Ranjit Chavan and Rupa Mahadev Hangandi brought glory for Maharashtra in the men's 73 kg junior category and the women's 59kg junior category, respectively, while L Sadanand Singh in the men's 73kg youth and S Bindyarani Devi from womens' 55kg juniors did it for Manipur.
In the women's 55kg youth category, Shristhi from Uttar Pradesh won quite comfortably with a total lift of 157 kg -- 70 kg in snatch and 87 kg in clean & jerk.
Manipur's S. Bindyarani Devi won the women's 55 kg Juniors gold with a total lift of 179 kg.
In the men's 73kg youth category, Manipur's L. Sadanand Singh claimed gold by lifting a total of 249 kg, 109 kg in snatch and 140 in clean & jerk.
In the end, Ranjit defeated Ajith by a whisker by lifting 151 kg against the latter's 150 kg in clean & jerk.
Ranjit totalled 276 kg while Ajith had 275 kg to his name for the silver.
The womens 59kg youth category saw Assams Ditimoni Sonowal claim the top spot with a total of 151 kg.
Rupa Mahadev from Maharashtra, a silver medallist at the Asian Junior Championship, was the big draw in the womens 59kg juniors, but faced a stiff challenge from Mohini Chavan of Haryana.
It was Rupa who emerged the better of the two with a total lift of 186 kg for gold while Mohini with a total of 181 kg had to settle for silver.
Sukarna Adak from West Bengal won the bronze lifting a total of 177 kg.
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