India 379 (S Tendulkar 62, Harbhajan Singh 60, M S Dhoni 52, C Martin 4/98) and 7/434 dec (G Gambhir 167, VVS Laxman 61, R Dravid 60, Dhoni 56*) drew with New Zealand 197 (Z Khan 5/65) and 8/281 (R Taylor 107, Harbhajan 4/59) : Test#3 at Wellington
In the end it was rain which thwarted India's attempt to bowl out New Zealand twice in the match, though a tardy declaration and some resolute second innings batting from the Black Caps also contributed.
India were unquestionably the better team over the three match series but a 2-1, rather than a 1-0 result, would IMO have been a fairer reflection of the contest.
New Zealand have, by their standards, had a lot of Test cricket this southern hemisphere season: two against both Australia and West Indies and three against India. Their schedule for the coming year will not be as generous: brief series against Bangladesh at home and Sri Lanka away may not give the younger players enough long form game experience to develop the skills to maintain their country's competitiveness.