burman
Women's 200m semi-finals
Dutee Chand, Hima Das
Women's Javelin Throw Final: 5:55 pm IST
Men's 800m final: 6 pm IST
Jinson Johnson, Manjit Singh
Women's 5000m final: 6:20 pm IST
L Suriya, Sanjivani Baburao
Mixed team 4x400m relay final: 7:15 pm IST
Muhammed Anas, Arokia Rajiv, MR Poovamma, Hima Das
Hockey: India top group after crushing Sri lanka 20-0
Akashdeep Singh scores six as Indian men's hockey crush Sri Lanka 2-0 in their final Pool A game. They have resereved a berth in the semi-final of the event as well.
Rupinder Pal Singh and Harmanpreet Singh scored hat-tricks as the Asian minnows had no answers to India's aggressive display.
The men's team have scored a total of 76 goals over five games in the group stages.
India's team for the first-ever mixed relay final at Asian Games announced!
There is excitement around the 4x400m mixed-relay final, scheduled for 7:15 pm IST. The event will be making its debut at the Games today.
Mixe relay Indian team: Muhammed Anas, MR Poovamma, Arokia Rajiv and Hima Das.
Here's the MIXED RELAY team of #India for final tonight #AsianGames2018 #EnergyOfAsia— Athletics Federation of India (@afiindia) August 28, 2018
Md. Anas, MR Poovamma, #HimaDas, Arokia Rajiv#GoForGold #TeamIndiaAthletics@kapil857 @thefield_in @FISTOSPORTS @kaypeem @g_rajaraman @IExpressSports @IndiaSports @ioaindia pic.twitter.com/kcxBHD1EdT
Volleyball results: India lose 3-1 to Pakistan
Indian men's team lost 1-3 to Pakistan in a 7-12 classification match, which lasted 100 minutes.
India had made a positive start to the match by winning the first set 25-21, but Pakistan fought back to make it 2-1. In a fiercely-fought fourth set, the Men in Blue went down 23-25.
Boxing roundup on Day 10: Indian pugilists lose quarter-finals
No medals for Sonia Lather and Pavitra.
Sonia lost women's featherweight category quarter-final to Jo Son Hwa of North Korea 5-0.
Meanwhile, Pavitra lost a close battle in the lightweight quarter-final round to Hashanah Huswatun of Indonesia 3-2.
Table Tennis: India men's team goes down 3-0 to South Korea, finishes with historic bronze
G Sathiyan, Achanta Sharath Kamal, and Anthony Arputharaj lost their rubbers to higher-ranked South Korean paddlers.
Nonetheless, a historic bronze as the current India team become the first from the country to win a table tennis medal at Asian Games.
India had stunned Japan 3-1 after Sathiyan's spectacular twin win yesterday.
Tai Tzu Ying unstopabble!
PV Sindhu went up against a better player on the day. Unlike the previous big tournament finals where she had fought hard before going down, the Indian shuttler was never in the contest rather never allowed to be in the contest by Tai Tzu Ying.
The world number one defeats Saina Nehwal and Sindhu in back-to-back games to stand on the top step of the podium at the Games.
Badminton: PV Sindhu finishes with silver!
Silver again for PV Sindhu! This time she was blown away in the final by Tai Tzu Ying, the world number one shuttler from Chinese Taipei.
Tai needed just 34 minutes to clinch the gold medal match 21-14, 21-16.
Silver and Bronze for India in the women's singles badminton.
Badminton: Not looking good for Sindhu in the women's singles final!
Sindhu is trailing Tai 13-8 in the second after losing the first game 21-13. Sindhu is trying hard to stay in the match but the Chinese Taipei shuttler is oozing class, just like she has been throughout the tournament.
Archer: India Compound Men's team lose hard-fought gold medal match!
What a thriller it was in the Compound Men's team archery final! India and South Korea were tied at 229 points each at the end of 24 arrows. In fact, India were leading 229-227 before the scores were revised.
The gold medal match headed to a shoot off and Korea edged India by a slender margin to take the gold. Notably, the Koreans had hit the only bullseye of the shoot-off and it made all the difference!
India's Rajat Chauhan, Aman Saini, And Abhishek Verma should be proud of their effort. Consistent shooting from the trio, who finishes with silver medal.
