Women's T20 World Cup News
Earlier, a spirited bowling performance had helped Bangladesh bundle out the Kiwis for just 91 inside 19 overs.
Shafali Verma smashed seven fours and a six in her brisk knock as India completed the chase of 114 with 32 balls to spare.
However, left-arm spinner Gayakwad tightened the screws in the eighth over, bowling a wicket maiden as she dismissed Madavi.
Experienced campaigner Suzie Bates' departure for 15 sparked a collapse, with the rest of the wickets falling for just 25 runs.
Heather Knight (62) and Nat Sciver (36) continued their fine form as England posted 158 for seven, enough to seal back-to-back wins and close the gap on South Africa in Group B.
On the other hand, Sri Lanka have lost both the matches they have played so far against Australia and New Zealand and are almost out of the contention of making to the last four-stage.
It was the biggest score in the tournament's history, beating India's 194 for five against New Zealand in Providence in 2018.
Edulji also said that this is the right time for India to bring the ICC trophy home as all other opponents seem weak at this stage.
Rodrigues was not alone, as she was joined by an off-duty security guard and the duo danced to a song from Bollywood flick 'Love Aaj Kal'.
Healy's return to form continued as she made a carefree 83 to hit the top of the tournament's run-scoring charts, ably supported by Mooney who ended unbeaten on 81.
Right-arm pacer Shikha Pandey held her nerve in the end to help India secure a tense three-run victory over the White Ferns.
Verma played a knock of 46 runs off just 34 balls. After being asked to bat first, she provided India with a good start in the match and the team managed to put up a total of 133 runs.
Women's T20 World Cup: Shafali, bowlers shine as India seal semifinal spot with four-run win over New Zealand
Poonam Yadav and Radha Yadav then mounted the pressure on the Kiwis and soon the Black Caps were 34 for 3.
India made two changes, bringing in Smriti Mandhana and Radha Yadav in place of Arundhati Reddy and Richa Ghosh.
The Windies top order faltered and found themselves three wickets down within seven overs for the second game in succession.