Harsher punishment for breaching conduct code: ICC
Harsher punishment for breaching conduct code: ICC

Following the ongoing debate as to what exactly separates legitimate aggression from verbal abuse, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has warned that any player who cross the divide can expect harsher sanctions during the coming World Cup.

Umpire communication will be on air during AUS-SA series
Umpire communication will be on air during AUS-SA series

The fans will be able hear the conversation between on-field umpires and the TV umpire while arriving at a decision during the upcoming ODI series between Australia and South Africa as ICC has given a go ahead for the experiment.

No quick technology fix for problem bowlers: ICC
No quick technology fix for problem bowlers: ICC

The ICC is cautiously optimistic that wearable sensors can provide the technological breakthrough needed to stamp out illegal bowling actions but does not expect them to be ready for trial in matches before mid-2015.

ICC says suspect bowling should face more scrutiny

Suspect bowling actions should face more scrutiny, a senior International Cricket Council official said Wednesday, with reporting and testing up for discussion.

ICC confident Kumble`s presence in DRS discussions to `win over` BCCI

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is reportedly confident that the presence of former Indian captain Anil Kumble in the discussion over the Decision Review System (DRS) will win over the powerful Indian board in changing their stance over the system.

Woakes replaces injured Stokes in England squad for World T20

All-rounder Chris Woakes on Saturday replaced an injured Ben Stokes in the England squad for the ICC World Twenty20 as Event Technical Committee of the tournament has approved the change.

`Dodgy` bowlers may be made to wear sensors to prevent `chucking`

Controversial bowlers may reportedly be forced to wear hi-tech sensors during international matches in a bid to boot `chuckers` out of the game.

India to launch U-19 World Cup title defense against Pakistan

Defending champions India will open their ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup campaign against arch-rivals and two-time winners Pakistan at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium (DICS) on February 15.

ICC stick with Hot Spot for final Ashes Tests

Cricket`s Hot Spot system will be used in the final two Tests of the ongoing Ashes series, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said Thursday, despite controversy over its use and cheating claims.

England and Australia reiterate support for DRS

England and Australia have pledged their support for the Decision Review System (DRS) after ICC`s General Manager Cricket, Geoff Allardice met representatives of both the teams and the ICC umpires in Durham, the world body said on Thursday.

ICC rushes to placate `confused` Ashes rivals following DRS fiasco

The Decision Review System (DRS) controversy that has marred the Ashes has forced cricket chiefs to fly to England for urgent talks with arch-rivals England and Australia.