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REVEALED! DRS Controversy: This is how Aussies 'cheat' India during Bengaluru Test

REVEALED! DRS Controversy: This is how Aussies 'cheat' India during Bengaluru Test

The first hint of such a ploy was noticed on Sunday, during Australia's first innings, when Mitchell Marsh was dismissed.

Dismal Review System: Stats that highlight MS Dhoni-less India's struggle with DRS

Dismal Review System: Stats that highlight MS Dhoni-less India's struggle with DRS

Kohli and Co. have got only 17 correct decisions out of the 55 referrals that they have taken.

BCCI finally says yes to DRS, will use it during Test series vs England on a trial basis

BCCI finally says yes to DRS, will use it during Test series vs England on a trial basis

India last played a Test series with DRS in use was way back in 2008 when they played an away series against Sri Lanka.

Virat Kohli open to rethink on using DRS; not looking for a fool-proof application

Virat Kohli open to rethink on using DRS; not looking for a fool-proof application

An ICC official and a technical expert from Hawk-Eye will soon be in the country to try and convince the board to fall in line with other boards.

India vs New Zealand: Tom Latham supports Virat Kohli on DRS issue

India vs New Zealand: Tom Latham supports Virat Kohli on DRS issue

The BCCI has been the only board in the cricketing world opposed to the DRS, arguing that it is not "foolproof".

BCCI no fan of Hawk-eye, but open to using DRS without the tracking software

BCCI no fan of Hawk-eye, but open to using DRS without the tracking software

Hawk-Eye, which is used primarily used in tennis, cricket, football, badminton and volleyball, used a tracking software to predict the future flight/trajectory part of the ball after it was impacted during play.

Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara wants consistency in DRS

Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara wants consistency in DRS

Bairstow, who got the benefit of the doubt on 56, went onto make an unbeaten 167 at Lord's.

Cricket worked pretty well without DRS for over 100 years, Mitchell Johnson says backing BCCI's stand

Cricket worked pretty well without DRS for over 100 years, Mitchell Johnson says backing BCCI's stand

BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur had recently admitted that the world's richest cricket board will no have no problems in accepting the DRS in a new avatar.

George Bailey hits back at non-referral finger-pointing

George Bailey hits back at non-referral finger-pointing

David Warner was dismissed lbw during first ODI against New Zealand. 

DRS likely to be used during IPL 9: Rajeev Shukla

DRS likely to be used during IPL 9: Rajeev Shukla

During the recently-concluded five-match ODI series between India and Australia, India were hurt because of the absence of DRS.

India's tour of Australia: It's up to MS Dhoni, BCCI to take call on DRS, says Rohit Sharma

India's tour of Australia: It's up to MS Dhoni, BCCI to take call on DRS, says Rohit Sharma

Debate over DRS started again when George Bailey was not given out by field umpire in 1st ODI.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni 'may agree' that India is suffering for not using DRS

Mahendra Singh Dhoni 'may agree' that India is suffering for not using DRS

Australia were 21 for two when George Bailey was caught down the leg side by Dhoni.

ICC seeks MIT's help to achieve uniformity in DRS

ICC seeks MIT's help to achieve uniformity in DRS

The DRS has faced criticism from several quarters, especially from the powerful BCCI, for not being 100 per cent foolproof.

BCCI open to 'improved' DRS, but denies immediate adoption of controversial review system

BCCI open to 'improved' DRS, but denies immediate adoption of controversial review system

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Anurag Thakur on Thursday reiterated that the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) will be accepted with an "improved version".

Decision on India coach will be taken in September: Anurag Thakur

Decision on India coach will be taken in September: Anurag Thakur

 BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur on Thursday confirmed that a call on India's new chief coach will be taken in September in consultation with Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) before the start of the South Africa home series in October.

Post-Galle defeat, Indian skipper Virat Kohli reignites contentious DRS debate

Post-Galle defeat, Indian skipper Virat Kohli reignites contentious DRS debate

Indian Test captain Virat Kohli today made it clear that the issue regarding the use of the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) needs to be deliberated after the end of the ongoing three-Test series against Sri Lanka.

MIT engineers working on device to test ball trackers: Anil Kumble

MIT engineers working on device to test ball trackers: Anil Kumble

Former India captain and ICC Cricket Committee chairman Anil Kumble on Thursday said that engineers of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are working on a device that will detect the efficiency of the Decision Review System tools like ball tracker.

BCCI's stand on DRS remains same but open to talks: Jagmohan Dalmiya

BCCI's stand on DRS remains same but open to talks: Jagmohan Dalmiya

 Just a couple of days after India's Test captain Virat Kohli gave positive signals about the use of Decision Review System (DRS), the BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya on Wednesday clarified that board's "stand remains same" but the Cricket Advisory Committee might take a call in future.

No DRS during India series: BCB President

No DRS during India series: BCB President

Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hasan has said that the Decision Review System (DRS) will not be used in the upcoming home series against starting June 10.