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Former players urge BCCI to accept DRS

Time to say Yes to Decision Review System, say former players ...

Time to say Yes to DRS, say former players to BCCI Monday, 22 December 2014 - 5:54am IST Updated: Monday, 22 December 2014 - 5:57am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna dna Correspondent These are whispers, but they are loud enough to be heard. Is the bully ... DNA, 5 days ago
Former players urge BCCI to accept DRS, 6 days ago

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DRS debate: The marginal decisions going against us, says Dhoni

BRISBANE: Indian cricket hasn't been a big fan of the Decision Review System (DRS) and captain MS Dhoni feels the technology is lately being used to support the umpires' call in marginal decisions. These marginal decisions, Dhoni feels, haven't been ...
 Times of India6 days ago 'Quite a few 50-50 calls where we have been on the receiving end'  Rediff.com1 week ago 50-50 decisions not going in our favour: Dhoni  Press Trust of India1 week ago
IndiaTV News

Understanding Indian cricketers' angst about Decision Review System

By Chetan Narula If you think you live in a safe neighbourhood, try leaving your home unlocked at night. Because then, if you get robbed, the police will surely blame you more than the robbers. That's probably the situation the Indian team finds ...
 Economic Times3 days ago No DRS for the series, says stand in captain Virat Kohli  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago No budging on DRS for stand-in India captain Kohli  Reuters2 weeks ago 'Kohli was always looking to win Adelaide Test'  Rediff.com1 week ago

BCCI Maintains Opposition to Decision Review System in Current Form

BCCI logo: For representational purposes. Mumbai: Two days after senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh and a few former India players came out in support of the much-debated Decision Review System, the BCCI maintained on Tuesday that the referral ...
 NDTV4 days ago BCCI maintains opposition to DRS in current form  News on Air3 days ago DRS in its current form is not acceptable, says BCCI  Oneindia3 days ago BCCI continues to oppose DRS after Bhajji, senior players support it  Mid Day3 days ago
Indian Express

India ready to review Decision Review System stance

India have hinted at finally easing up on their defiant stance against the decision review system. They, in fact, could even be willing to compromise on their demand for 100 per cent accuracy if the umpires call element was done away with. The ...
 Indian Express6 days ago India's stance on decision review system becoming untenable  WA Today1 week ago

'Both the teams need to agree to use DRS'

Nathan Lyon said he supported the Decision Review System but maintained that it should be used only if both teams involved agreed to do so. "Both teams have to agree to use it," he said on his arrival in Melbourne on Monday. "I know I'm definitely not against ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago Lyon contradicts Dhoni, lauds umpi..  Samaylive18 hours ago Umpires get thumbs up from Nathan Lyon  Rediff.com5 days ago Lyon backs umpires, says both teams need to calm down  Deccan Herald5 days ago
Times of India

Clinical decision support systems

doi: 10.4414/smw.2014.14073 Cite this as: Swiss Med Wkly. 2014;144:w14073 Patrick Emanuel Beeler a,b,c , David Westfall Bates b,d , Balthasar Luzius Hug e a Division of General Internal Medicine & Primary Care, Brigham and Women's Hospital, ...
 Swiss Medical Weekly3 days ago Focus on Decision Review System, again  Times of India1 week ago Focus on Decision Review System, yet again  Times of India1 week ago
IndiaTV News

Shastri feels DRS can be used for 'howlers'

cricketers' stance on the Decision Review System (DRS) seem to be softening with the national team director Ravi Shastri saying that the technology can be used in the event of "howlers". Former captain Shastri was quoted as saying by 'The Australian' that as ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Ravi Shastri does U-turn, says use DRS for 'howlers'  One India4 days ago Ravi Shastri feels DRS can be used for 'howlers'  Zee News5 days ago

DRS must be standardised: Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar feels that there is an urgent need to standardise the technology used for the Decision Review System (DRS) across all formats in international cricket. "We can definitely use technology as long as it is standardised," Tendulkar told reporters at the launch of his autobiography, Playing It My way, at the Lord's Cricket Ground on Friday. Playing It my Way: Buy the book right here on Rediff "We can't have bits and pieces in different parts of the world. One part of the world is ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Sachin Tendulkar wants universal technology for DRS  Economic Times1 month ago Sachin Tendulkarwants universal technology for DRS  Business Standard1 month ago Sachin wants standardised technology for DRS  One India1 month ago

No DRS for India-Australia Test series

continuing its criticism of the Decision Review System in its current form, the technology will not be used in the four-Test series against Australia, starting in Adelaide tomorrow. It has come as no great shock to Cricket Australia, given how much its Indian ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago No Decision Review System for India-Australia Test series  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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