PUNE (India) The Australian government has warned its cricket team of terrorists threat during their tour of India, it was learnt on Monday. We advise you to exercise a high degree of caution in India at this time because of the high risk of terrorist activity by militant groups, says the message posted on Australian governments web site. There have been many large terrorist attacks in India in recent years. On September 19 2010, two foreign nationals were injured in a shooting incident at the Jama Mosque in New Delhi. Investigations are underway into the incident, it says. The Allahabad High Court in Uttar Pradesh will shortly pronounce its verdict on the long-running and contentious Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid court case. The timing of the decision is uncertain, but could take place as early as Tuesday, September 28 (today) or possibly at a later date. Communal riots have in the past been sparked by this issue. Australians have been urged to monitor developments surrounding the release of the decision and follow the advice of local authorities, the web site further said. The Australian team is in Chandigarh after our normal pre tour visit to check all arrangements, including safety and security. As always, we only travel once we have checked it is safe to so do, General Manager Public Affairs Peter Young said from Melbourne. The team is relaxed, comfortable and looking forward to the challenge of taking on the number one ranked Test team in the world in their home conditions. We like a challenge, Young further added. The team is likely to have brought more than one security expert on this tour. We have security people on tour but I dont believe we publish any of our sophisticated security arrangements, Young concluded.