The World Archery conditionally lifted the suspension on India, less than a week after the embattled national federation held its elections.
Following a discussion with the IOA president Narinder Batra, the World Archery decided to send its vice-president, Kazi Rajib Uddin Ahmed Chapol as an observer
Beleaguered archers hope for early resolution after World Archery suspends Archery Association of India, may write to sports minister Kiren Rijiju
The World Archery's decision is effective from Monday and the last event in which the archers can participate under the Indian flag is the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid from 19-25 August.
At Rio Olympics, Das was the lone male archer from India and had reached the pre-quarters. For Tokyo, the archer from Kolkata is working on his skills as well as mental toughness.
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.
Akash showed courage to down Canadian Benjamen Lee in the shoot-off of his round one contest in the recurve cadet men's individual event.
Deepika Kumari, seeded third, defeated 13th seeded Sayana Tsyrempilova of Russia 7-3 in the women's recurve bronze play-off.
Incredibly, for all her success, Deepika's only two international gold medals to date are the famous Commonwealth Games win in 2010 and, two years later, the Antalya stage of the Archery World Cup
India have concluded their Archery World Cup campaign with a solitary bronze medal in the men's compound team event at the Archery World Cup Stage 4 in Colombia