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Indian boxers win nine medals in Serbia


New Delhi: It turned out to be a field day for India's young pugilists as they punched their way to an unprecedented nine medals, including four gold, in the Golden Glove of Vojvodina -- an internati

Once locked in room for boxing, Mandeep finds key to success

New Delhi: The first time Mandeep Jangra tried his hand in boxing, that too by chance rather than choice, he ended up being thrashed by none other than his own father.But after Mandeep proved his met

Boxer Manjeet settles for silver at China Open

New Delhi: Manjeet Singh had to content with a silver medal at the 3rd China Open boxing tournament after going down to local lad Akepeer Yusuf in the final of the super heavy weight category (+91kg)

Flintoff insists fight debut is no gimmick


Former England cricket hero Andrew Flintoff has found himself on the back foot even before he throws his first punch for money in the boxing ring on Friday night.

Freddie, as he is fondly known in Br

Narmada aims to follow in Mary Kom’s footsteps


Mary Kom may have been slightly disappointed by not getting the gold but her bronze medal at the Olympics has inspired a boxer in Chennai to follow in her footsteps and represent the country in future

Mary Kom gets Rs 75 lakh from Manipur govt


Olympic bronze medal winning boxer M.C. Mary Kom on Sunday received a cheque of Rs 75 lakh for her outstanding performance in the London Games from the Manipur Chief Minister O. Ibobi Singh at a felic

Women's boxing looks to grow after Olympic debut


Women's boxing was a big hit in its first Olympics. It could get even bigger in Rio.

The debut tournament got rave reviews from fans, boxers and Olympic officials who loved the sold-out crowds, evenl

Feisty Devendro Singh goes down fighting against Ireland's Barnes


A brave-heart L. Devendro Singh put up a gallant fight against Ireland's Paddy Barnes before losing the fiercely-fought light flyweight (49 kg) quarter-final bout 18-23 at the London Olympics on Wedne

Inconsistent judging affected morale: Vijender Singh


Heartbroken after missing out on what would have been his second successive Olympic medal, star Indian boxer Vijender Singh on Thursday said inconsistent judging affected the morale of Indian pugilist

Britain's Nicola Adams wins flyweight gold


Britain's Nicola Adams won the first ever women's Olympic flyweight final with a 16-7 win over China's world champion Ren Cancan on Thursday to claim the hosts' first boxing gold.

After losing May's

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