Siraj took four while Bumrah three, Shami two and Thakur added a wicket.
Only 13 overs were possible at Windsor Park on Saturday as the first T20I between West Indies and Bangladesh finished without a result.
England and India will be squaring off for three T20Is from July 7 at Ageas Bowl and three ODIs from July 12 at Kia Oval.
Travis Head (4/10) and Nathan Lyon (4/31) destroyed Lankans in the third innings with their spin, skittling them out for 113.
India announces squads for T20I, ODI series against England for the three-match T20I and ODI series.
India to tour New Zealand for white-ball series post T20 World Cup. Next year NZ host Sri Lanka for full series.
Day-night Test returns as New Zealand announce busy summer schedule.
West Indies squad named for white-ball series against Bangladesh, McCoy returns while Powell announced new T20 vice-captain.
South Africa white-ball captain Temba Bavuma ruled out of England tour.
Stirling, Balbirnie, Dockrell and Adair kept Ireland in the game before Malik closed it out for the visitors.
West Indies canter to 2-0 series win after quick bowlers finish the job.
England romp home to seal stunning 3-0 series win
Kamil Mishara, Kamindu Mendis and Suminda Lakshan though failed to make the cut.
Harry Tector hit 64 off 33 balls but Ireland were still comfortably outplayed in Malahide.
New Zealand set daunting 296 thanks to Mitchell, Blundell, but still face 3-0 series scoreline.
Rajat Patidar and captain Aditya Shrivastava took the team to their maiden title, outclassing 41-time champions Mumbai.
Shreyas Iyer, Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja scored brilliant half-centuries for India.
Late cluster of wickets dents fightback, after Latham and Williamson build slender lead.
Bowlers bring Indians back in the game against Leicestershire in warm-up match
Australia beat Sri Lanka by four wickets in the fifth and final ODI in Colombo on Friday.
Incredible counterattack from point of no return leaves England on an equal footing at stumps.
Daryl Mitchell, Tom Blundell thwart England in familiar fashion after bizarre breakthrough on day one of the third Test in Leeds.
The visitors were 81 for 5 at one stage, with Roman Walker bagging five wickets and Prasidh Krishna bowling with menace
Jason Roy 101* and Jos Buttler 86* to help England clinch a comfortable eight-wicket victory over the Netherlands.