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Ordinance Okayed For India’s First Sports Varsity In Manipur

On Wednesday, the Union Cabinet has approved an ordinance for setting up India’s first National Sports University in Manipur. In Imphal West district, this proposed university will be developed. It will be in 325 acres and project’s proposed cost is around 524 crore. Yesterday, Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad told the media that the

PM To Inaugurate Mary Kom’s Boxing Academy in Imphal

Five-time world amateur boxing champion, Mary Kom is officially going to start her boxing academy in Imphal. Coming Friday, PM Narendra Modi will be in Imphal for the formal inauguration of ‘Mary Kom Regional Boxing Foundation’. This will be a proud moment for India’s first Olympic medalist woman boxer. In this forthcoming event on March

Amit strikes gold; Mary Kom, Seema settle for silver in Strandja Memorial

In the 69th Strandja Memorial boxing tournament, MC Mary Kom won silver medal while Amit Panghal got his second consecutive international gold. The 23-year-old Haryana-boxer Amit defeated Morocco's Said Mordaji to win gold in this tournament’s man category. Amit Panghal started in a sloppy way but he was able to beat Mordaji on accuracy level.

By |2018-02-25T23:13:34+05:30February 25th, 2018|Categories: Manipur, Sports|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Mary Kom’s Boxing Academy Adding Wings To Aspiring Boxers From Manipur

In her boxing academy, five time World and Asia champion, Mary Kom is giving wings to young boxers. She is giving back her decent contribution to the boxing sport by making dreams of aspiring boxers true.Two years ago, Mary Kom had launched her boxing academy in Imphal, Manipur. This was started as her dream initiative

By |2018-02-06T14:17:26+05:30February 6th, 2018|Categories: Manipur, Sports|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Mary Kom clinches gold; Outstanding performance by North Eastern Boxers in India Open Boxing Tournament

On an exciting final day in the India Open Boxing Tournament, M C Mary Kom got a gold. However, Juggernaut of Indian men was failed by traditional powerhouse of boxing Uzbekistan and Cuba. On Thursday, Pwilao Basumatary (64kg) won the first gold among all women players.  She claimed a 3-2 win over Thailand’s Sudaporn Seesondee.

By |2018-02-03T03:14:45+05:30February 3rd, 2018|Categories: Manipur, Sports|Tags: , , |0 Comments