Second medal of the day from archery as India women's compound team won a silver earlier in the day after losing to South Korea.
Women's singles badminton final: PV Sindhu loses fist game
Not the ideal start for PV Sindhu. She was comfortably beaten 21-13 in the first game by Tai Tzu Ying. The Indian shuttler needs to find a way back into this match soon. It will be over quickly, otherwise.
Badminton: Tai heads into the break with a four-point lead
PV Sindhu stitched a few points together before the break but Tai Tzu Ying breaks the pattern to go into the break with a four-point lead. It's 11-7 in the first game.
Badminton: Women's singles final
Tai Tzu Ying raced to a 5-0 lead within minutes. The Chinese Taipei shuttler was switched on from the word go.
However, Sindhu fought back to win three straight points to make 5-3. It seems Sindhu needs be on top of her defence to trouble Tai here.
Compound Men's Archery final: India start strong
India started the Compound Men's final on a high by hitting six straight 10s against South Korea. However, they have managed only 54 in the next six arrows and are leading their opposition by a solitary point.
Badminton: PV Sindhu vs Tai Tzu Ying gold medal match underway
PV Sindhu and Tai Tzu Ying have reached the court and the atmosphere at the Istora is electrifying.
Table Tennis: Men's Team event semi-final
Achantha Sharath Kamal loses first two games of his rubber (11-9, 11-9) to Young Sik Jeoung of South Korea. India are trailing 1-0 following Sathiyan's 3-1 defeat in the first rubber of the gold medal tie.
Badminton: Time for women's singles final!
PV Sindhu will shortly be in action in the women's singles final against world number one Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei.
Can the Indian shuttler win a gold that has been eluding her for quite some time now?
Indonesia's Jonathan Christie has won the men's singles gold medal after beating Chou Tien Chen of Chinese Taipei in three games.
Notably, the 20-year-old is the first Asian Games gold medalist from Indonesia since Taufik Hidayat in 2006.
Christie's young compatriot Anthony Ginting won the bronze. He had beaten in-form Kento Momota and reigning Olympic champion Chen Long en route to the semi-final.
Table Tennis Men's team semi-final: India go 1-0 down
G Sathiyan has been beaten in four games after the Tamil Nadu paddler won the first game against world number six Lee Sangsu of South Korea. The scoreline of the first match of the rubber reads 9-11, 11-9, 11-3, 11-3.
Archery: India Compound Women's team wins silver
It all boiled down to the final three arrows in the compound women's final as both India and South Korea as both the teams were tied on 201 points.
While the Koreans managed to hit three successive 10s in the high-pressure situation, India managed only 27 points with a single 10.
Top effort though from the women's compound team, especially after the failures of the recurve teams.
Great outing for the Indian trio of Muskan Kirar, Madhumita Kumari, and Jyothi Surekha Vennam.
India men's compound team will be in action in the final against South Korea, shortly.
Archery: Compound Women's Team final
India are South Korea are tied on 173 points each after 18 arrows. The gold medal match is tightly-contested. Can the Indians hold their nerve and seal a finish on the top step of the podium.
Table Tennis: Men's team semi-final
Lee Sangsu takes the second game 11-9 against G Sathiyan. It's 1-1 in the first men's singles rubber of this semi-final tie.
Archery final: Indain Compound women's team make strong start
Strong start from the Indian Compound Women's team. They are leading South Korea 59-57 in the gold medal match.
Archery: India women take on Korea in gold medal match
India Compound Women's team has begun gold medal match against Korea.
Muskan Kirar, Madhumita Kumari, and Jyothi Surekha Vennam are in action.
Table Tennis: India men in semi-final action
India assured themselves the first-ever Asan Games medal by beating Japan 3-1 in the quarter-final yesterday.
The star of yesterday's win, G Sathiyan has begun the semi-final tie against Sangsu Lee of South Korea with an 11-9 win in the first game of the first rubber.
Women's Heptathlon: India's Swapna Barman in the lead after two events
Swapna Barman of India finished on top in the high jump event of women's heptathlon with a 1.82m-jump. She tried to clear 1.85m but missed it by a whisker as her leg disturbed the bar.
She had finished fifth in the 100m event while Purnima Hebram finished third.
Hebram though disappointed in the high jump event, finishing fifth with a best jump of 1.73m.
