|Third Test, Dominica (day two, close):|
|West Indies 204 v India 8-0|
Harbhajan Singh became the 11th man to reach 400 Test wickets as India dismissed the West Indies for 204 on a rain-hit day two at the final Test
A planned early start in Dominica after day one's rain was delayed by more bad weather but having resumed at 75-3 the Windies soon lost Shiv Chanderpaul.
Carlton Baugh hit six fours and a six in 60 but fell to Harbhajan, the third Indian bowler to achieve 400 wickets.
India reached 8-0 in the four overs before rain ended play for the day.
Only nine runs had been added in a little more than six overs when Chanderpaul, the highest-capped West Indian Test player, edged a ball that was short of a length from Munaf Patel through to wicketkeeper Mahendra Dhoni.
Baugh swept Harbhajan for six over square-leg early in his innings and added two fours in three balls off Suresh Raina as the Windies reached lunch with five wickets still intact.
An entertaining passage of play followed shortly after lunch with five fours in eight deliveries from Baugh and Darren Bravo.
But having reached his sixth Test half century, left-hander Bravo feathered a catch to Dhoni after attempting to leave one from Ishant Sharma that angled into him.
Skipper Darren Sammy launched Sharma for six over long-off but was soon caught at short-leg off Harbhajan, who reached the 400 landmark in his next over when Baugh was bowled by a turning delivery as he tried to cut, eight short of his highest Test score.
After a short rain delay Sharma collected the final two wickets in consecutive overs, but with the match taking place during the Caribbean's hurricane season India will hope there will be sufficient play for them to complete a victory and a 2-0 series win.