Kom had won a unanimous points decision over Northern Ireland's Kristina O'Hara in their light-flyweight final on Australia's Gold Coast. Kom added another triumph in her glittering boxing career for India on Saturday as she became the 1st Indian women to take home the gold medal in boxing.
Manish Kaushiks lost toAustralian Harry Garside in the men's 60 kg boxing final, he settled for a silver.
A dominant Bajrang Punia overpowered his opponents with remarkable ease to claim gold medal in the men's freestyle 65 kg event at the 21st Commonwealth Games, here today.
Earlier, the Indian women were thrashed 6-0 by England in the bronze-medal play-off. It was a rare meet for the Jamaicans, who didn't pick up any gold in the 100, 200 or 4×100 relays - Yohan Blake's men's team was third in the one-lap relay and Elaine Thompson's women's team was second.
Table Tennis: Paddler Sharath Kamal will play both the men's singles and mixed doubles quarter-finals, as he aims to make it a memorable Gold Coast campaign, after winning men's team gold.
This medal took India's tally to 43, with Mary clinching boxing's first gold for India in this edition.
India is now at the third position in the medal's tally. In badminton, Kidambi Srikanth, Saina Nehwal have made it to the finals.
Jinson Johnson clocked 3 minutes and 37.86 seconds to finish fifth in the 12-man field. The Indian pair lost 8-11, 11-9, 11-9, 7-11, 7-11.
Indian wrestlers will also be in action on Saturday with Rio Olympics bronze medallist Sakshi Malik and Vinesh Phogat taking to the ring.
Still, the Commonwealth Games gold medal remains an elusive prize for the Hanover native.
Down by a goal, India desperately looked for opportunities to score but England's defence was relentless, not wanting to repeat what happened in their previous tie when India scored in the last two minutes of the match.