While Sachin (80kg) will face American Robby Gonzalez in the second round, Sanjeet (92kg) is up against Russian Andre Stotskii in his opening bout.
Indian men's boxing team will be in for a challenging time at the AIBA World Championships, starting at Belgrade on Monday.
The sport of boxing is currently going through a tough time after it was found in an investigation that over 10 bouts at the 2016 Rio Olympics were manipulated.
Mary Kom, who is a six-time world champion, is training for the women's World Championships to be held in December in Istanbul.
The triumph in the welterweight bout continued Goyat's three-year unbeaten streak in the circuit.
Both Devendro and Suranjoy are among 14 coaches who have been short-listed for the national camp in Patiala, starting this week. The World Championships begin on October 24 in Belgrade.
More than 600 boxers from over 100 countries are set to compete. The competition will be held in 13 weight categories for the first time in AIBA's history.
The national boxing championships will be held in Hisar from October 21 and the champions will make the cut for the worlds' squad.
Pacquiao, former national police chief Panfilo Lacson and Manila Mayor Isko Moreno have declared they will seek the presidency.
Pacquiao finished his 26-year, 72-fight career with 62 wins, eight losses and two draws. Of those 62 wins, 39 were by knockout and 23 by decision.
According to Bergamasco, he has been waiting for a month now writing several emails but there is no communication from the BFI.
India will be represented by a full-strength 13-strong squad featuring Asian medal-winners like Deepak Kumar (51kg), Shiva Thapa (63.5kg) and Sanjeet (92kg).
Gold medal winners from the national championships will earn themselves a chance to represent the country at the world championships to be held in Serbia from October 24 to November 6.
The Assam boxer showed great footwork and used all his experience to put pressure on his RSPB opponent with precise punches.
Defending champion Hussamuddin, who is representing the Services Sports Control Board, displayed smart and mature boxing and landed plenty of punches to secure a unanimous 5-0 win.
The gold-medallist from this event will make the Indian team for the world championships in Belgrade next month.
India had its biggest ever boxing team competing at the Tokyo Games, of whom only Lovlina Borgohain could finish on the podium with a bronze medal.
Trump will be joined by his son, Donald Jr., in Hollywood, Florida, for the alternate feed for the four-bout card, which will be available on pay-per-view
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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.PTI Photo
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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan
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