August 5, 2016   Manu B

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This heading may often create confusion among the readers.It is true but the opponent is not any member of the parliament but the ill treat for the countries sports persons. She was  currently nominated to the Rajya Sabha  by the government and approved by the honorable president of the India as the nominated member of […]

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Vijender Singh Wins the WBO

Vijender Singh Wins the WBO Asia Pacific super middleweight belt – Beats Kerry Hope

 July 16, 2016   Vishal Pandey

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Vijender Singh maintained his  unbeaten record at Pro Boxing Beating Kerry Hopes of Australia (98-92, 98-92, 100-90) To take his record to 7-0 and Win the WBO Asia Pacific super middleweight belt. The biggest pro boxing event in India lived up to its top billing as great boxing action was served to the millions of viewers who […]

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Pugilists Devendro and Sumit Miss Olympic Berths under Contrasting Circumstances

 June 26, 2016   R K Gupta

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Devendro Singh Laishram fought gallantly against Spain’s Carmona Heredia Samuel in the semifinal of 49 kg category but couldn’t progress to the final. Since this category had only two quota places, Devendro’s loss meant he would miss the Rio Games and had to remain content with the Bronze Medal in AIBA’s World Qualifying Tournament in […]

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India’s Olympic Contingent Swells as Boxers Manoj Kumar & Vikas Krishnan Make the Cut

 June 24, 2016   R K Gupta

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In heartening news for India, Manoj Kumar Kaltagdia and Vikas Krishnan became the second and third boxers to qualify for Rio Olympic Games after reaching the semifinals of International Boxing Association’s World Qualifying Tournament in Azerbaijani capital Baku on Thursday. Manoj made the grade in the 64 kg category and Vikas joined him later, when […]

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Vijender confident ahead of sixth pro fight

 May 14, 2016   Abhishek Das

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Indian boxing sensation Vijender Singh on Thursday hit the weight at the weigh-in ahead of Friday’s show-down with Andrzej Soldra of Poland at the Macron Stadium here. The red-hot super middleweight ace who took bronze at the 2008 Olympic games, has made an explosive start to his professional career by blowing away his past five […]

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Can snake venom finally put a stop to Vijender Singh dominance?

 March 12, 2016   Abhishek Das

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Hungarian Boxer Alexander Horvath has made an unusual dietary choice as he prepares to take on undefeated Indian Pugilist Vijender Singh at the Liverpool Echo Arena on March 12 – he is drinking snake blood. The 20 year old is preparing for his clash with Vijender in his homeland and has added fresh snake blood […]

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Mary Kom Wins Gold

On Day 12 Mary Kom Wins Gold, Tintu Lukka Silver and Annu Rani Takes Javelin Bronze

 October 2, 2014   R K Gupta

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In a historic achievement, MC Mary Kom carved her name as the first ever Indian woman boxer to win an Asian Games’ gold medal on a day, when three more medals were added India’s tally. Tintu Luka ran a marvelous 800m race in the personal best time of 1:59.19 to win a silver medal. In […]

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The Sorry Plight of Indian Boxers in the Upcoming Asian Games at South Korea

 September 16, 2014   R K Gupta

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At the Incheon Asian Games, beginning in two days’ time on September 19, India’s frustrated men and women boxers would try to derive a semblance of sanity after they became pariahs in the eyes of the world boxing community for no fault of their own. It was barely four years ago in the last Games […]

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Mary Kom: The Indian Boxing Star

 March 15, 2014   Kirti Daga

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An epitome of strength, beauty and confidence, Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom, popularly known as Mary Kom is an Indian boxer holding a five time world boxing championship. Born in Manipur, India, Mary Kom was interested in athletics since she was a child but what came as an inspiration to her was the success of boxer […]

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