19-Year-Old Nitu Ghanghas Makes India Proud 

Nitu Ghanghas is a 19-year-old Indian boxer who won the gold medal in the women's world boxing finals.

The event was held in Istanbul, Turkey, and took place from March 14 to March 24, 2023.

Neetu Ghanghas won the gold medal in the light flyweight (48kg) category.

 In the final, she defeated Russian boxer Ekaterina Dynnik in a close contest.

This is Neetu Ghanghas' first gold medal at a major international tournament.

Neetu Ghanghas had previously won a bronze medal at the 2022 Asian Games.

Neetu Ghanghas started boxing at the age of 10 and hails from Rohtak, Haryana in India.

Neetu Ghanghas is trained by her father, Rajesh Kumar, who is also a boxing coach.

Neetu Ghanghas' victory is a significant achievement for Indian boxing, as women's boxing has been growing in popularity in India in recent years.

Neetu Ghanghas' win at the world boxing finals is expected to inspire a new generation of female boxers in India.