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Controversial DRS to be used in 2015 ICC World Cup
Controversial DRS to be used in 2015 ICC World Cup

Cricket's world governing body, International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) will be used during the ICC World Cup 2015.

New no-ball rule will come in effect from today: ICC

The prestigious Marylebone Cricket Club today released the 5th edition of the 2000 Code which features some significant changes in cricket rule including the most high profile change in new `No-ball rule` which comes into effect from today.

Watson`s batting coach defends protegee`s batting technique

The personal batting coach of Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has defended his batting technique and said that Watson`s leg-before-wicket problem that plagued him during the Ashes tour of England was simply a matter of weight distribution.

Decision on controversial DRS in 48 hours

The final decision on the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) will be finalised in two days. The International Cricket Council (ICC) executive board would meet on Tuesday and Wednesday in Dubai to take a final call on the controversial referral system.

LBW decisions will not be reviewed in England and India series

The ECB and the BCCI have agreed to the protocols for the use of the Decision Review System (DRS), in consultation with the ICC.

BCCI says no further dragging of no-ball row

The Indian Cricket Board has no intention to drag the controversy surrounding the dismissal of skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the ongoing second Test between India and West Indies at Barbados and wants to move on.