Vijay picks up four more runs to third man. Poked at one but got rewarded for it.
Anderson comes back with a beauty that sneaks between bat and pad but goes past the stumps. That was the first one that nipped back this morning.
Follows it up with outswinger that Vijay leaves well alone.
Rinse and repeat. Vijay picks up four more through the gully region. He has raced to 20 from 17 balls.
Dhawan picks up a couple off Broad with a solid push through the covers. India looking good in the very early going.
Broad beats Dhawan with one that clearly seamed away. Broad pitched that slightly shorter than normal and caught Dhawan in two minds.
Anderson has switched to bowling around-the-wicket.
OUT! The tactic works. Dhawan pokes at one outside off because of the angle and Mark Prior dives in front of first slip to take a good catch.
Dhawan c †Prior b Anderson 12 (24b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00
India is 33 for 1 after 7 overs. Run-machine Cheteshwar Pujara replaces him.
It is also become a touch darker at Trent Bridge. The shining sun has somewhat disappeared.
Dhawan was always on the wrong end of Anderson's statistical history at Trent Bridge.
Meanwhile Broad concedes just a leg bye to Vijay in his over. Pujara plays four balls without scoring.
Back to four slips and a gully for Anderson to Vijay.
Both captains showing some attacking intent early. India with team selection and England with their field placings.
Vijay meets the ball with the middle of his bat and guides it past gully for another boundary. He has Anderson rubbing his forehead now.
On commentary, Ganguly says it is still too early to push a man back to plug the gap. I'd agree with him. Cook will want to keep attacking while the ball is new. If he leaks a few runs in the process, that is the risk he has to take.
Broad gets one to jag back sharply at Pujara. Strikes him high on the front pad. Pujara wasn't fully committed to coming forward to that one.
Pujara has faced eight deliveries now. Still not off the mark.
He is off the mark now. Flicks a full delivery through midwicket and it runs away to the boundary.
After 10 overs, India is 42 for 1.
A bit short from Anderson but Vijay cracks him off the back foot past point. Top shot played on the up.
Anderson has been expensive. His 6 overs have gone for 36. Be interesting to see how long Cook keeps him on.
Broad goes off. Ben Stokes comes on.
Anderson continues. Pujara flashes at one that bounced more than he expected but the the ball flies between slip and gully and gets him four runs.
Pujara is promptly back in defence to the net delivery.
Time for some Liam Plunkett.
Pujara happy to leave anything he doesn't need to play. After 15 overs, India is 53 for 1.
And it is time for drinks.
In case you are interested: Broad's 5 overs went for 9 runs. Anderson's 7 overs went for 40 runs.
Anderson did get the wicket though.
Vijay looking very good. Leans into a full delivery from Stokes and eases it down the ground to the long-on boundary.
Vijay has 34 of India's 57 runs so far.
Vijay picks up his 9th boundary by punching a full toss from Plunkett down the ground.
Vijay looking quite composed to this point. He has 40 from 48 balls so far.
Stokes now has a short mid-on in place right next to the non-striker. Cook trying to make India's batsmen think.
Plunkett has a short leg in place. England need to try something different. He has gone around the wicket too.
Farokh Engineer and Mike Gatting are in attendance and having a chat in the crowd.
Nothing much happening at the moment.
Pujara unveils the square cut to a short and wide delivery from Stokes.
A yorker length delivery from Stokes almost sneaks under Vijay's bat an on to the stumps but the batsman is alert enough to divert the ball away.
After 20 overs, India is 71 for 1. About the best start they could have hoped for.
Pujara strides forward and greets the ball with the full face of the bat to send it screaming through the covers. Boundaries have been easy to come by in this first session for India.
There is a decent crowd in this morning. Not full but there are enough fans to create an atmosphere, something we no longer see at India grounds for Test matches (unless Sachin Tendulkar is retiring).