India were leading 33-9 at halftime. Pakistan team. who had defeated Canada in the semifinals, struggled to get in to the game, but all their efforts went to the vain as the hosts were too good for them.
Along with the title, Indian men’s pocked Rs. two crore while runners-up pocketed Rs. one crore. While Canada, which finished third got a cheque of Rs. 75 lakh.
In the women's kabaddi final played earlier, Indian eves outplayed Malaysia 72-12 as the visitors failed to tackle the dominant Indian attacks.
In the half time, the hosts were leading with a score line of 42-50. The title made the Indians women richer by Rs. 51 lakh and Malaysian team got a cheque of Rs. 31 lakh. Denmark team that was placed third were handed over a cheque of Rs. 21 lakh. Earlier the bollywood megastar Katrina Kaif and Punjabi singers performed in the cultural extravaganza of the closing ceremony.
8 dope tests takenNational Anti Doping Agency (NADA) agency took eight dope tests of two players each from the four finalist teams including men and women before their finals matches.
Roll of Honour
Men's kabaddi team members got tractors
Best raider-Gagandeep SinghBest stopper-Eakm Hathur
Women kabaddi team members got motorbikes
Best raider-Priyanka DeviBest stopper-Jatinder Kaur