After a year's delay, the Tokyo 2021 Paralympics is finally here. With 12 packed days of sporting action, it can get a bit overwhelming for sports fans to keep track of who's doing what, and when. Here are the key dates (and timings) for all of India's top athletes so that you can plan your schedule around it and stay updated with all of India's results and medals at the Games.
Badminton: Krishna Nagar won gold in the men's singles SL6 category after defeating Hong Kong's Chu Man Kai 21-17, 16-21, 21-17 in the final.
Pramod Bhagat and Palak Kohli lost a closely-contested bronze medal match 21-23, 19-21 to Japan's Daisuke Fujihara and Akiko Sugino in the mixed doubles SL3-SU5 classification.
India's Suhas Lalinakere Yathiraj won silver in the men's singles SL4 category after losing to top seed Lucas Mazur 21-15, 17-21, 15-21 in the final.
Tarun Dhillon lost 17-21, 11-21 to Indonesia's Fredy Setiawan in the bronze medal match in the SL4 category.
Shooting: Sidhartha Babu narrowly missed out on the final of the mixed 50m rifle prone SH1 event after finishing 9th in the qualification round with a total of 617.2. Avani Lekhara (612) and Deepak Saini (602.2) finished 28th and 46th respectively.
Shooting: Manish Narwal and Singhraj Adhana win gold and silver, respectively, in the mixed 50m pistol SH1 event. Akash, meanwhile, finished 27th in qualification to miss out on the final.
Badminton: Four-time world champion Pramod Bhagat scripted history by becoming the first Indian ever to win a badminton gold at the Paralympics after defeating Great Britain's Daniel Bethell, the second seed, 21-14, 21-17 in the final of the men's singles SL3 category.
India's Manoj Sarkar won bronze in the same event after defeating Japan's Daisuke Fujihara 22-20, 21-13 in the bronze medal match.
Earlier, Bhagat entered the final with a 21-11, 21-16 win over Fujihara. Sarkar missed out on a final clash against Bhagat, losing 21-8, 21-10 to Bethell in his semifinal.
In the men's singles SL4 class, Suhas Yathiraj beat Indonesia's Setiawan Fredy 21-9, 21-15 to enter the gold medal match, where he will face Lucas Mazur of France. Mazur won 21-16, 16-21, 21-18 over India's Tarun Dhillon, who will contest the bronze medal match on Sunday.
Krishna Nagar beat Britain's Krysten Coombs 21-10, 21-11 to enter the men's singles SH6 gold medal match.
Pramod Bhagat and Palak Kohli lost 21-3, 21-15 to Indonesia's Susanto Hary and Oktila Leani Ratri in the mixed doubles SL3-SU5 semifinals. The duo will contest the bronze medal match on Sunday.
Athletics: Navdeep Singh finishes fourth men's javelin throw F41 with a best effort of 40.80m.
Athletics: Praveen Kumar wins silver in the men's high jump T64 event with a best jump of 2.07m.
Shooting: Avani Lekhara wins bronze in the women's 50m rifle 3 positions SH1 event to add to her gold medal in the women's 10m air rifle standing SH1 event. In the qualification round, she finished second. Deepak Saini, however, finished 18th in the men's 50m rifle 3 positions SH1 qualification to miss out on the final.
Archery: Harvinder Singh made history by becoming the first ever Indian archer to medal at the Paralympics by beating South Korea's Su Min Kim 6-5 in the bronze medal playoff. Earlier, he beat Italy's Stefano Travisani 6-5 to enter the round of 16, where he beat RPC's Bato Tsydendorzhiev to enter the quarterfinals of the men's individual recurve open event. He then beat Germany's Maik Szarszewski 6-2 in the quarterfinals to enter the semis, where he lost 6-4 to USA's Kevin Mather.
Vivek Chikara beat Sampath Bandara Megahamulea Gadara of Sri Lanka 6-2 to advance to the round of 16, where he lost 7-3 to Great Britain's David Phillips.
Badminton: Tarun Dhillon beat South Korea's Kyung Hwan Shin 21-18, 15-21, 21-17 in his second Group B match to enter the semifinals of the men's singles SL4 event. Dhillon later lost 21-19, 21-9 to Indonesia's Setiawan Fredy in his final Group B match.
Suhas Yathiraj also entered the men's singles SL4 semifinals after beating Susanto Hary of Indonesia 21-6, 21-12 in Group A. Yathiraj later lost 21-15, 21-17 to France's Lucas Mazur in his final Group A match.
Manoj Sarkar beat Ukraine's Oleksandr Chyrkov 21-16, 21-9 in Group A to join compatriot Pramod Bhagat in the men's singles SL3 semifinals. Krishna Nagar beat Brazil's Vitor Goncalves Tavares 21-17, 21-14 to win his second Group B match in the men's singles SH6 event.
