" Table Tennis: India will take on New Zealand in the women's team quarterfinal."
Glasgow, July 26 - Abhinav Bindra and Malaika Goel gave India a gold and a silver from shooting on day 2 of the Commonwealth Games and the country will look forward to earning more glory from the discipline with medals up for grabs on day 3 here Saturday.

Badminton: India to play Mixed Team quarterfinal.

Boxing: Manoj Kumar will be in action in men's 64 kg Round of 32 while Vijender Singh will take part in men's 75 kg Round of 32.

Cycling Track: Kezia Vargheese, Mahitha Mohan and Deborah will take part in women's sprint, Sunita Yanglem will take par in women's 10 km scratch race finals, Alan Baby, Amrit Singh, Amarjit Nagi in men's 1,000m time trial.

Hockey: Indian men's team take on hosts Scotland in Pool A.

Judo: Avtar Singh in men's -90 kg, Sahil Pathania in men's -100 kg, Parikshit Kumar in men's +100 kg, Jina Devi Chongtham in women's -78 kg, Rajwinder Kaur in women's +78 kg.

Lawn Bowls: India vs Northern Ireland in women's fours.

Shooting: Apurvi Chandela and Ayonika Paul in women's 10m air rifle, Anisa Sayyed and Rahi Sarnobat in women's 25m pistol, Mairaj Ahmed Khan and Baba Bedi in men's skeet, Prakash Nanjappa and Om Prakash in men's 10m air pistol.

Table Tennis: India will take on New Zealand in the women's team quarterfinal.

Weightlifting: Meena Kumari in women's 58kg Group A, Omkar Otari in men's 69kg Group A.


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