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The Olympic history of India is enriched by Gagan Narang's success in finishing third at the Royal Artillery Barracks range. It has spurred celebrations among the Indian diaspora here and the countrymen back home. It was the third time in row that Indian shooters had won medals at the Olympics. Double trap shooter Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore won the silver in 2004, Bindra gave India a historic gold in Beijing, and now Narang has bagged the Bronze in London Olympics.His coaches were Amitabha Chatterjee and Joydeep Karmakarread whole story