Satish Kumar (+91kg) and Sumit Sangwan (81kg) notched up facile wins to enter the second round of the AIBA's World Olympic Qualification
Chandrakant Mali added another medal from the weightlifting arena after he won a bronze in men's 94kg, while it was a disappointing day in office for the boxers.
It turned out to be a bad outing for Indian pugilists and with the exception of L Sarita Devi, none of the other three boxers in fray could advance.
Indian boxer Sumit Sangwan registered a comfortable 3-0 win over Mohammed Hakimu Fumu of Tanzania to reach the 2014 Commonwealth Games quarterfinals of the men's 81kg category here.
Satish Sivalingam rewrote the Games Snatch record enroute to his gold medal winning performance while Ravi Katulu finished second in the men's 77kg weightlifting.
Boxer Sumit Sangwan began his campaign at the 2014 Commonwealth Games with a comfortable 3-0 win over Mohammed Hakimu Fumu.
Left isolated internationally due to the administrative mess at home, Indian boxers' proven track record of excelling in extreme adversity will be put through a severe test when they start their campaign in the 20th Commonwealth Games here tomorrow.
Sumit will now face eighth seed Siarhei Novikau of Belarus in the pre-quarters.
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The 19-year-old Indian fought valiantly and should have won more points but the judges thought otherwise.
India bagged three London tickets at the qualifiers in Astana, Kazakhstan, to make it an unprecedented seven-strong contingent for the London Olympics.