Asian Games 2018 Day 12 India Schedule in IST & Medal Tally: Full Fixtures List of Indian Athletes in Action on August 30
Today at the Games (Photo Credits: Asian Games 2018 Official Website)

It is Day 12 of Jakarta Palembang 2018 Asian Games, and the Indian contingent is looking more confident than ever. All thanks to the brilliant show by the athletics unit who have put on an excellent display at the 18th Asiad in Indonesia. After a string of silver linings, we finally had a number of golden glories on the eleventh day of the multi-sports event. Heptathlete Swapna Barman and triple jumper Arpinder Singh won gold medals to level with India’s gold medal count at Incheon 2014 Asian Games. India’s medal tally at Asian Games is 54 so far with 11 gold, 20 silver and 23 bronze. In the previous edition, they had earned a total of 57 medals including 11 gold, ten silver and 36 bronze. With still three days of pure sporting action and several events remaining, the country has a good chance to better their records and also improve their team standings on the medal table, which is spearheaded by China. Asian Games 2018 Highlights Day 11: Arpinder Singh, Swapna Barman Win Gold Medal, Dutee Chand Raises Tally With Silver Medal.

On Thursday, there are some crucial matches including medal events lined up. As per Day 12 schedule of Asian Games 2018, we have our Indian men’s hockey team taking on Malaysia in semi-finals. Earlier on Wednesday, a resilient Indian women's hockey team stormed into the final after edging past World No.11 China 1-0 in the semi-final to assure a silver medal. Apart from hockey action, we have paddler Manika Batra taking on Thailand’s Nanthana Komwong in the Round of 32. She along with Achanta Sharath Kamal bagged the first-ever bronze medal in the sport after losing in the semis to China's Wang Chuqin and Sun Yingsha. They were defeated but not before scripting the history for India in the table tennis. Asian Games Medal Tally 2018 Updated: Check India's Medal Tally in Current Table and Country-Wise Medal Standings.

And once again, all eyes will be on track and field from where the country has won the most number of medals (14 = 5 gold, nine silver). It will begin the early morning with Sandeep Kumar taking part in Men's 50km Walk. Govindan Lakshmanan who missed out on a bronze medal in men’s 10,000m walk after a cruel twist of fate will be back in action in men’s 5000m. The army man must know that the entire country would be cheering for his success on August 30. Defending women’s discus thrower Seema Punia will also be in action on Thursday. Let us take a complete look schedule below.

Athletics (Medal event)

Men's 50km Walk: Sandeep Kumar - 4.30 AM

Women's Discus Throw Final: Sandeep Kumari, Seema Punia - 5.10 AM

Women's 1500m Final: Chitra Unnikrishnan, Monika Chaudhary - 5.30 AM

Men's 1500m Final: Jinson Johnson, Manjit Singh - 6.05 AM

Men's 5000m Final: Lakshmanan Govindan - 6.30 AM

Women's 4 x 400m Relay Final: India - 6.50 AM

Men's 4 x 400m Relay Final: India - 7.10 AM


Men's Pair Semifinal 1 - Round 1 Start List: Pranab Bardhan-Shibhnath Sarkar, Subhash Gupta-Sapan Desai, Sumit Mukherjee-Debabrata Majumder - 8.30 AM

Women's Pair Semifinal 1 - Round 1 Start List: Aparna Sain-Feroza Chothia, Marianne Karmakar - 8.30 AM

Mixed Pair Semifinal 1 - Round 1 Start List: Bachiraju Satyanarayana-Kiran Nadar, Rajeev Khandelwal-Himani Khandelwal - 8.30 AM

Men's Pair Semifinal 2 - Round 1 Start List: Pranab Bardhan-Shibhnath Sarkar, Subhash Gupta-Sapan Desai, Sumit Mukherjee-Debabrata Majumder - 1 PM

Women's Pair Semifinal 2 - Round 1 Start List: Aparna Sain-Feroza Chothia, Marianne Karmakar - 1 PM

Mixed Pair Semifinal 2 - Round 1 Start List: Bachiraju Satyanarayana-Kiran Nadar, Rajeev Khandelwal-Himani Khandelwal - 1 PM

Canoe/Kayak Sprint (Medal event)

Kayak Four (K4) 500m Men: India - 6.50 AM

Kayak Single (K1) 500m Women Finals - 7.20 AM

Kayak Double (K2) 1000m Men: Naocha Singh, Ching Ching Sing - 8.40 AM

Canoe Double (C2) 1000m Men: Gaurav Tomar, Sunil Singh - 9.10 AM

Cycling Track (Medal event)

Men's Omnium Scratch Race: Manjeet Singh (India) - 7.30 AM

Women's Sprint Start List: Aleena Reji, Deborah Deborah - 7.50 AM

Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit: Chaoba Devi - 8.36 AM

Diving (Medal event)

Men's 1m Springboard | Preliminary: Ramananda Sharma (India) - 12.50 PM

Equestrian (Medal event)

Jumping Individual: Kevic Kaevaan Setalvad, Kevic Zahan Setalvad - 1.30 PM


Men's Semi-final: India vs Malaysia - 4.00 PM


Men's 81 KG Round of 32: Rajitha Pushpa Kumara, Gedara Uwarapaksha (SL) vs Harshdeep Singh Brar (India) - 7.50 AM

Women's 70 KG Round of 16: Gulnoza Matniyazova vs Garima Choudhary (India) - 9.20 AM


Women's 78 KG Round of 32: Jyoti Tokas (India) vs Meesri Prawanwit (Thailand) - 12.30 PM

Men 90 KG Round of 32: Danish Sharma (India) vs Alfais Muhammad Dhifa (Indonesia) - 12.36 PM

Women 78 KG Round of 16: Nguyen thi Lan (Vietnam) vs Amisha Tokas (India) - 12.48 PM

Men 90 KG Round of 16: Divesh (India) vs To be defined - 1.18 PM


Women's Quadrant Group B: India vs Thailand - 3.00 PM


Women's Pool B: Hong Kong vs India - 11.00 AM

Table Tennis

Women's singles Round of 32: Mouma Das (India) vs Chen Szuyu - 10.45 AM

Manika Batra vs Komwong Nanthana: 6.45 PM

Men's Singles Round of 32: Sharath Kamal vs To be defined - 12.30 PM


Men's Classification: India vs Myanmar - 11.00 AM

Apart from athletics, hockey we have a lot to watch out for in other sports such as boxing and squash. Vikas Krishan (75kg) overcame bleeding left eye to assure himself of a third successive medal at the Asian Games, while Amit Panghal (49kg) produced a power-packed performance in his quarterfinal bout to guarantee a maiden podium finish in Indonesia. Indian women's squash team have also assured itself of a medal after securing a semi-final berth at the 18th Asian Games post beating China 3-0 cheaply. So let the games on Day 12 begin! (Inputs from IANS).