Barman is leading the field after two events with 1984 points.
Hebram is third with a total of 1891 points.
Saina Nehwal happy with historic medal, talks about Sindhu's chances in the final
Saina Nehwal, on Monday, became the first Indian woman to win a badminton medal at the Asian Games.
She went down in straight games to world number one Tai Tzu Ying but finished an impressive campaign with a bronze.
"I am happy I could get a medal. But the point is to fight with each and every player, it's not about a medal but to win it. This tournament is as good as Olympics, just that we do not have Carolina here," Saina said.
The veteran Indian shuttler also revealed why Tai is among the best in the circuit and what one can do to beat her.
"It would be 50-50. Sindhu is taller and has more option to counter, she can play shots I can't," Saina added.
"Her net is quite strong, she has a variety of shots from the net, so you have the chance to play at the back and open up the court, that's why I thought at the start I could play deep back initially. She definitely she cracks, but you need to stick on with her till the end."
Squash: India women make light work of Thailand
India women's team have won the first match of their day against Thailand 3-0. They will face Indonesia later in the day.
Day 10: What to expect from Tueday
Compound Archers, who have been the face of Indin archery in the ongoing Games after the disappointing performances from the Recurve teams, will be going for gold today.
As many as five athletes and the men's 4x400m relay team will also be in medal rounds.
Indian men's table tennis team, which created history by becoming the first medal-winning table tennis players at the Games, will take on South Korea in the semi-final.
Full schedule of Day 10 (Indian attraction)
Women's Javelin Throw Final: 5:55pm IST
Men's 800m final: 6 pm IST
Jinson Johnson, Manjit Singh
Women's 5000m final: 6:20 pm IST
L Suriya, Sanjivani Baburao
Mixed team 4x400m relay final: 7:15 pm IST
Compound Men's Team Final: 11:15 am IST
India vs Korea
Compound Women's Team Final: 12:05 am IST
India vs Korea
Women's singles final: 11:40 am IST
PV Sindhu vs Tai Tzu Ying
Women's Featherweight QF: 1 pm IST
Sonia Lather vs Jo Son Hwa
Women's Lightweight QF: 1:45 pm IST
Pavitra vs Hashanah HUswatun
Pair (Men, Women and Mixed) qualification: From 8 am IST
Men's Pool A tie: 2:30 pm IST
India vs Sri Lanka
Men's 66kg: 12:30 pm IST
Men's +90kg: 12:30 pm IST
Women's 52kg: 12:30 pm IST
Women's Quadrant Preliminary Group B tie: 12:30 pm IST
India vs Japan
Women's Team Pool B
India vs Thailand: 8:30 am IST
India vs Indonesia: 5 pm IST
Men's Team Pool B
India vs Qatar: 2:30 pm IST
Men's semi-final: Not before 11 am IST
India vs South Korea
Men's Group-stage tie
India vs Pakistan: 11 am SIT
Big badminton final in focus on Day 10
The biggest match of the day will be the women's singles badminton final, in which India's PV Sindhu will be taking on world number one Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei.
Match to start after 11:30 am IST
There is a lot of hype around the match and Sindhu herself has conceded that it isn't going to be easy for her.
There will be pressure on the young Indian shuttler. She has been extremely consistent over the last few years and her performances at the biggest stages of badminton have been impressive.
However, the gold medal has been elusive. Since losing the Rio Olympic final to Carolina Marin, the Hyderabad shuttler has gone down in four major tournament finals, including this year's Commonwealth Games and World Championships title matches.
With a tremendous burden of expectations, Sindhu will be going out to achieve what seems to be a tough task.
Tai has been unstoppable this year, having a 38-3 record in the ongoing season. The Chinese Taipei shuttler made light work of Saina Nehwal in the semi-final even as the Indian shuttler was giving it her best.
Also, Sindhu has not managed to beat Tai in their last five meetings, with her last win over the numero uno coming in November 2016.
Athletics: Good start to the morning session!
Hima Das and Dutee Chand have qualified for the women's 200m semi-final. Both of them had won silver medals yesterday.
Chand, who finished on the podium in the 100m event, topped her heat to earn a direct final berth. Meanwhile, Das, who took the silver in 400m, qualified with the seventh-fastest timing in the heats.