Hello and welcome to the highlights of Day 14 of Asian Games 2018 from Jakarta and Palembang.
Medalists of the day
Amit Panghal - Gold in men's light flyweight boxing
Pranab Bardhan, Shibnath Sarkar - Gold in Bridge (Men's Pair)
Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Palikkal, Sunayna Kuruvilla and Tanvi Khanna - Silver in women's team squash.
India men's hockey team - Bronze
Historic campaign for India at Asian Games!
India have had a historic campaign in Jakarta and Palembang.
They have finished with 69 medals, the highest-ever in the Games' history, bettering the 2010 tally of 65.
They have also equaled the highest-ever gold medal tally (1951) with 15 athletes/teams finishing on the top step of the podium.
Kabaddi and hockey campaigns were disappointing but the track and field athletes finished with 19 medals, including seven golds.
Medal tally (As of September 1: 8:30 pm IST)
Sport-wise distribution of medals (India)
Diving: India's Siddharth Pardeshi finishes ninth!
No 70th medal for India as Siddharth Pardeshi finishes ninth in the 10-man final of Diving - Men's 10m Platform.
With that, the Indian action comes to a close in the ongoing Asian Games.
Hockey men's final: Japan take gold after completing remarkable comeback!
What a stunning performance this from Japan. They were 5-2 down and fought their way back to force a penalty shoot-out and eventually take the gold.
Heartbreak for Malaysia and their veteran goalkeeper Subramaniam Kumar as they miss out on an Olympic berth as well.
Hockey men's final: Japan make it 6-6 with seconds to go!
What a thriller this gold medal match is turning out to be! Malaysia were having a 5-2 lead but Japan have fought back to make it 6-6. Only 20 seconds left and this is heading into a shoot-out!
Can India add one more medal to their tally?
The men's hockey bronze takes India's medal tally to 69.
SB Pardeshi will be in action in the men's 10m platform diving final later in the day. He had qualified for the 10-man final in the ninth spot.
India hockey teams finish without gold medals!
India men's team were considered favourites to defend their title in Jakarta but a shock defeat to Malaysia in the semi-final ended their hopes.
Harendra Singh's men came back strong to beat Pakistan 2-1 in the bronze medal match. They were put under pressure throughout the match but goals from Harmanpreet Singh and Aakashdeep Singh helped India finish on the podium.
With their third bronze medal, India men's team have take their medal tally at Asian Games to 15.
The women came close to finish on the top step of the podium but they had to settle for a silver after losing to Japan yesterday.
Hockey: Indian men beat Pakistan, bronze!
It's consolation win for the Indian men's hockey team. They beat Pakistan 2-1 to take bronze while the Men in Green finish Asian Games campaign without a medal for the first time.
Hockey bronze medal match: IND 2-1 PAK
India make a mess of their second penalty corner. Rupinder Pal Singh doesn't even trouble the goalkeeper. It remains 2-1 with less than seven minutes to go.
Hockey bronze medal match: IND 2-1 PAK
First quarter (7 min): Pakistan need only a minute to pull one back here. Atiq Muhammad completes a counter-attack that caught the Indian defence napping!
Game on here!
Hockey bronze medal match: IND 2-0 PAK
Fourth quarter (5 min): GOAL! India convert their first penalty corner. Harmanpreet Singh slots one into the right low-corner, no chance for the Pakistani goalkeeper there.
Crucial, crucial goal there. India can breathe easy now.
Hockey bronze medal match: IND 1-0 PAK after 3rd quarter
It remains 1-0 at the GBK Hockey Field. However, Pakistan created quite a few dangerous opportunities in the third quarter, as they did in the second. Indian defence put under pressure.
India can't be happy with this lead. They need to find another to avoid some late pressure.
Another 15 minutes to go, what can the two teams come up with?
Hockey bronze medal match: IND 1-0 PAK
India have been able to maintain their one-goal lead but Pakistan stepped up and put pressure on the Indian defence in the second quarter. They had a couple of good chances to equalise but missed those opportunities by only close margins.
This is very much shaping up like the Commonwealth Games opener where Pakistan clawed back from being 2-0 down to make it 2-2.
Hockey bronze medal match: IND 1-0 PAK after 1st quarter
Aakashdeep Singh's goal the difference between the two sides at the end of the first quarter. India have easily been the dominant side here.
Their long balls have worked wonderfully well and they have been busy inside the Pakistani half. Roeland Oltmans, the former India coach, needs to fire up his Pakistan team.
Men's hockey Bronze medal match: IND 1-0 PAK
First quarter (3 min): GOAL! India take a 1-0 lead, reward for their positive intent.
Harendra Singh's men came out with an attacking mindset and they have created quite a few chances already.
This time, Lalit Kumar Upadhyaya came up with a brilliant ball from the left flank to Akashdeep Singh, who did no mistake slotting it into the net.
We're 30 minutes away from the India-Pakistan clash!
India headed into the tournament as favourites to retain the Asiad gold. However, they were stunned by Malaysia in the semi-final after the fifth-ranked side conceded a late equaliser.
