Pakistan have been set a new target of 289 runs from 41 overs because of a third rain delay.
Rain delayed play with Pakistan chasing India on 22-0 after 4.5 overs.
They therefore need a further 267 runs from 36.1 overs with 10 wickets in hand.
India finish their innings on 319-3 after 48 overs thanks to some expert batting from Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma.
India returned to the crease after rain stopped play at Edgbaston for a second time with them on 173-1 after 33.1 overs.
Bad weather delayed the match after 9.5 overs with India on 46-0.
Dhawan hit 68 off 65 balls before being caught by Azhar Ali at deep midwicket when India were on 136.
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The match started just after 10am with the toss going to Pakistan.
Rain delayed India v Pakistan a number of times at Edgbaston
Former India star Aakash Chopra fanned the flames of this rivalry by claiming India’s players have lost interest in beating their neighbours.
"The players don't lose sleep over this match with Pakistan,” he told the BBC.
“Indian cricketers have become far more relaxed, there's no more over-the-top pressure when playing Pakistan.”
Pakistan won the toss and chose to bowl, sending India into bat for this fourth clash of the ICC Champions Trophy.