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Pinki Jangra Biography

Pinki Jangra is an Indian Boxing player, who hails from Hisar, Haryana (India). She completed her study from Hisar. She is an eminent boxer who enthuse to honour India at International Level in Boxing Sport Arena. She made her presence felt by doing outstanding in the 2nd Junior Women National Boxing championship in 2006 by winning Gold Medal and Best Boxer award and all other National Championships there after. She is Gold Medalist and Best Boxer at Arafura Games, Australia and Silver Medalist in Asian Women Boxing Championship, Mongolia. Also, She is National Games/Championship Gold Medalist in Fly weight (51kg) category in 2011/2012 respectively. Pinki Jangra is known as Giant Killer and to her achievements, she has defeated London Olympic Games Bronze Medalist & 5 Times World Champion (Mary C. Kom) in National Boxing Championship 2009 and 5 Times Asian Champion & World Champion (L. Sarita Devi) in National Games and National Boxing Championship 2011.

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Pinki Jangra to make her Pro Boxing debut at IBC fight night
Pinki Jangra to make her Pro Boxing debut at IBC fight night
A new chapter to the combat sport in the country will be added on January 29, 2017, at Imphal, Manipur.
Former national boxing champion Pinki Jangra turns pro
Former national boxing champion Pinki Jangra turns pro
Pinki revealed she is yet to give up her amateur career despite turning professional.
Video: These initiatives to improve grassroots sports in India will make you feel proud
Video: These initiatives to improve grassroots sports in India will make you feel proud
A look at the proliferation of initiatives that have helped the growth of Indian sports
Fighting under Mary Kom's shadow: How Pinki Jangra missed the Rio Olympic bus
Fighting under Mary Kom's shadow: How Pinki Jangra missed the Rio Olympic bus
Despite defeating Mary Kom during the 2014 CWG trials and matching her during the Olympic trials, Pinky was not considered for Rio.
Indian boxer Pinki Rani Jangra selected in '#100Women Achievers of India' by Ministry of Women and Child Development
Indian boxer Pinki Rani Jangra selected in '#100Women Achievers of India' by Ministry of Women and Child Development
''It is a proud moment for me to be part of top #100 women achievers". Many congratulations to others.''
Mary Kom breaks down during an event, alleges regional bias in selection
Mary Kom breaks down during an event, alleges regional bias in selection
The bronze medalist at the 2012 London Olympics Mary Kom has accused the boxing selectors of 'regional bias'.
India clinch President's Cup boxing tournament ahead of 30 other countries
India clinch President's Cup boxing tournament ahead of 30 other countries
Four Indian pugilists struck gold in Indonesia.
Draw for Women's Boxing World Championship 2014
Draw for Women's Boxing World Championship 2014
Draw for Women's Boxing World Championship 2014
World Boxing Championship: Pinki, Sarjubala spearhead Indian challenge
World Boxing Championship: Pinki, Sarjubala spearhead Indian challenge
Pinki, Sarjubala spearhead Indian challenge at the World Boxing Championships in Korea.
Salwan Marathon records participation of 50,000 students
Salwan Marathon records participation of 50,000 students
New Delhi, Nov 2 (IANS) The 20th edition of Salwan Marathon was held on Sunday with over 50,000 students from over 800 schools participating in the e ...
Women's boxing championship: Sarjubala Devi, Pinki Jangra bask in glory
Women's boxing championship: Sarjubala Devi, Pinki Jangra bask in glory
Pinki Jangra and Sarjubala Devi won gold medals at the 2014 senior national women's boxing championship.
National women's boxing: CWG bronze medallist Pinki Jangra storms into quarters
National women's boxing: CWG bronze medallist Pinki Jangra storms into quarters
Pinki Jangra Pinki Jangra – the country’s biggest women’s boxing hope after iconic MC Mary Kom – stormed into the quarterf ...
Looking back at a strong Commonwealth showing by India
Looking back at a strong Commonwealth showing by India
The 20th Commonwealth Games gave India an opportunity to make great strides and break longstanding ruts in an array of competitions this year. Highlights included silver medals in both men’s hockey and women’s doubles badminton topped by the termination of a decades-long dry spell in men’s badminton.
Commonwealth Games 2014 : Indian women athletes fight against all odds and make India proud
Commonwealth Games 2014 : Indian women athletes fight against all odds and make India proud
Commonwealth Games 2014 : Indian women athletes fight against all odds and make India proud
Commonwealth Games 2014: Devendro Singh and Laishram Sarita Devi settle for silver
Commonwealth Games 2014: Devendro Singh and Laishram Sarita Devi settle for silver
Commonwealth Games 2014: Devendro Singh and Laishram Sarita Devi settle for silver
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