Dhoni dropped from T20 series against Windies, Aussies

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News agency PTI quoted chief selector MSK Prasad as saying the decision did not mean that Dhoni's career is over. So I think we will retain Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik.

Meanwhile skipper Virat Kohli has been rested for the three T20 matches against West Indies starting November 4 in Kolkata and will return for the Australia series.

Rohit Sharma has been included as an additional batsman in the Test squad and he makes a comeback after being dropped for indifferent form in South Africa. The allrounder has not recovered from a back injury that he suffered during the Asia Cup in September.

The player once dubbed "Captain Cool" retired from Tests in 2014 and then relinquished the limited-overs captaincy in 2017.

Dhoni, 37, despite being a sharp planner and a safe and agile hand behind the stumps, has been struggling to finish matches with the bat, something that came naturally to him at his peak and made him a modern legend.

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Other significant announcements include the addition of Krunal Pandya and Washington Sundar for the six T20Is.

For today's match, Virat Kohli made 3 changes in the team, with Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah and Khaleel Ahmed coming in. Fast bowlers Deepak Chahar and Siddharth Kaul, who were part of India's previous T20I squad on the tour of England, were left out.

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