ISLAMABAD - The ninth South Asian Judo Championship concluded here at Liaquat Gymnasium with India's marvellous performance, as it topped the medals' table by winning 10 gold medals and one silver on Thursday. India was followed by Pakistan with two gold medals, four silver and five bronze. Nepal remained third with two gold medals, four silver and five bronze, fourth place was taken by Bangladesh with two silvers and two bronzes as they failed to take any gold medal. Sri Lanka remained fifth with two silver and two bronze medals, Afghanistan finished at no six with 10 bronze medals. KP Minister for Sports Syed Aqil Shah was the chief guest during the concluding ceremony. He awarded medals and trophies to the best performers. Speaking on the occasion, the minister appreciated Pakistan Judo Federation for holding such a successful and well-organised tournament and said: This event is just the beginning of the return of international sports in Pakistan. We have showed the world that Pakistan is completely safe for all kinds of sports by organising this Asian Judo event and there is no security threat whatsoever. I, on behalf of Pakistan, am urging the world sporting bodies to visit Pakistan and see with their own eyes how much the people of Pakistan gave respect to others, he concluded. The results are: In the women's team event of -48, -52, -57, -63 and -70 kg category, Pakistan remained first, Nepal second and Afghanistan finished third. Indian women didn't take part in the event as they lack the required strength. In the men's team event of -66, -73, -81, -90 and plus 90 category, Nepal got first position, with Bangladesh at second and hosts Pakistan finishing at third spot. Pakistan was guaranteed gold medal in this event but because of injuries to their two key players they have to content with bronze. In individual -48 kg category, Naoren Santimala Chanu of India won the gold, Wijerthile of Sri Lanka take the silver Iran of Pakistan and Radha Devi of Nepal managed to take the bronze. In -52 kg category, Ningthoujam Gomit Channui of India takes gold, Sushila Adhikari, Nepal, silver, Humera Ashiq of Pakistan and Hashiba Abdali of Afghanistan take bronze respectively. In men's -60 kg category, Suraj Mahrajan, Nepal, gold, Jaywardene, Sri Lanka, silver, Abdul Fahim Fazli, Afghanistan bronze.