It won the first of the three-match ODI series by eight wickets with nearly 18 overs to spare, at the Reliance Cricket Stadium here on Monday. Jess Jonassen and Amanda-Jade Welliington - led the charge to pick up seven wickets between them to dismantle India for 200.
Shikha Pandey (1-38) managed to provide a breakthrough when she had Healy caught but Meg Lanning (38) continued to press on with another 68 run stand with Bolton.
Earlier won the toss and electing to bat first, India lost wickets at regular intervals before the duo of Pooja Vastrakar (51) and Sushma Verma (41) steadied the ship with sensible batting.
Karti Chidambaram Sent to Jail
The 1995 death of biscuit baron Rajan Pillai was also cited, as Karti Chidambaram said he did not want to be exposed to attacks. Karti was arrested on his return from the United Kingdom in connection with the FIR lodged on 15 May.
After the spinners - with considerable assistance from the home batswomen - bowled India out for a modest total on what was a good batting surface, opener Nicole Bolton scored a splendid, unbeaten 100 (101b, 12x4) to take her side home without any trouble.
All-rounder Ellyse Perry, notching up an unbeaten 25 off 26, teamed up with Bolton to take Australia to 202/2 in 32.1 overs. "Obviously, we run through the same people such as Raj [Mithali Raj] and Kaur [Harmanpreet Kaur] and obviously the last time that we played them, it didn't end so well in that kind of sense, so yeah, I thought we have really done the planning well and should the same situation arise, I think we are ready for it", Schutt told reporters here. The Australians were disciplined with the ball with the spinners taking eight wickets.
Goldman Sachs CEO succession clearer with Schwartz retiring
But Goldman said on Monday that Mr Schwartz will retire on April 20, leaving Mr Solomon as the most likely contender. Schwartz came up through Goldman's trading business, where he played a central role during the 2008 financial crisis.
As dominant as Australia were with the bat, it was their bowlers that snotted the life out the Indian line-up.
It was left to a spirited Pooja Vastrakar, in only her second ODI, to give respectability to the innings.
Kaur pointed out to her bowlers not sticking to the field settings and their tactics simply not working. They added 76 for the eighth wicket, with Vastrakar bringing up her maiden half-century in just her third innings. While facing 50 deliveries, Raut struck six boundaries and a six. "Our spinners got the ball to turn".
North Carolina man arrested in 1986 murder of MA teen, officials say
Hand has been charged as a fugitive from justice, MA police said, and he will appear in court in North Carolina on Monday. The 61-year-old is now in custody in North Carolina and will be brought back to MA to be prosecuted for Tracy's murder.