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  • Ajay Singh will compete in the men's 81kg final
  • Harjinder Kaur will aim for a podium finish in the Women's 64kg final

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India's quest for medals in weightlifting will continue on Day 4 as two Indian lifters will compete on Monday for a medal finish at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.

Ajay Singh will compete in the men's 81kg final and his match will begin between 2 PM and 4:30 PM IST. On the other hand, Harjinder Kaur will aim for a podium finish in the Women's 64kg final. Her match starts between 11 PM to 1.30 AM IST.

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