India on top after Pujara century
Cheteshwar Pujara scored his first Test hundred to give India the edge in the first Test against New Zealand.
The 24-year-old finished day one unbeaten on 119 as he steered the hosts to 307-5 at the close in Hyderabad.
Gautam Gambhir was the first to go as Trent Boult had him caught behind for 22 before Virender Sehwag ran out of luck on 47 when he edged to Martin Guptill in the slips off the bowling of Doug Bracewell.
Sachin Tendulkar (19) was clean bowled by Boult (2-63) to leave India in a bit of trouble at 125-3 but Virat Kohli steadied the ship in a fourth-wicket stand of 125 with Pujara.
Chris Martin broke the stand when he removed Kohli for 58 before Suresh Raina (3) quickly followed his compatriot to the pavilion when caught down the leg-side off Jeetan Patel.
Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was positive in his 37-ball stay at the crease as he smashed a six and two fours to reach 29 at the close, and he and Pujara will be looking to build a big total on day two.