World-beaters? Us? Could you take the beating part out, it's so violent
One of India's brightest young talents looks back on what he regards as the key formative experience of his career, how he got his act together, and the West Indies tour
In the last four years he has been a model of consistency. The only slight problem is his stats in the first Test of a series
Daryl Harper has rebuked the ICC's failure to take any action against India captain MS Dhoni for criticising his umpiring decisions in the first Test against West Indies
Shivnarine Chanderpaul, the West Indies batsman, has rated his unbeaten 116 against India in Dominica as one of his finest Test innings
The world's No. 1 team did not back themselves against a side struggling to find their feet at the highest level, and ended up looking both cynical and timid in the process
Darren Sammy was appointed West Indies captain until the end of the current season. He looks back at his stint thus far, the criticism that has come with it, and the way forward
The latest entrant to the 400-club aims for another 200, beats himself up for his bad spells, and talks about how he's better when he's calm and composed
Why does Test cricket give players the right to call off a match that can have a potentially thrilling result?
ESPNcricinfo reviews the Test series between West Indies and India
ESPNcricinfo reviews the performances of the India players in the Tests against West Indies
Although India won the series quite comfortably in the end, there will be concerns about the back-up batting strength and the inability to force results
ESPNcricinfo reviews the performances of the West Indies players in the Tests against India
West Indies captain Darren Sammy is pleased with the character and fight shown by his team right through the final Test in Dominica
It's a sign of the times that India not pressing for a Test win and settling for the series victory becomes raging news. Not long ago Indians would have lapped up the series victory with glee. Times they are changing. Of course, not long ago, India weren'
At once arrogant and humble, Kirk Edwards, who made a hundred on debut on the fourth day in Dominica, says West Indies can still make a game out of the Test
Under immense pressure when he walked out in the morning, he won redemption with a battling century
India will have to wait until 2016 to win more than one Test in a series in the Caribbean - a feat they've never achieved and were denied this time due to a resistance led by Shivnarine Chanderpaul.
India's bowling consultant is happy that his charges are one tight unit, working together, and he expects them to do well in England no matter what combination gets picked
The home side showed a big heart in a stirring second session and seemed to be shutting the door on defeat in the evening before Harbhajan Singh intervened
India edged out a day of fluctuating fortunes to take complete control of a rain-marred third Test in Dominica, boosting their chances of a maiden 2-0 series win in the Caribbean
To see the home side battle on a day where many expected them to just roll over and surrender must have warmed the hearts of the fans