If you don't want to read the full article, and just want to know how can I help you find the tickets for India vs West Indies 4 ODIs - visit this site. It has got the tickets and if you have money in your pocket - that website is the best answer I have found in 3 hours of Internet searchings.
May be you'll like to read me once you have seen the prices.
Indian cricket team is the most famous bunch-of-boys in cricketing arena, if not at whole World's sporting stage as well, but even then, whenever their is about to be a cricket match played in India - it's fans start to get crazy.
Because there is no perfect way to buy match tickets. For example, let me tell you that Indian team will be playing the 1st day of first test match against England at Lords on 19th July - and this was decided only yesterday. And today the tickets for those matches are available online.
Indian will play 8 ODI's at home against West Indies and Sri Lanka in January and February 2007 was decided on 13th November last year (my article that day) - about 60 days ago. Yet BCCI has absolutely no ways to tell it's fans how to buy tickets wherever Indian team plays.
Same thing happened during Champions trophy last year, and after 25-30 days of murmur, BCCI vice-president Lalit Modi showed us the way with his comment to a similar article I had written then...
I am pretty sure I'll reach him once again and he'll show us they better and BCCI's ways to buy tickets for not only West Indies and Sri Lanka series, but also for longer future. England, Australia, New Zealand and even South Africa have fairly easy online methods to sell tickets to their fans - why is this a case with our country - the country which basically runs the cricket today.
I know BCCI has launched their official website - bcci.tv but it's "coming soon" for a very long time. Moreover - one can't find the exact address, telephone numbers, fax numbers and the mail id's of cricket grounds in India - a very easy way for cricket crazy people to find their respective tickets. It's just a matter of clear thinking from our board and with not much pain - a lot of things can be made much better.