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Out with the field umpires, in with the technology
The Express Tribune

Now, eavesdrop on the umpires Umpires chats in knockouts will...

02:11 am Sydney : The conversation between the on-field umpires and the third umpire under the Decision Review System will be aired during the knockout stages of the cricket World Cup. The big idea is to bring the very private conversation between ... The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
Notorious umpiring gaffe in World Cup The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago
Biased umpiring spark protests in Bdesh Millennium Post, 1 month ago

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Rediff.com

New BCCI regime prefers status quo on DRS

NEW DELHI: A change of guard at the BCCI has not changed the board's view on the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) with the powerful body saying it cannot accept the technology in its current state. India is the only team which has ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago New BCCI regime says no change in stance on DRS  Rediff.com3 weeks ago New BCCI regime in no mood for DRS  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
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Oneindia

World Cup: Controversy in Canberra after Chris Gayle's record 215

Canberra, Feb 24: There is no end to Decision Review System ( DRS ) controversy. The latest has come in West Indies-Zimbabwe Pool B match of ICC World Cup 2015 after Chris Gayle 's record 215. Match Scorecard ; World Cup Special ; List of Gayle's ...
 Oneindia1 month ago Chris Gayle sinks double century to guide West Indies to two wins in three  Scottish Daily Express1 month ago A hero close to zero  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago Gayle sends records tumbling  AOL UK1 month ago
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Daily Maverick

Cricket World Cup: Of the tech tack and the umpire empire

It's not even two days into the Cricket World Cup, and already there were two dodgy choices involving the Decision Review System. Both were down to human error and not the tech, though, and it is imperative that the ICC get real about how they share ...
 Daily Maverick2 months ago Don Bradman Cricket 14 Review for PS4: The real deal for batting fans  Scottish Daily Express1 month ago Cricket World Cup - of the Tech Tack and the Umpire Empire  AllAfrica.com2 months ago Cricket World Cup's opening weekend delivers on promise  ABC Online2 months ago
Ani News

Umpires, technology and close calls this World Cup

Both, the umpires and the technology used at the ICC World Cup 2015 have been under fire for taking some wrong decisions. Another erroneous call was made during Australia's crucial quarterfinal match against Pakistan. Misbah-ul-Haq was saved by the ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Viewers can now hear World Cup umpire DRS discussions  Ani News1 month ago World Cup 2015: ICC brings umpires' conversation on air during knockouts  PardaPhash1 month ago
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Stuff.co.nz

TV viewers to hear Cricket World Cup umpire DRS deliberations

Conversations between the on-field and video umpires for contentious decisions will be disclosed for the most important matches of the Cricket World Cup. The International Cricket Council confirmed on Tuesday that host broadcaster Star Sports would ...
 Stuff.co.nz1 month ago Cricket World Cup: TV viewers to hear umpires' DRS deliberations  Melbourne Age1 month ago TV viewers to hear umpires' DRS deliberations  The Press NZ1 month ago
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Rediff.com

ICC says England-Australia game ended incorrectly

James Taylor and James Anderson of England speak to umpire Kumar Dharmasena after their final wicket fell. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images The International Cricket Council acknowledged that the cricket World Cup match between Australia and England ended 'incorrectly' after English pacer James Anderson was given run-out controversially. Following Australia's 111-run win over England in the Group A World Cup clash at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday, the Playing Control Team (PCT) ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago UMPIRING ERRORS! Wrong decision deprives Taylor of a century  Rediff.com2 months ago
Tasmania Mercury

Goal line cameras for Adelaide Oval

The umpire calls for a video review after a questionable goal in Perth last year. Source: News Limited ADELAIDE Oval will have goal line cameras in place at every AFL game this season. The AFL has expanded its use of goal line vision from just the ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail1 month ago
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DRS is ours, claims Sri Lankan lawyer

MUMBAI, Mar 4: Asanga Seneviratne, the Vice - President of theSri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board is convinced that the DRS (DecisionReview System) is a brain child ofSenaka Weeraratna, a Colombo-based lawyer, who first had idea of allowing players to ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago Sri Lanka giving Afghanistan due respect  Yahoo!Xtra1 month ago

The Quandary of Judicial Review

It's not just a question of restraint versus activism. What is the proper role of courts in our system of government? Ever since the seminal decision in Marbury v. Madison (1803), the concept of judicial review has made the courts — and in ...
 National Review1 week ago
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