The World Archery conditionally lifted the suspension on India, less than a week after the embattled national federation held its elections.
Arjun Munda to be up against BVP Rao for Archery Association of India president's post as faction-ridden association eyes new dawn
The suspended and faction-ridden Archery Association of India (AAI) will hope for a new beginning when it goes to polls on Saturday on the directions of the Delhi High Court.
AAI suspension, factionalism overshadows stellar 2019 show by Indian archers in build-up to Tokyo Olympics
Suspension, internal mudslinging and factionalism overshadowed some stellar performances by Indian archers as the sport went from bad to worse with just a few months left for Tokyo Olympics in an eventful 2019.
World Archery to take decision on AAI's suspension on Monday after completion of World Championships
The AAI, is in all likely, will be suspended by the World Archery but that would not be known before Monday
Arjun Munda, BVP Rao elected president of Archery Association of India in two separate elections held by warring factions
Both the warring factions of Archery Association of India, who claimed to have followed the constitution and abided by the National Sports Code, will submit their respective compliance reports within six weeks to the Delhi High Court.
World Archery body warns Archery Association of India of suspension if it goes ahead with two separate elections
World Archery on Monday warned the Indian federation AAI of immediate suspension if it goes ahead with two separate elections on 9 June.
Archery Association of India contemplating legal action against KLM Royal Dutch Airlines after missing World Cup due to flight delay
The Archery World Cup was one of the two major competitions planned for Indian team before the World Championships in the Netherlands in June, which will be the first qualification event for the Tokyo Olympics 2020
Indian archers forced to skip Colombia World Cup due to flight delay; Deepika Kumari won't defend individual title
The 23-member Indian archery contingent was slated to board Royal Dutch Airlines KLM 872 from Delhi to Amsterdam early Saturday morning but due to "operational issues" the flight was delayed by two hours 53 minutes, that shattered their onward journey plan to Medellin.
World governing body refuses to recognise recent Archery Association of India elections; national federation might face suspension
Archery's world governing body has refused to recognise the recent elections of the national federation, a development that might result in AAI's suspension and renew the administrative wrangling in the sport.