India were in the driver's seat as they trailed West Indies by just 25 runs after bowling them out for 182 on Day 1. (BCCI Images)
Pragyan Ojha and Ravichandran Ashwin shared 8 wickets between them as West Indies batsmen simply failed to put together a partnership.
After losing 2 wickets in one over Pujara was joined by Tendulkar and the pair added 80 runs for the 3rd wicket.
India ended the day on 157/2, trailing West Indies by 25 runs. They look well poised to drive home the advantage on Day 2.