Former World No. 1 shuttler Saina Nehwal helped Indian eves gather a second consecutive 5 - 0 win at the Uber Cup, this time thrashing Germany to close in on a quarter - final berth here on Tuesday.
The win also made sure India stay in contention to qualify for the quarter - finals from Group D which also includes Japan and Australia.
It was 2015 World Championship runner - up Saina who started the proceedings for India and breezed past her opponent in no time.
The London Olympic Bronze medallist outclassed Fabienne Deprez 21 - 15, 21 - 10.
P. V. Sindhu then blew away Luise Heim 21 - 7, 21 - 12 in 26 minutes to give India a 2 - 0 lead.
India's favourite pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa - - Commonwealth Games 2010 champion and 2011 World Championship bronze medallists - - rallied back from a game down to beat Linda Efler and Lara Kaepplein 14 - 21, 21 - 9, 21 - 8 in a contest which lasted for 41 minutes.
The triumph gave India an unassailable lead of 3 - 0.
But they did not give up after that.
In the last two dead rubbers, Ruthvika Shivani Gadde defeated Yvonne Li 21 - 5, 21 - 15, while N. Sikki Reddy and Sindhu came together to edge past Isabel Herttrich and Franziska Volkmann 21 - 18.
19 - 21.
22 - 20 in the second doubles.
India now lock horns with 2014 runners - up Japan in their final group game on Wednesday.