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World Archery gives one-month ultimatum to AAI: Clear mess or face suspension

The decision to de-list AAI will not prevent Indian archers from taking part in international events under the national flag in competitions for which entries have already been made.

Indian men's archery team bags Olympic quota, women misfire

The men's team of Tarundeep Rai, Atanu Das and Pravin Jadhav put up a superlative show, posting a 5-3 win over Canada to secure a three-athlete quota for the first time since the 2012 London Olympics.

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Archery Controversy: Acting president Sunil Sharma 'rejects' secretary's election notification

Acting president Sharma had earlier sent a notice for conducting the association election on May 26, which the secretary had then termed "unauthorized" and "contempt of court".

Indian archers return empty-handed from WC Stage II

India returned empty-handed from the Archery World Cup Stage II here after the country's recurve and compound mixed pair teams crashed out in the second round, here Friday.

AAI president BVP Rao resigns after Supreme Court ruling

Archery Association of India (AAI) President BVP Rao Wednesday resigned after the Supreme Court's ruling to set aside the constitution of the national body of the sport as amended by Delhi High Court-appointed administrator S Y Quraishi.

AAI picks 'wrong coaches' for World Cup in Shanghai

In a latest controversy to hit Indian archery, governing body AAI has picked 'wrong coaches' to accompany the team to the World Cup Stage II in Shanghai from May 6-12.

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AAI set to sue Dutch airline, BVP Rao mulling defamation case against Narinder Batra

The 23-member 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

Indian archers forced to skip World Cup after flight delay

The 23-member 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.

Administrative mess in Indian archery leaves competitors in the lurch

The tug of war between AAI and World Archery on one hand, and between AAI and the IOA as well as the government at home seems to have left the competitors a frustrated lot.

Indian archers participation at World events will not be affected: AAI President

AAI President BVP Rao also announced that the top 16 archers from each category will be put in an initial one-month coaching camp, which will begin from February 5.

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This 5-Year-Old Girl Created Two Archery Records In A Day

5-year-old Cherukuri Dolly Shivani from Vijayawada created two archery records on Sunday to enter the India Book of Records and the Asian Book of Records. In the first attempt, Shivani shot 103 arrows at a target 10 metres away in just 11 minutes and 19 seconds with a compounding bow and Indian arrows For the second […]

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