Jay Bista scored 104 off 90 balls to put his team in a commanding position, with Mumbai ending Day One at 386 for 3.
Shreyas Gopal’s sterling bowling effort helped Ranji champions Karnataka retain the Irani Trophy.
Karnataka put up an improved batting effort to lead Rest of India by 321 runs on day three of Irani Cup.
Kedhar Jadhav struck a timely 78 to help Rest of India take a slender first innings lead against Karnataka.
Tiwary will lead Rest of India, a team that should ideally represent the best domestic performers.
Gopal picked up three wickets in three balls to bring down curtains to ROI’s dismal batting performance.
The 27-year-old Chidambaram Gautam notched up his ninth first-class century.
Having looked beyond Gautam Gambhir for a year the selectors have told him that all is not lost.
Jiwanjot Singh has secured a berth in the Rest of India squad for the Irani Trophy starting next week in Bengalore.
One of the top scorers in the 2011/2012 season,Bist struggled with three injuries in the 2012/13 season
A broken thumb and injured shoulder kept Bist on the sidelines in the last domestic season.
Rest of India notched up innings and 75 runs victory over Ranji Trophy champion.
After Irani Trophy humiliation and first-game reversal,Mumbai challenge awaits champions Rajasthan
Subroto Banerjee moulded Umesh Yadav from an outright pace bowler to one with skill
Shikhar Dhawan became first batsman in history of Irani Trophy to score century in both innings.