Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his deputy Yuvraj Singh retained the top two slots in batsmen's list, while Team India managed to cling on to second position in the ICC ODI Rankings issued on Monday.
Dhoni held on to his numero uno status with 828 rating points while left-handed Yuvraj,
who had managed his career best ranking last month, had 784 points in his kitty.
The Indian duo are followed by Australia's Mike Hussey (767), West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul (759) and his skipper Chris Gayle (756) in the list.
Virender Sehwag (seventh), Sachin Tendulkar (14th) and Gautam Gambhir (17th) stuck to their respective positions.
Meanwhile, South Africa remained on top of ODI Championships table, followed by India and Australia at second and third.
Among the bowlers, injured left-arm pacer Zaheer Khan continued to be the only Indian in top 20 at 16th.
Sri Lankan Nuwan Kulasekara tops the bowlers' list.