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).

Jr World Boxing Championship: AIBA says minor boxer not best
Jr World Boxing Championship: AIBA says minor boxer not best

The International Boxing Association (AIBA) on Monday informed Delhi High Court that 16- year-old boxer Harshpreet Sehrawat cannot be considered for participating in the junior world boxing championship as he cannot be said to be the 'best' in his category.

Saweety Boora settles for silver in Asian Women's Boxing

India's Saweety Boora settled for a silver medal as she lost her light heavyweight (81 kg) category final bout against home China's Yang Xiaoli in the Asian Women's Boxing Championships in Wulanchabu, China today.

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".

New body for professional boxing launched
New body for professional boxing launched

Aiming to tap the unexplored potential of professional boxing in India, the Indian Boxing Council (IBC) was launched on Wednesday with the promise of lucrative financial deals for the pugilists wanting to take the plunge after exhausting their amateur options.

Sarjubala, Pinki lead Indian challenge at Asian Boxig C'ships
Sarjubala, Pinki lead Indian challenge at Asian Boxig C'ships

 World Championships silver-medallist S Sarjubala Devi (48kg) and Commonwealth Games bronze-winner Pinki Rani will spearhead a 10-strong Indian challenge at the Asian Women's Boxing Championships in Wulanchabu (China) from August 5 to 14.

Boxing wants more women`s fight at Olympics
Boxing wants more women`s fight at Olympics

The International Boxing Association (AIBA) wants to see more women fighting at the Olympic Games, its president Wu Ching-Kuo said.

Has Vijender Singh set a wrong precedent for young Indian boxers?
Has Vijender Singh set a wrong precedent for young Indian boxers?

While other countries' preparations for the next year's Rio Olympics are in full swing, India's preparations suffered a major setback as renowned boxer Vijender Singh turned pro on Monday, bringing down curtains to his national career.

It was the right time to turn pro: Vijender Singh
It was the right time to turn pro: Vijender Singh

All set for the tougher but more lucrative professional circuit, star Indian boxer Vijender Singh today said he has no regrets about quitting amateur boxing just one year before the Olympics as it was the "right time" to do so.

Vijender Singh turns professional boxer, to miss 2016 Rio Olympics

Ending all the speculations, India's 2008 Olympic bronze medallist boxer Vijender Singh took a big step going forward on Monday as he turned professional.

Should Vijender Singh have waited till 2016 Rio Olympics to turn pro?
Should Vijender Singh have waited till 2016 Rio Olympics to turn pro?

The first Indian boxer to win an Olympic medal, Vijender Singh, turned professional on Monday as he signed a multi-year promotional agreement with Queensberry Promotions. 

I am shocked, National coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu on Vijender Singh's pro plunge
I am shocked, National coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu on Vijender Singh's pro plunge

Taken aback by star boxer Vijender Singh's decision to turn professional, national coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu on Monday said the Olympic bronze-medallist's services would be sorely missed at the amateur level.

Vijender Singh brings down curtains on India career, turns professional
Vijender Singh brings down curtains on India career, turns professional

Ending all the speculations, India's 2008 Olympic bronze medallist boxer Vijender Singh took a big step going forward on Monday as he turned professional.

AIBA keeps dealings with Boxing India on hold, asks to wait for review
AIBA keeps dealings with Boxing India on hold, asks to wait for review

 World boxing body, the AIBA on Tuesday kept on hold any dealings with Boxing India till the time the recently-formed Ad Hoc Committee makes an evaluation of the BI and submits a report.

BI claims ignorance about AIBA's ad-hoc committee
BI claims ignorance about AIBA's ad-hoc committee

State units affiliated to Boxing India on Wednesday claimed ignorance about the International Boxing Association's decision to constitute an ad-hoc committee for administrating the sport in India, even as it planned to write to AIBA about proposing a date for conducting its elections.

AIBA forms ad-hoc committee for managing boxing in India
AIBA forms ad-hoc committee for managing boxing in India

 The International Boxing Association (AIBA) on Tuesday constituted a five-member Ad-hoc Committee for finding a group which would organize and administrate the sport in India.

Jay Kowli nominated by AIBA for IOC athletes' forum
Jay Kowli nominated by AIBA for IOC athletes' forum

Maharashtra boxing official Jay Kowli has been nominated by world boxing body AIBA to attend the 7th IOC International Athletes' and Youth Forum in Lausanne in October.

Boxing India calls Executive Council meeting on June 17
Boxing India calls Executive Council meeting on June 17

Embroiled in an administrative tug of war, Boxing India (BI) will hold an Executive Council meeting on June 17, in which conducting elections for the posts of President and Secretary General would be on the agenda.