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Boxing reforms: AIBA appoints its VP as observer for BFI elections

Boxing reforms: AIBA appoints its VP as observer for BFI elections

Indian boxing is aiming an administrative revival with the elections, which would put together BFI, a second governing body to take shape in the last four years.

Vijender Singh out of Olympic contention, wishes best for Vikas Krishan

Vijender Singh out of Olympic contention, wishes best for Vikas Krishan

Vikas entered the semifinals of the AIBA World Qualifying Tournament in Baku to book a Rio berth. 

Olympics 2016: Vijender Singh eager to represent India in Rio Games

Olympics 2016: Vijender Singh eager to represent India in Rio Games

At present, Shiva Thapa is the lone Indian boxer to have qualified for the Rio Games.

Vijender Singh in no mood for Olympics, but Amir Khan keen to represent Pakistan in 2016 Rio Games

Vijender Singh in no mood for Olympics, but Amir Khan keen to represent Pakistan in 2016 Rio Games

Professional boxers who are willing to compete in Rio will have to first qualify in a tournament to be held in Venezuela in early July.

Pro boxers allowed in Olympics but Vijender Singh won't be there in Rio Games – Find out why!

Pro boxers allowed in Olympics but Vijender Singh won't be there in Rio Games – Find out why!

In a landmark decision, AIBA threw the Olympic doors open for professional boxers.

With May 14 deadline for new body, Boxing Federation of India begins to take shape

With May 14 deadline for new body, Boxing Federation of India begins to take shape

Indian boxing has been in administrative turmoil since 2012 when the erstwhile Indian Amateur Boxing Federation was terminated for manipulation in elections.

Pro star Vijender Singh in 2016 Olympics? Looks unlikely

Pro star Vijender Singh in 2016 Olympics? Looks unlikely

The 30-year-old middleweight's schedule is sorted till June 11.

Mary Kom loses in semis of Olympic Test event

Mary Kom loses in semis of Olympic Test event

In other fights, Parveen Kumar (91kg) was beaten by local favourite Gidelson De Oliveira.

Mary Kom enters semifinals of 2016 Olympics Test event in Rio

Mary Kom enters semifinals of 2016 Olympics Test event in Rio

The five-time world champion had been laid low by a shoulder injury which forced her to skip last year's World Championships.

AIBA gives go ahead for elections to sort Indian boxing mess

AIBA gives go ahead for elections to sort Indian boxing mess

Indian boxing has been without a parent body since May when Boxing India was provisionally suspended.

Mary Kom picked for AIBA's Olympic Test event

Mary Kom picked for AIBA's Olympic Test event

Six Indian Boxers have been selected to participate in the Test Event to be held at Rio De Janeiro.

AIBA may allow pro boxers in Olympics soon: Amir Khan

AIBA may allow pro boxers in Olympics soon: Amir Khan

British pro star Amir Khan has revealed he would grab the chance as and when it comes along.

Now a coordination committee for boxing, All India meet in Goa

Now a coordination committee for boxing, All India meet in Goa

SAI formed a coordination committee to to pick probables for next year's Asian Olympic Qualifiers.

Bury differences, AIBA committee to Indian boxing family

Bury differences, AIBA committee to Indian boxing family

The AIBA-appointed ad-hoc committee to run boxing in India has urged all stakeholders to bury their differences and show a "disciplined approach" to end the long-dragging administrative crisis in the sport.

AIBA suspends BI after national body sets AGM date

AIBA suspends BI after national body sets AGM date

According to a Mail Today report, the International Boxing Association (AIBA) on Monday provisionally suspended Boxing India, communicating its decision via mail to Kishen Narsi, chairman of the world body-appointed ad hoc committee in India.

Indian boxers among best in Asia: AIBA president Ching-Kuo Wu

Indian boxers among best in Asia: AIBA president Ching-Kuo Wu

Indian boxing may be afflicted by poor administration, but the International Boxing Association (AIBA) insists that the country is still among the best in the continent.

India among strong boxing nations: AIBA President

India among strong boxing nations: AIBA President

 India's boxing administration might be in shambles but International Boxing Association (AIBA) President Dr Ching Kuo Wu says the country still counts among the best in Asia and efforts would be made to bring it back into the semi-professional World Series of Boxing (WSB).

Indian boxers leave for 'toughest ever' Asian Championships

Indian boxers leave for 'toughest ever' Asian Championships

Severely short of international exposure owing to the administrative mess, Indian boxers face the uphill task of ensuring not just medals but also World Championship berths when they take off tonight for what would be the "toughest" Asian Championships ever starting August 26 in Bangkok.

Sarbananda Sonowal may call meeting to end boxing impasse

Sarbananda Sonowal may call meeting to end boxing impasse

The long-dragging administrative logjam in Indian boxing will soon have intervention from Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, who might call a meeting of all the "stakeholders" to end the impasse, a delegation of state units who met him here has claimed.

Terminated IABF eyes revival, seeks meeting with Sarbananda Sonowal

Terminated IABF eyes revival, seeks meeting with Sarbananda Sonowal

Rendered a pariah ever since it was terminated by the International Boxing Association (AIBA), the Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF) has sought a meeting with Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to "end the administrative logjam that currently plagues the sport".