Mehuli Ghosh won both the senior and junior women's 10m air rifle crowns at the National Shooting Trials (T6) at Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range, New Delhi.
Sports Ministry's recent intervention has given the Indian shooters a glimmer of hope.
Shooting was not included in the 2022 Commonwealth Games (CWG) due to lack of suitable place to hold the competitions.
The results ensured an unprecedented top finish for India across all four ISSF World Cup stages this year, including the lone Junior World Cup.
This win has ensured an unprecedented top finish for India across all four ISSF World Cup stages this year including the lone ISSF Junior World Cup.
Yashaswini Singh Deswal beat Olena Kostevych of Ukraine for a gold in the ISSF World Cup, securing India's ninth Olympic quota.
Abhishek Verma shot 244.2 in the eight-man final, while Saurabh Chaudhary's 221.9 was good enough to get him the bronze.
Sanjeev Rajput could have won the gold but for a poor last shot which saw him miss his second World Cup gold, after the one he had won in 2011.
India has now won three out of the four World Cup gold medals in the women's 10m Air this year.
Gagan Narang said mentoring aspiring shooters doesn't come in the way of his personal goals, rather the whole process helps him.
Shooting has been axed from the 2022 edition by Birmingham Organising Committee, citing logistical issues. The move triggered angry reactions from the IOA and the NRAI.
Aishwarya Pratap Singh Tomar shot down the men's rifle 3 positions junior world record on his way to winning gold.
NRAI Secretary Rajiv Bhatia said that there is nothing that it can do now that the organising committee has taken a final call on the matter.
After six days of top class shooting and with one more day to go, India remain on top of the medal standings with nine gold, nine silver and four bronze for a total of 22 medals.
Last year, Anish Bhanwala rose to fame after he broke the Commonwealth Games record in 25m rapid fire pistol event and became India's youngest ever gold medallist at CWG.
Elavenil Valarivan defended her gold medal in the Junior World Cup as she beat compatriot Mehuli Ghosh (630.4) by 1.4 points in the women's air rifle final on Monday.
Indian shooters bagged 16 medals from the Gold Coast Games including seven gold, four silver and 5 bronze.