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The tourists lost three wickets in the morning session and were reeling at 113 for five after lunch, a poor effort on a ideal batting strip and against an opposition rendered one bowler short following Shardul Thakur's injury in the morning. Devendra Bishoo was with him on 2 not out.

The onus was on Kraigg Brathwaite and Kieran Powell to give the tourists a strong start after Holder unsurprisingly elected to bat on a track that looked full of runs.

During the first Test, Kohli stopped to allow the two fans to click pictures before the umpires intervened and asked the security officials to escort them away from the field for the play to be resumed.

India's debuting seamer Shardul Thakur lasted just 10 deliveries before he hobbled off with a groin strain but the hosts bossed the early proceedings, with Kuldeep Yadav (3-74) striking three times.

Like in their defeat in the Rajkot series-opener, the West Indies batsmen were confounded by Kuldeep's left-arm wrist-spin and both Shimron Hetmyer and Sunil Ambris were dismissed by well-disguised googlies.

While the first and the second session belonged to India with Umesh and Kuldeep picking wickets, the final session got some grit from the side of the Windies before Holder fell. Jomel Warrican and captain Jason Holder, who returned after missing out of the first Test, replaced them.

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