The bronze medal match is the most difficult match to play these type of tournaments but India cannot afford another defeat to Pakistan, the 13th-ranked side going around.
Squash: India women finish with silver!
No historic gold for India as women's squash team loses final to Hong Kong 2-0.
Sunanya Kuruvilla lost the opening rubber of the tie 3-1 to Tze Lok Ho after which Joshna Chinappa went down to Annie Au in straight games — 11-3, 11-9 and 11-6.
Squash: Women's team final is underway in Indonesia!
India have already equaled their best-ever gold medal tally of 15 (1951 Games). Can the women's squash team clinch the historic gold medal today?
Historic medal haul for India in Jakarta and Palembang Games!
India has created history. With a total of 67 medals so far, India have gone past their previous best tally of 65 achieved at the 2010 edition of the continental event!
Can the women's squash team get one more gold for India? They will be up against Hong Kong in the gold medal match, shortly.
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With two gold medals coming in on Saturday morning, India has achieved a record medal haul (67*), surpassing 2010 Games' tally of 65 medals. #AsianGames2018@ibtimes_india
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Bridge: Indian duo wins country its 15th gold medal!
Pranab Bardhan, 60, and Sarkar Shibhnath. 56, have won gold in men's pair Bridge, India's first ever medal at the event that has made its Games debut.
They finished all four rounds of Final 2 on top, above China and Indonesian pairs.
Boxing: Amit Panghal has clinched gold!
Top stuff from Amit Panghal. He down reigning Olympic champion and arguably the best boxer in the light flyweight category, Dusmatov Hasanboy of Uzbekistan to take gold.
It was a split decision in favour of the Indian pugilist but he dominated the Uzbekistan star. Amit looked sharp and took the attack to Hasanboy, who was taken aback.
What a year this has been for Amit. The 22-year-old has followed up his CWG silver with a gold in the Asian Games.
What a big win this for the young Indian!
Boxing: Sharp punches from Amit!
End of the second round! Amit has been incredibly sharp, he has landed some good punches in the second round.
Dusmatov started the second round on a high but was pushed to the backfoot by Amit's positive approach towards the end it.
Close bout this!
Boxing: Good start for Amit against the Olympic champion!
Amit has started the bout well. A good first round for him in the men's light fly gold against Olympic champion Dustamov Hasanboy of Uzbekistan. The Indian southpaw was able to get a couple of punches on the Uzbekistan pugilist.
Boxing: Amit makes his way to the ring!
It's time for the big bout. Both Amit and Hasanboy have made it to the ring. Can India snatch another gold?
Amit's boxing bout coming up shortly!
It's going to be a tough test for Amit Panghal as he will be up against Olympic champion Dusmatov Hasanboy in the men's light fly gold medal bout.
Can the CWG silver medalist give India its only boxing gold at the ongoing Games?
Canoe/Kayak round-up: Indian teams finish last in finals
Kayak: India finish last in K4 500m women final
India have finished last in the Kayak Four 500m women final. The team, consisting Ragina Kiro, Sandhiya Kispotta, Meena Devi, and Soniya Devi managed a timing of 1:51.729s, more than 18s behind winners China.
Canoe: India finish last in C2 Men final
India's Prakant Sharma and Onam Jamesboy Singh have finished last in the Canoe Doubles Men's final.
Key events on Day 14 with Indian attraction
Men's light flyweight final: 12:30 pm IST
Amit Panghal vs Dusmatov Hasanboy (Uzbekistan)
Women's team final: 1:30 pm IST
India vs Hong Kong
Men's Bronze medal match: 4 pm IST
India vs Pakistan
Bridge: From 8:30 am IST
Men's pair final
Subhash Sarkar/Sapan Desai
Sumit Mukherjee/Debabrata Majumder
Women's pair final
Hema Deora/Marianne Karmakar
Mixed pair final
Bachiraju Satyanarayana/Kiran Nadar
Rajeev Khandelwal/Himani Khandelwal
Men's 10m Platform - Preliminary round: 12:45 pm IST
What to expect on Day 14
Boxing: Amit Panghal up against Dusmatov Hasanboy
It's the final day of action for the Indian contingent at the Jakarta and Palembang Games.
Boxer Amit Panghal has been the shining light of what has otherwise been an ordinary campaign for the Indian boxers at the Games.
The Commonwealth Games silver medalist will be up against Rio Olympic gold medalist and superstar pugilist Dusmatov Hasanboy in the men's light fly (49kg) gold medal match.
India women's squash team eye historic gold
Meanwhile, Dipika Pallikal Karthik & co. will be going for the country's maiden Asiad gold in the women's squash team event when they take on Hong Kong later today.
The 2014 runners-up stunned defending champions Malaysia to reach the final.
India vs Pakistan in hockey bronze medal match
It will be an India vs Pakistan affair in hockey today but not the one fans from both countries would have wanted to see. Both the Asian giants lost their semi-final matches and will be battling for bronze.
India have an opportunity to add six more medals to their tally as three teams have reached the men's pair final, one team the women's pair final and two the mixed pair finals.