In the 51 kg category, Mary and Nikhat confirmed medals in the second edition of the tournament at the Karmabir Nabin Chandra Bordoloi AC Indoor Stadium here.
London Olympic bronze medallist Mary wasted no time in progressing into the last four with a commanding 5-0 win over Nepal's Mala Rai.
Strandja Cup gold medallist Nikhat too was equally impressive with her flurry of punches against compatriot Anamika and registered a comfortable 5-0 victory.
Meanwhile, Manju Rani, Monika, and Kalavani have entered in the 48 kg semi-finals to book five medals on the second day of the tournament, bringing India's total medal tally to 15.
Monika, on the other hand, was equally dominant in her quarter-final bout with Thailand's Apaporn Intongsee to earn a 5-0 win.
In women's, Lovlina Borgohain and Anjali are assured of medals in 69 kg while Bhagyabati Kachari and Saweety Boora are through to the last-four in 75 kg by virtue of a first-round bye.
Earlier in the day, four Indian men pugilists made it to the quarter-finals. Pawan Kumar made short work of reigning Youth Olympic champion Brian Agustin Arregui of Argentina 4-1 for a place in the 69 kg quarter-finals.
Promising Indian boxer Dinesh Dagar, who upset 2012 London Olympic bronze medallist at the GeeBee Boxing tournament recently, continued his fine form to notch up a hard-fought 3-2 victory over Marjon Angcon Pianar of Philippines in the 69 kg.
In 60 kg, Ankit proved too strong for Ryan Boy Empoc Moreno of the Philippines whom he blanked 5-0. In 75 kg, Manjeet Panghal got a walkover into the last-eight while Ashish lost 0-5 to Colin Louis Richarno.
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