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Kohli, Rahane put India in driving seat against Windies

Skipper Virat Kohli and his deputy Ajinkya Rahane”s unbeaten half-centuries put India in the driving seat against West Indies as the visitors were 185/3 at stumps on Day 3 taking a massive 260-run lead.

After losing three wickets in the second session of play, both Kohli and Rahane didn”t let the hosts make any further inroads as the duo were unbeaten on 51 and 53 runs, respectively when the day ended.

After being dropped on 17 by John Campbell off Kemar Roach”s bowling, Rahane made full use of the lifeline and went on to register his 18th Test half-century.

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