However, both fell quickly and from a score of 106:3 Bangladesh collapsed to 120:1 for 35.1 oz.
Jemima picked up four wickets and three runs in 3.1 oz, while leggie Devika Vaidya struck three times.
Two Bangladeshi batters, Ritu and Fargana, were knocked out by Devika and Jemima respectively. Opener Meghna Singh, playing her first ODI since September, removed opener Murshida Khatun (12 for 19). The third and final ODI will be played here on Saturday.
It was a great opportunity for us to play first and set a decent total on the scoreboard. We talked about one of the batters batting till the end but when Jemima came into the game, we played in line with the ball and focused on alternating shots, said Harmanpreet, who left the game in the 37th minute after feeling pain in her left arm.
We were playing on flat tracks, playing ODIs after a long time, so we couldn’t adapt quickly, but we talked about how to adapt and play on such surfaces (after the first game).
It will be a good game in two days, team captain Smriti Mandhana said when Bangladesh started playing.
Earlier, 22-year-old Jemima finally got her form back and it was her play that helped India increase their lead after a slow start at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here.
Jemima continued to make boundaries, sending the ball over the fence nine times,