Pramod Bhagat and Palak Kohli beat Thailand's Siripong Teamarrom and Nipada Saensupa 21-15, 21-19 to enter the mixed doubles SL3-SU5 semifinals. Palak Kohli and Parul Dalsukhbhai Parmar lost 21-12, 22-20 to Lenaig Morin and Faustine Noel in the women's doubles SL3-SU5 Group B match. Their second group-stage loss means it is the end of the Paralympics for the duo in women's doubles. In women's singles SU5 category, Palak Kohli lost her quarterfinal match 21-11, 21-15 to Japan's Kaede Kameyama.
Canoeing: Prachi Yadav finished eighth in the women's Va'a single 200m VL2 final.
Athletics: Kashish Lakra finished sixth with the best attempt of 12.66, while Ekta Bhyan finished 8th with the best attempt of 8.38 in women's club throw F51.
Soman Rana finished fourth in men's shot put F57, with the best effort of 13.81, narrowly missing out on a medal.
Swimming: Suyash Jadhav and Niranjan Mukundan failed to progress out of the heats after finishing fifth and sixth in their respective heats in the men's 50m butterfly S7 event.
Badminton: Pramod Bhagat won his second Group A match in the men's singles SL3 class, beating Ukraine's Oleksandr Chyrkov 21-12, 21-9 to enter the semifinals. He is now one win away from a medal.
Palak Kohli and Parul Dalsukhbhai Parmar lost 21-7, 21-5 to Cheng Hefang and Ma Huihui in the women's doubles SL3-SU5 Group B match.
Suhas Yathiraj beat Germany's Jan Niklas Pott 21-9, 21-3 in the men's singles SL4 Group A match. Tarun Dhillon beat Thailand's Siripong Teamarrom 21-7, 21-13 in the men's singles SL4 Group B match.
Parul Parmar lost 21-8, 21-2 to China's Cheng Hefang in her first Group stage match in the women's singles SL4 category. She then lost 21-23, 21-19, 15-21 to Germany's Katrin Seibert in her final Group stage match.
Krishna Nagar beat Malaysia's Didin Taresoh 22-20, 21-10 in the men's singles SH6 Group B match.
Palak Kohli beat Turkey's Zehra Baglar 21-12, 21-18 in the women's singles SU5 Group A match.
Canoeing: Prachi Yadav finished fourth in the women's Va'a single 200m VL2, heat 1.
Taekwondo: Aruna Tanwar lost 84-21 to Peru's Leonor Espinoza Carranza in the women's K44 -49kg quarterfinals. Earlier in the day, Tanwar beat Serbia's Danijela Jovanovic 29-9 in the round of 16. Tanwar was later forced to withdraw from her repechage quarterfinal bout against Azerbajan's Royala Fataliyeva due to a suspected fracture in her right foot suffered in the bout against Jovanovic.
Shooting: Rahul Jakhar finishes fifth in the mixed 25m pistol SH1 final. Jakhar had finished second in qualification, while Akash missed out on the final after finishing 20th.
Athletics: Arvind Malik finished seventh in the men's shot put F35 event with a best throw of 13.48m.
Badminton: Top seed Pramod Bhagat began his campaign in the men's singles SL3 category in fine style by beating compatriot Manoj Sarkar 21-10, 21-23, 21-9.
Bhagat and Palak Kohli lost 9-21, 21-15, 19-21 to France's Lucas Mazur and Faustine Noel in their first Group stage match in the mixed doubles SL3-SU5 category.
Kohli also suffered a 4-21, 7-21 loss against top-seeded Ayako Suzuki in her opening group stage match in the women's singles SU5 category.
Athletics: Amit Kumar Saroha finished a creditable fifth with a throw of 27.77m, while Dharambir finished eighth with a best effort of 25.59m in the men's club throw F51 event.
Shooting: Avani Lekhara, Sidhartha Babu and Deepak Saini finished 27th, 40th and 43rd respectively in the mixed 10m air rifle prone SH1 qualification round, missing out on the eight-shooter final.
Swimming: Suyash Narayan Jadhav was disqualified in the men's 100m breaststroke SB7 final.
Archery: Rakesh Kumar loses 143-145 to Ai Xinliang of China in the quarterfinals of the men's individual compound open event. Earlier in the day, he beat Slovakia's Marian Marecak 140-137 in the pre-quarterfinals.
Shooting: Singhraj Adhana wins bronze in the men's 10m air pistol SH1 event, while Manish Narwal finishes seventh in the final. Deepender Singh finished 10th in qualification, missing out on the eight-shooter final.
Rubina Francis finishes seventh in the women's 10m air pistol SH1 final. She had also finished seventh in qualification.
Athletics: Bhagyashri Madhavrao Jadhav finished seventh in the women's shot put F34 event with a best throw of 7.00m. Simran Sharma failed to progress in the women's 100m T13 event after finishing fifth in her heat with a time of 12.69s.
Table Tennis: The Indian team of Bhavinaben Patel and Sonalben Patel lost 2-0 to China in the quarterfinals of the women's team C4-5 event.
