In a contest that has so far been dominated by bad weather, a deluge of wickets on this second day saw Virat Kohli's shell-shocked tourists dismissed for just 107. Once the lead crossed 100, Indian fielders' shoulders dropped and they played for the tea break. He reached to the ball quickly which led to the mix-up between the two batsmen and ran Pujara out easily at the batsman's end.
Even so, the ball continued to do something as Sharma and Shami began proceedings for the day.
Joe Root (19) had battled through a hard spell when he first came to the crease and was set to be rewarded with more favourable conditions in the afternoon, only to be undone by Shami with a ball that nipped back and stayed low in the final over of the morning.
But it was new-ball partner Mohammed Shami who struck first when, from around the wicket, he had Keaton Jennings, aiming across the line, lbw for 11. Joe Root (19) and 20-year-old debutant Olliver Pope (28) then added 45 runs for the third wicket. But Kuldeep rarely troubled Bairstow, who cover-drove him for four to complete a 76-ball fifty featuring seven boundaries. But after skipper Virat Kohli had a chat, Pandya tightened up his line to the batsmen and became much more effective. It was an lbw, there was no inside edge in the pad, but England's DRS seems to have gone waste.
However, India batsman Rohit Sharma called on fans to back the team through tough times as these were the same players who helped the side achieve the number one ranking in Tests.
Partial Solar Eclipse 2018
In case of a total lunar eclipse, Earth comes between the Sun and Moon's path, and blocks sunlight from reaching the satellite. Those who reside in areas where the eclipse will be visible, must be warned that they should not look at the Sun directly.
Firefighters battle Holy Fire as it approaches structures
Emergency dispatchers reported the fire was 300 acres as of about 4:50 p.m. and the Pit 1 Powerhouse was being evacuated. The volunteer fire chief also noted that all of the residents in the 14 cabins in Holy Jim Canyon were afraid of Clark.
What you need to know about the Perseid meteor shower
The meteor shower started to break out into the night sky around mid-July and will carry on through to the last week of August. No special equipment is needed, but if you want the best view, it helps to be as far from artificial light as possible.