India wrap up victory as Windies fold

India won the opening Test against the West Indies by 63 runs after running through the home side's batting line-up on the fourth day at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica.

Starting the morning on 131 for three and needing another 195 runs to win, West Indies lost six wickets in the first session before they were bowled out for 262 after lunch when Suresh Raina dismissed last man Devendra Bishoo.

Test debutant Praveen Kumar, who finished with six wickets in the match, and Amit Mishra each took two scalps yesterday as India, the world's top-ranked team, drew first blood in the three-Test series.

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Rahul Dravid was named man of the match following his crucial 112 in India's second innings.

West Indies skipper Darren Sammy said: "We, as batsmen, have to focus and be more mentally tough, playing the situations and thinking of the team."

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