Dhaka: Bangladesh lost three wickets in Saturday’s second session to slump to 195-7 on day three of the second Test against India in Mirpur.
Litton Das led the home team’s resistance with a 58, with Taskin Ahmed on 15 at the other end.
Bangladesh, which conceded a first-innings lead of 87 in the low-scoring contest, are 108 runs ahead with three wickets in hand.
India’s left-arm spinner Axar Patel claimed two wickets after lunch for figures of 3-58.
Das was dropped in the slip twice by Virat Kohli off the bowling of Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin.
India are 1-0 ahead in the two-Test series following their 188-run victory in Chittagong on Sunday.