Indians sign off with 3 gold at World Jr Women's boxing
Indians sign off with 3 gold at World Jr Women's boxing

 Indian boxers rounded off a thoroughly commendable performance at the AIBA Women's Junior World Championships, clinching three gold and two silver medals on the final day of the event here on Saturday.

Five Indians in World Jr. Women's boxing semis
Five Indians in World Jr. Women's boxing semis

 Indian boxers continued to pack a punch at the AIBA Women's Junior World Championships with three more assuring themselves of medals by advancing to the semifinals here on Wednesday.

Pinki, Monica lose in World Women's Boxing Championships
Pinki, Monica lose in World Women's Boxing Championships

On a thoroughly disappointing day for Indian boxers at the World Women's Championships, Commonwealth Games bronze-medallist Pinki Rani (51kg) and Monica Saun (75kg) crashed out after losing their respective bouts here Wednesday.

CWG 2014: In times of turmoil, silver as good as gold, says Gurbax Singh Sandhu

A boxing gold eluded India at the Commonwealth Games for the first time since 2002 but national coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu said given the tough circumstances his boys braved in the run up to the event, the three silver medals are no less than gold.

Indian boxing team returns from Glasgow

The Indian boxing team returned today from Glasgow, Scotland, after bagging four silver medals and one bronze medal in various boxing events.

Indian boxers off to good start at Youth World C`ships

The Indian boxers were off to a flier in the World Youth Championships with Shyam Kakara (49kg) pummelling UAE`s Abdulla Almulla in his opening bout in Sofia, Bulgaria.

More than 100 countries to participate in boxing World C`ships

Indian boxers would be the only ones competing under the International Boxing Association`s flag among over 500 pugilists from a record 116 countries, which have confirmed participation for next month`s World Championships in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

AIBA bans Indian boxers post World Championships

The International Boxing Federation (AIBA) has decided to extend the Indian federation`s suspension to its boxers and coaches.

Indian boxers win European title, create history

Indian boxers scaled new frontiers as they powered through to claim the top rank and bag the 2013 Invitational FXTM International Limassol Boxing Cup.

Boxer Vijender`s controversy unfortunate: Abhinav Bindra

India`s only individual Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra here on Sunday said it was unfortunate and sad that Olympic bronze medallist boxer Vijender Singh`s name emerged in a drug bust.

AIBA approves IABF`s amended constitution

After the lifting of suspension on Indian boxers, the barred Indian Amateur Boxing Federation has got another shot in the arm with the world body, AIBA, approving its amended constitution.

AIBA bans Indian boxers from participating in international tournaments

The International Boxing Association (AIBA) has issued a directive that bars Indian boxers from participating in international meets.

I did not speak to anyone for six days after loss: Devendro

Young boxer Laishram Devendro Singh was so dejected after his quarter-final loss to eventual bronze medal winner Paddy Barnes in the London Olympic Games that he refused to speak to anyone for the next six days.

Olympics boxing: Vikas Krishan enters quarterfinals

Another good news for the Indian fans. Vikas Krishan made it to the quarter-finals with a 13-11 victory over his American opponent Errol Spence.

2012 Olympics: Jai Bhagwan storms into second round of 60kg event

Indian boxer Jai Bhagwan produced a dominating performance to storm into the pre-quarterfinals of the lightweight (60kg) category in the Olympics, on Sunday.

London Olympics: Tricky draw for Indian boxers, Vikas gets a bye

India`s star boxer Vijender Singh, a bronze medallist in the Beijing Games, will start his 2012 Olympic campaign against Kazakhstan`s Danabek Suzhanov in the first round of the men`s 75kg

Indian boxers look to make a mark at the grandest stage

The stage looks set for the Indian boxers to create history at the London Olympics. With eight boxers qualifying for the mega event, India is fielding its largest boxing contingent at the Games.

It`s better to be unknown: Vikas

He is one of India`s best bets for an Olympic medal in boxing, but world number six Vikas Krishan does not quite like the spotlight on him as he feels it is better to be "unknown" to lead a normal life.

Indian boxers told to let the guard down at Olympic qualifiers

Drop the guard and punch the living daylights out of rivals -- this would be the Indian boxing team`s mantra for success during the Asian Olympic Qualifiers as national coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu feels the new system of scoring encourages pugilists to be more aggressive.

Three Indian boxers in QF at junior World C`ship

Indian junior pugilists
Lalitha Prasad Polipalli (48kg), Manish Kaushik (52kg) and
Sandeep Kumar (57kg) continued their winning streak.