New Delhi, Aug. 18 -- Ravi Shastri was given a fresh two-year term as India coach on Friday, extending his role at the helm of the national team to six years. The former India all-rounder was team director from 2014 to 2015, designated as head coach in 2015, replaced by Anil Kumble from 2016 to 2017, and then brought back again. The high point under Shastri has India's first-ever Test series win in Australia last year. Here's a look at India under various coaches.

1 Who was India's first coach?

India actually did not have a coach till the late 1990s-the cricket board appointed "managers" instead. The first Indian coach then is Kapil Dev, who was given the post in 1999 and stayed on the job only for 10 months. He resigned amidst match-fixi...