India's Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar added another gold medal to the host nation's tally after a victory in the men's 50-metre rifle 3 positions final at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in New Delhi.
Singh scored a total of 462.5 to win the gold ahead of Istvan Peni of Hungary with 461.6.
Denmark's Steffen Olsen claimed the bronze medal, with Finnish shooter Aleksi Leppa finishing fourth.
In the women's 50m rifle 3 positions final, Slovenia's Ziva Dvorsak was a comfortable winner ahead of Switzerland's Nina Christen, finishing with a total of 457.1 to Christen's 455.1.
Poland's Aneta Stankiewicz won the bronze medal and Kazakhstan's Arina Altukhova was fourth.
Finally, in the women's 25m pistol, India mounted a clean sweep of the podium, with Chinki Yadav of India claiming gold in a shoot-off.
Yadav and compatriot Rahi Sarnobat both hit 32 targets, leading to a shoot-off, which the former won by four shots to three.
Manu Bhaker completed the all-Indian podium with a total of 28, far ahead of the next-nearest challenger, Latvia's Agate Rasmane on 20.