Rahul Dravid has been recalled to India's one-day squad for the NatWest Series against England, as injuries hit the tourists.
Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh have both been ruled out so Dravid, who has not played limited-overs cricket for India since 2009, is back in the fold.
The 38-year-old was India's captain at the 2007 World Cup and has scored more than 10,000 runs in 339 ODIs. He was last involved in 50-over cricket for his country at the 2009 Champions Trophy in South Africa.
He is in good form at present, however, having scored a century in the first two Tests against England this summer.
Fast bowler Shantha Sreesanth, recalled to India's Test side in Nottingham in place of the injured Zaheer Khan, does not figure in the 16-man squad for the limited overs matches.
Zaheer, hoping to be back from hamstring trouble to face England in the forthcoming third Test at Edgbaston, is included - but there is no place for fit-again fellow left-arm seamer Ashish Nehra.
The first match in the five-game NatWest Series is at Durham on September 3.
India limited-overs squad (v England): MS Dhoni (captain, wkt), S Tendulkar, G Gambhir, V Sehwag, R Dravid, S Raina, V Kohli, R Sharma, P Patel (wkt), A Mishra, R Ashwin, Zaheer Khan, I Sharma, P Kumar, M Patel, V Kumar.