Millar cleared for Delhi 2010.
Millar, 32, was banned from cycling for two years in 2004 after admitting to using EPO.
He has since campaigned against doping in sport and has returned to top-level professional cycling.
Commonwealth Games Scotland had banned him from competing for life in the Commonwealth Games, but have now been persuaded to let him compete in Delhi.
Millar said: "It would be an honour to race for Scotland at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi."
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Dec 23, 2009|
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