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Eng vs India: Joe Root rues lack of DRS over debatable decisions

Jul 12, 2014

Eng vs India: Joe Root rues lack of DRS over debatable decisions

Two debatable decisions went against England in the first Test against India here and middle-order batsman Joe Root said it was "little frustrating" to play without Decision Review System. #Cricket #DRS #India vs England #Joe Root #India in England 2014 #Ind vs Eng
No Decision Review System for England-India Test series

Jul 08, 2014

No Decision Review System for England-India Test series

The controversial Decision Review System will not be in operation throughout the five-Test series, which starts at Nottingham's Trent Bridge on Wednesday. #India #England #DRS #Stuart Broad #Test series #Decision Review System #India in England 2014 #Bruce Oxenford #Kumar Dharmasena
Ok to deter non-striker from backing up, says ICC panel

Jun 06, 2014

Ok to deter non-striker from backing up, says ICC panel

Run-outs of non-striker batsmen backing up too early, the rising instances of confrontation among players and means to improve the use of technology in umpiring dominated the discussions at a two-day meeting of the ICC's cricket committee. #NewsTracker #ICC #DRS #Anil Kumble #Decision Review System #run-outs #cricket committee
ICC CEO Richardson still hopeful of convincing Kumble, BCCI of DRS

Mar 21, 2014

ICC CEO Richardson still hopeful of convincing Kumble, BCCI of DRS

Richardson is also confident that BCCI will play a more active role in the governance of the parent body. #BCCI #ICC #TheySaidIt #DRS #Anil Kumble #Dave Richardson
Snickometer to be introduced for DRS in Ashes

Nov 19, 2013

Snickometer to be introduced for DRS in Ashes

The last series in England was blighted by poor umpiring decisions, both on the field and on review by TV umpires. #Cricket #Australia #The Ashes #England #DRS #Ashes 2013 #Snickometer

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Hawk-eye view: Why cricket is different from tennis

Jul 14, 2012

Hawk-eye view: Why cricket is different from tennis

In tennis, high speed cameras are employed to help umpires spot where the ball has bounced. In cricket, Hawk-eye is being called upon to predict the path the ball will take after it has bounced. One is like math, while the other more akin to astrology. #Tennis #Cricket #Sachin Tendulkar #Andy Murray #InMyOpinion #DRS #Hawkeye

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Hawk-eye view: Why cricket is different from tennis

Sep 22, 2014

Dr. Dirt: Goodbye summer, hello fall!

Summer ended with a beautiful sunset Sunday evening...
Hawk-eye view: Why cricket is different from tennis

Sep 22, 2014

Dr Ray Power - Lose weight, live longer

Diet is such a dirty word. At best a triumph of hope over experience, at worst a self-perpetuating industry based on failure - failure to be effective, healthy, sustainable - and the misery that results from this. So why do we still get excited when ...
Hawk-eye view: Why cricket is different from tennis

Sep 22, 2014

Husband's worry Dhara looked jaundiced dismissed 'because she was Indian'

THE husband of an Indian woman who died eight days after giving birth alleged today that his complaints that she looked jaundiced were dismissed by a medic ‘because she was Indian’, an inquest heard today Dhara Kivlehan died in September 2010 at the ...