Rain stops play as New Zealand reach 170 for one in 33 overs
Rain halted proceedings as hosts New Zealand reached 170 for one in 33 overs against India in the second ODI
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and elected to field as New Zealand opener Jesse Ryder hit a flurry of boundaries off Mohammed Shami reaching 20 off 10 balls before being dismissed off the 11 delivery.
Ryder trying to cut a back of the length delivery that kicked up edged it to Dhoni behind stumps.
Rose Taylor (26 batting) and Kane Williamson (76 batting) were at the crease when play was stopped.