first_imgNEW DELHI: The Boxing Federation of India (BFI) said on Friday that it is looking to increase the representation of women in the federation by “at least 25 percent”. The BFI made the decision at its Executive Council meeting which was held virtually on Thursday.There are no female representatives holding a top office within the BFI at present and the federation also didn’t specify in its statement as to how it plans to increase participation of women. “Administration, coaching, referees and judges will now be among various other areas where the participation of women will be encouraged more than ever. The recommendation saw unanimous acceptance in the meeting,” the federation said in its statement. IANS Also Watch: Special Trains from September 12: Here are the Detailslast_img

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