Nikhat Zareen secured India its first medal at the IBA Women's World Boxing Championships in Istanbul by advancing to the semifinals with a superb win.
Arundhati, who is also the reigning youth world champion, wants trials to be held in the 70kg category for which Borgohain was granted direct selection on the basis of her Olympics performance.
Akash Kumar, 21, lost to Kazakh teenager Makhmud Sabyrkhan 0-5 in the semifinals of the AIBA Men's World Boxing Championships; his bronze makes him only the seventh Indian to secure a medal.
The 21-year-old Akash Kumar, who is a reigning national champion, prevailed 5-0 in a fabulous performance against former Olympic silver-medallist Yoel Finol Rivas of Venezuela to reach semi finals.
The 27-year-old from Assam defeated France's Lounes Hamraoui 4-1 in a late night pre-quarterfinal bout on Monday to move ahead.
Berwal thoroughly dominated his imposing rival, who just could not connect for the most part of the bout and struggled with his movement as well.
Dev's win was a perfect start to the day for the country after Sumit (75kg) and Narender Berwal (+92kg) advanced to the second round of their respective categories with fine victories late last night.