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The Rajkot¿born player had made an unbeaten 206 in the first Test.
But despite Pujara's brave effort, India, resuming on 266 for six, lost their remaining four wickets for the addition of adding 61 runs with Swann sending back Pujara, Harbhajan and Zaheer in the space of 10 balls.
India's last four wickets added 158 runs, which helped them bounce back from the precarious position.
Panesar, who dismissed overnight batsman Ashwin, finished with a five-for, his first against India and 11th overall.