Sri Lanka beat Zimbabwe by six wickets to win the triangular series final, chasing down the home team's modest 160 for a comfortable win.
Stressing on the importance of job security in sports, Sachin Tendulkar urged big companies and MNCs to start employing sportsman.
Cheteshwar Pujara has seven fifty-plus innings, which include 3 centuries and four fifties, in Tests this year -- the most by an Indian.
Adil Rashid was happy with the day's proceedings as he considered that England have done well to restrict India to 271 for six on Day 2.
Suresh Raina turns 30 and the cricketing fraternity wishes him a happy birthday.
Australia rebounded to a seven-wicket win over South Africa to end a run of five Test defeats in the day-night third Test in Adelaide.
Predictably, Cheteshwar Pujara stood by his teammate Ajinkya Rahane and feels that it will take one good innings to roar back to form.
Cheteshwar Pujara said that there was nothing wrong in their approach during post Lunch session where they played safe rather than going for aggressive shot.
India lose three wickets cheaply, Parthiv Patel scores 42 on return to international cricket and other talking points from day's play.
India looked in charge at 148/2 before a collapse; Ashwin-Jadeja revive to put hosts just 12 behind England 283 at stumps.
India were well on course to take lead in the first innings against England before the middle-order collapsed.
R Ashwin (57*) and Ravindra Jadeja (31*) steady India after post-Tea collapse in Mohali, hosts just 12 behind England's 283.
Murali Vijay stood firm as James Anderson threw the ball at stumps; it hit Vijay on the pads and England appealed for obstructing the field.
Steve Smith feels Matt Renshaw, Peter Handscomb, Nic Maddinson and Matt Wade made the difference in their win over South Africa in the third Test match.
Faf Du Plessis said that there is "definitely a future for the pink ball Test"
Australia win a Test after five consecutive losses as they beat South Africa by seven wickets in the day-night Test.
India released injured Hardik Pandya while KL Rahul is expected to be fit for the fourth Test against England in Mumbai.
Babar Azam made an unbeaten 90 while Tim Southee took six wickets as the hosts took a lead of 55 runs after the first innings.
India, after bowling out England for 283 in the morning session, end Day 2 at 271/6; just 12 runs behind the visitors' total.
The Gujarat-Bengal Ranji match will now be played at Visakhapatnam.