Athletics: Mariyappan Thangavelu wins silver after clearing 1.86m and Sharad Kumar bronze after clearing 1.83m in men's high jump T63. Varun Singh Bhati finishes seventh.
Athletics: Devendra Jhajharia became just the second Indian to win three medals at the Paralympics after winning silver in the men's F46 javelin throw event with a personal best effort of 64.35m. Sundar Singh Gurjar won bronze in the same event with a season best throw of 64.01m, while Ajeet Singh finished eighth.
Yogesh Kathuniya won silver in the men's discus throw F56 event with a throw of 44.38m.
Shooting: Avani Lekhara scripted history by becoming the first Indian woman to win gold at the Paralympics after winning the women's 10m air rifle standing SH1 event with a score that equaled the world record. The 19-year old is appearing in her maiden Paralympics.
Swaroop Mahavir Unhalkar narrowly missed out on a medal, finishing fourth in the men's 10m air rifle standing SH1 event with a score of 203.9 in the final. Deepak Saini failed to qualify for the final after finishing 20th in the qualification round.
Athletics: Sumit Antil won gold in the men's javelin throw F64 in a stunning performance which saw him break his own world record thrice. Sandeep Chaudhary finished fourth.
Table Tennis: Bhavinaben Patel won silver after losing in the final to Zhou Ying of China in Women's Singles Class 4 category. She's the first Indian table tennis player to medal at the Paralympics in history.
Archery: Jyoti Baliyan and Rakesh Kumar lost 151-153 to Turkey's Oznur Cure and Bulent Korkmaz in the quarterfinals of the compound mixed team open event. They had entered the quarterfinals after beating Thailand's Praphaporn Homjanthuek and Anon Aungaphinan 147-141 in the round of 16.
Jyoti Baliyan lost 137-141 to Kerrie-Louise Leonard of Ireland in the round of 32 in the Women's individual compound open category.
Athletics: Nishad Kumar, 21, won silver in the Men's T46/47 High Jump with a 2.06m (before failing three attempts at 2.09m) jump on his second attempt to equal his own Asian record. He shared silver with USA's Dallas Wise, who also cleared 2.06m and failed to clear 2.09m. Wise's compatriot Roderick Townsend took gold, beating his own world record with a jump of 2.15m. Townsend cleared all his heights on the first attempt, before failing to clear three attempts at 2.18m.
India's other competitor in the field, Ram Pal Chahar cleared a personal best of 1.94m to finish fifth.
Vinod Kumar, whose bronze medal in men's discus throw F52 had been kept on hold after a protest over his classification, has now lost his bronze.
Table Tennis: Bhavinaben Patel beat Zhang Miao of China 7-11, 11-7, 11-4, 9-11, 11-8 in the Women's Singles Class 4 semifinal to enter the final.
Archery: Men's individual compound open, round of 32 - Shyam Sundar Swami lost 139-142 to Matt Stutzman of USA, Rakesh Kumar beat Hong Kong's Ngai Ka Chuen 144-131.
Athletics: Ranjeet Bhati failed to registered a clean attempt in men's seated javelin throw F57 final.
Table Tennis: Bhavinaben Patel beat Brazil's Joyce de Oliveira 12-10, 13-11, 11-6 in the women's singles class 4 round-of-16 match. She then beat defending champion and four-time Paralympic medallist Borislava Peric Rankovic of Serbia 11-5, 11-6, 11-7 in the quarterfinals to book her place in the semis.
Archery: Jyoti Baliyan shot a season-best 671 in 72 arrows to finish 15th in the women's individual compound open ranking round. In the men's individual compound open ranking round, Rakesh Kumar earned the third seed, while Shyam Sundar finished 21st. In the men's individual recurve open ranking round, Vivek Chikara finished 10th while Harvinder Singh finished 21st.
Powerlifting: Sakina Khatun finished fifth in the women's 50 kg final, with a best lift of 93kg. Jaideep Deswal failed in all three of his attempts in the men's 65kg final.
Athletics: Tek Chand finished 8th in the men's seated shot put F55 final after managing throws of 8.57m and 9.04m and four failed throws.
Table Tennis: Bhavinaben Patel beat Great Britain's Megan Shackleton 11-7, 9-11, 17-15, 13-11 in the women's singles class 4 Group A match to progress to the knockouts.
Table Tennis: Sonalben Patel lost to South Korea's Mi-gyu Lee 12-10, 5-11, 3-11, 9-11 in her second group match in women's singles class 3, failing to make the knockout stage.
Sonalben Patel lost 11-9, 3-11, 17-15, 7-11 4-11 to Li Quan of China (world No. 4 and the Rio Paralympics silver medallist) in her opening group match of women's singles class 3.
Bhavinaben Patel lost 3-11 9-11 2-11 to China's Zhou Ying in her opening Group A match in women's singles class 4.