Rahul Dravid, on Monday, reached a commendable milestone, becoming the highest run-scorer in the current year, surpassing England's Ian Bell.
He now has 952 runs in 10 Tests in the current year, surpassing Bell's 950 runs from eight matches.
The senior batsman was out for 119, bowled by part-time spinner Kraigg Brathwaite, after being involved in a 140-run fourth wicket partnership.
'The Wall' has scored five centuries in the current year, two against the West Indies and three against England, apart from two half centuries at an average of 59.50.
It has taken him 19 innings to score the runs, while Bell has scored his runs at a staggering average of 118.75 in only 11 innings.
Apart from Dravid, VVS Laxman also reached a mini milestone on the day when he completed 1500 Test runs against the West Indies.
Centuries by Rahul Dravid in 2011
112 vs WI at Kingston
103 vs England at the Lord's
117 vs England at Nottingham
146 no vs England at the Oval
119 vs West Indies at Eden Gardens