India have been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during the second Test against the West Indies in Barbados, a game that was eventually drawn.
After they were ruled to be some three overs short of its target when the game ended, match referee Chris Broad imposed a 30 percent fine on the players and a 60 percent fine on captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Players are fined ten percent of their match fee for each over they fall short while captain's fines are automatically doubled.
India go into the third and final Test in Dominica 1-0 up after a 63-run win in the opening match in Jamaica.
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