Vijay Kumar Yadav bags India's 8th medal as he clinches bronze in the men's 60kg category.
Another medal gets added to India's medal tally as Sushila Devi bags a silver medal. She lost to Michaela Whitebooi in the final clash.
Saurav Ghosal qualifys to the men's singles semifinals.
Joshna Chinappa loses in the women's singles quarterfinals.
The match which seemed one-sided and inclined towards India, ended in a draw.
Tables have turned in the last quarter as scores are level to 4-4
However, England bounces back and net their second goal.
Just when the pressure started to amount, Harmanpreet Singh scores the fourth goal for India and his fourth goal in CWG as well.
England score their first goal in the third quarter.
India continue to dominate as Mandeep Singh is firing all guns. India 3-0.
Just when we thought the first quarter is going to end, Mandeep Singh's goal take India to 2-0 lead.
It's a goal for India by Lalit Upadhyay within first three minutes of the match.
India is all set to face England in a thrilling hockey match.
Ronaldo Laitonjam came up with a timing of 1:02 500 to finish 12th in men's 1000m time trial final
India's 27-year-old Pranati Nayak finished fifth in women's vault final of artistic gymnastics event.
India's Shushila Devi a medal for India after advancing to the women's 48kg final. She defeated Priscilla Morand of Mauritius.
The 27-year-old will next compete with Michaela Whitebooi of South Africa in the gold medal clash.
India lawn bowls team assured itself the Commonwealth Games medal after defeating New Zealand 16-13 in the semifinal of the women's fours even
The women's fours team comprising Lovely Choubey (lead), Pinki (second), Nayanmoni Saikia (third) and Rupa Rani Tirkey (skip) will face South Africa in the gold medal clash on Tuesday.
Featherweight boxer Mohammad Hussamudin made advanced to the quarterfinals with a 5-0 win over Mohammad Salim Hossain of Bangladesh in the round of 16.
Sunayna Sana Kuruvilla beat Sri Lanka's Chanithma Sinaly in the plate quarterfinals of the women's singles. The 23-year-old will compete in the women's singles plate semi-finals, later tonight.
India's Amit Panghal progressed to the men's flyweight (51kg) quarterfinals. He out-punched Namri Berri of Vanuatu via an unanimous verdict.
Jasleen Singh Saini lost semifinals against Scotland's Finlay Allan. However, will fight for the bronze medal in next game.
Vijay Kumar Yadav lost to Joshua Katz of Australia in a hard-fought quarterfinal. He will face next Scotland's Dynlan Munro to stay in medal contention.
Suchika Tariyal has reached the bronze medal round after defeating Donne Breytenbach of South Africa.
Sushila Devi Likmbam advanced to the women's 48kg quarterfinals with a win over Harriet Bonface of Malawi. She will take on Mauritius' Priscilla Morand in the semifinals.
Heartbreak for India as Singh misses medal by a gap of just 1 kg.
Singh fails to lift 180 kg in the third attempt. His total lift is 319 kg.
Unbelievable! It's a 176 kg lift in the second attempt.
Singh lifts 172 kg in the first attempt of clean & jerk.
Ajay Singh in contention for India's 7th CWG medal, it's a best lift 143 kg in Snatch
Lawn Bowl semifinal underway
The Indian team comprising of Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia, and Rupa Tirkey defeated the Norfolk Islands 17-9 in the quarter-finals at Victoria Park in Royal Leamington Spa. They will now be eyeing a spot for the final berth which guarantees them a chance of winning the silver medal.
India look to rise in the medal tally after historic third day
Team India has fared pretty decently in the ongoing Commonwealth Games. Mirabai Chanu continued her magical run and fetched the gold for India. Keeping up with Chanu's exploits Achinta Sheuli and Jeremy Lalrinnunga too clinched gold medals for the Indian contingency. At the end of day 3, India has a total of six medals which includes 3 golds, 2 silvers, and 1 bronze. All of these medals have come from the weightlifting department.
India is expected to perform better as they still have loads of medal events ahead of them. The Indian contingency has 213 athletes participating in this year's CWG. As day 4 starts, the Indian team will want to put their best foot forward and grab some more medals for team India.
A brief look at team India's Day 4 schedule:
Women's semi-final: 1 pm IST
Men's 81kg category: Ajay Singh - 2 pm IST
Women's 71 category: Harjinder Kaur - 11 pm IST
Judo (round of 16)
Women's 57kg category: Suchika Tariyal - 2:30pm IST
Women's 66kg category: Jasleen Singh Saini - 2:30 pm IST
Men's 60kg category: Vijay Kumar Yadav - 2:30 pm IST