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Senior Pro Jasprit Bumrah, who was rested for the series against the West Indies has also been included in the 15-man squad for the ODI and Twenty20 series.
Yuvraj, 35, began India's campaign at the Champions Trophy in June with a match-winning 53 off 32 balls against Pakistan but his form trailed off thereafter, with scores of 7, 23* and 22. Virat Kohli had earlier confirmed that he is more than willing to play the ODIs and lead the side while spin duo Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja have been rested for the limited-overs string of the tour.
Axar Patel, Yuzvendra Chahal and Shardul Thakur have also been called upon in the absence of the prime bowlers.
Rahul's inclusion means there will be four regular openers in the squad and it is likely that the Karnataka batsman will be playing in the middle order. He played two of the T20Is, scoring 3 and 30, but last featured in an ODI in October 2016.
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China willing to pay the price for new North Korea sanctions
In the face of Saturday's United Nations sanctions, North Korea remained defiant, saying the UN's move was unwarranted and unfair. Wang also urged the USA and South Korea "to stop increasing tensions" and said that all sides should return to negotiations.
Wall Street falls on North Korea concerns
The local currency was trading at 1,145.05 won against the US dollar , down 3.05 won from the previous session's close. Shanghai posted its biggest one-day drop since December while Seoul stocks again ended deep in negative territory.