The same ground where she was to be part of the India team in 2017 turned out to be the lucky venue once again.
Priya came back strongly in the second half of the race to win the gold in 23.90s seconds while Dutee settled for silver at 24.02s.
When the long jumpers lined up to take the field at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium on Saturday, there was a surprise.
Likewise Dutee, after winning two gold medals in the first edition, also has her focus on the quadrennial events scheduled in 2022.
Meanwhile, a mouthwatering showdown is expected in the men's long jump with national record holder Murali Sreeshankar set to be tested by Jeswin Aldrin.
While the likes of Tajinderpal (shot put) and Kamalpreet (discus throw) are expected to dominate their events, Dutee will be the big attraction in the 100m women's run
Alongside Poovamma Raju, it will be one of the most closely fought events in the meet which will be held on Wednesday in Thiruvananthapuram.
Son of a farmer, a strapping Neeraj, who turned 24 on Friday, immortalised his name in Indian sports history with his gold-winning throw of 87.58m on August 7, the penultimate day of the showpiece.
They are Sudhanshu Sekhar Rout, editor-in-chief of ‘Focus Plus Odisha’ and Smruti Ranjan Behera.
Dutee also named a correspondent of the same web channel and a social activist in her complaint and accused them of maligning her reputation.
Dutee Chand has also filed a Rs 5 crore defamation lawsuit against the senior journalist and a social activist for maligning her reputation.
Running in heat 4, Dutee finished with a season-best timing of 23.85 but it was no good as she finished 7th and as a result, she failed to qualify for the semi-final.
Dutee had clocked a timing of 11.32 seconds in her 100m event.
She crossed the finishing line in 23.20 seconds, behind Bahrain's Edidiong Odiong who clinched the gold in 22.96.
Hima, the silver medallist in the women's 400m, lined up for the semifinal heat number two but had to make a premature exit due to a false start.