Indian boxing ad-hoc committee to meet on April 17

The committee was formed by the Indian Olympic Association after the Indian Amateur Boxing Federation was terminated by the International Boxing Association following its failure to hold fresh elections.

updated: April 14, 2014 19:42 IST
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New Delhi: The ad-hoc committee formed by the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) to run boxing in the wake of the federation's international termination, will meet for the first time on April 17 to discuss team selections and conduct of national championships among other issues.

The six-member committee, headed by Tarlochan Singh, was supposed to hold its first meeting last week but it had to be postponed after one of the members, Kishan Narsi, reported sick. (Click here for latest on Boxing)

"It is the first meeting and a range of issues will come up for discussion, including the holding of National and Zonal Championships for men, women, youth and juniors. Besides the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games are also drawing closer and team selection would be also on the agenda," a source told PTI.

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