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BCCI sticks to its anti-DRS stand


Despite ICC's call for the universal acceptance of the Decision Review System (DRS), the BCCI on Monday refused to change its stand on the use of the technology, saying it was still not ‘foolproof’.

Dhoni slips one place in ICC ODI Rankings, Kohli static


Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni slipped one spot down to fifth while his deputy Virat Kohli remained static at third in the latest ICC ODI batsmen's chart released on Sunday.

Dhoni now shares the

Pawar to hand over ICC reins to Isaac at Annual Conference


Sharad Pawar's tenure as International Cricket Council President will come to an end next week and New Zealand's Alan Isaac will take over from the Indian at the body's five-day Annual Conference starting with the Chief Executive Committee's meeting here on Sunday.

England consolidate No. 1 spot; India remain 4th


India remained fourth even as England took an outright lead as the number one team after claiming the three-match Test series against the West Indies 2-0 in the latest ICC Test Championship table.


Spot-fixing: ICC questions Bollywood actress Nupur Mehta

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An ICC anti-corruption investigator on Monday questioned Bollywood starlet Nupur Mehta in connection with the match and spot-fixing allegations made by a British newspaper a few months ago.

Mehta, w

ICC fines Denesh Ramdin over Richards protest


West Indies wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee for celebrating his hundred in the third Test against England here at Edgbaston with a protest against Caribbean cri

Disappointed Jayadevan hopeful of ICC reversal

Despite losing another ‘rain-rule battle’ with the International Cricket Council (ICC), V. Jayadevan, who has proposed a potential alternative to the Duckworth-Lewis rule with the VJD method, continue

Gavaskar slams ICC over Indian rain-rule snub


Batting legend Sunil Gavaskar has hit out at the International Cricket Council (ICC) for retaining the Duckworth/Lewis rule for rain-affected games despite an alternative suggested by an Indian engine

Indian engineer's challenge fails to overthrow Duckworth/Lewis rule for rain-hit matches


The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Friday it was sticking with the Duckworth/Lewis rule for deciding rain-affected matches after an Indian engineer put forward a replacement method.

Australia push India to 4th in team rankings

Australia have pushed India to fourth place in the ICC Test championship table after winning the three-match series against the West Indies 2-0.

Australia had entered the series on equal points with

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