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Inconsistent judging affected morale: Vijender

Vijender Singh says that inconsistent judging at London Olympics affected the morale of Indian pugilists.

London Olympics 2012: India roundup

India`s MC Mary Kom scripted history by becoming the country`s first woman boxer to win a medal at the Olympics when she finished with a bronze in the 51kg event at the London Olympics 2012 on Wednesday.

London Olympics 2012: India roundup

After a forgettable day at the London Olympics, India hopes for a double delight Wednesday with the semifinal and quarterfinal bouts of Manipuri boxers Mary Kom and Devendro Singh.

Olympics Boxing controversy: India appeals to CAS against AIBA`s decision on Vikas

India filed an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sports after the country`s protest against the controversial ouster of Vikas Krishan from the Olympics was rejected.

London Olympics Boxing: It`s cheating, says livid Manoj after controversial exit

Indian boxer Manoj Kumar (64kg) cried "cheating" as he made a controversial exit from the Olympics.

Mary Kom`s American coach not to be with her at Oly Village

Indian woman boxer M C Mary Kom`s American coach Charles Atkinson will not join her at the Olympic Village here as he does not have an International Boxing Association (AIBA) 3 Star Certification, which is a pre-requisite for accreditation.

London Olympics Boxing: Manoj Kumar storms into pre-quarterfinals

Indian boxer Manoj Kumar stormed into the pre-quarterfinals by defeating Turkmenistan’s Serdar Hudayberdiyev 13-7 in the Men’s Light Welter (64 kg) category.

India`s protest against boxer Sumit Sangwan's loss rejected

India`s protest against the controversial opening-round loss of boxer Sumit Sangwan (81kg) yesterday in the Olympic Games has been rejected by the jury that reviewed his bout against Brazilian Yamaguchi Falcao Florentino here.