Yes, of course
No, wait for the Asian Games
Before the Indians left for Glasgow, the expectations were pegged at somewhere between Manchester tally and 2006 Melbourne where they touched exactly 50.
IOA secretary general Rajeev Mehta and senior international wrestling referee Virender Malik were held in Glasgow in two separate incidents.
Vipin Kasana and Ravinder Singh Khaira watched the final from the call room, with no reason yet known for their no-show in the final.
The Indian contingent was led by flag bearer Seema Punia, who won a silver in women's discus throw.
Kashyap brought the curtains down on India's run in CWG to thunderous applause, as the country earned a fifth-place finish with 64 medals, including 15 gold.
India were hit hard at this edition of the Games as the pair events, in which the country had won 18 medals lats time, were dropped in Glasgow 2014.
"It is my son's birthday tomorrow, so this medal is for him. It's his birthday present. I dedicate it to him," Vijender said.