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CHITTAGONG - Left-arm spinner Shakib Al Hasan and paceman Shahadat Hossain took four wickets each as Bangladesh left India struggling on 213-8.
And that was before bad light brought an early end to the opening day of the first test yesterday.
Sachin Tendulkar stood firm as wickets fell at the other end to stay unbeaten on 76.
This giving India some hope of recovery.
Tendulkar will resume batting on the second day with Ishant Sharma (one).
Tendulkar reached the mark of 13000 test runs with a mid-wicket boundary off spinner Mahmudullah.
India were comfortably placed at 63-0 at lunch after Bangladesh had opted to bowl first.
Dense fog delayed the start by 90 minutes.
Opener Virender Sehwag was the first batsman to be dismissed in the second over of the post-lunch session. - Reuters