1995 South Asian Games

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VII South Asian Games
Host city India Madras, India
Nations participating 7
Events 14 Sports
Opening ceremony 18 December
Closing ceremony 27 December
Officially opened by Shankar Dayal Sharma,
President of India
Main venue Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
1993 1999  >

The 1995 South Asian Games (or 7th SAF Games) were held in Madras, India between 18 and 27 December 1995.[1]

Medal tally

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  India 106 60 19 185
2  Sri Lanka 16 25 53 94
3  Pakistan 10 33 36 79
4  Bangladesh 7 17 34 58
5    Nepal 4 8 16 28
6  Bhutan 0 0 2 2
7  Maldives 0 0 1 1

Sports

References

  1. ^ National Sports Council, Nepal "South Asian Games". Retrieved on 16 February 2011
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