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DRS has helped umpires attain accuracy of 98.5 percent in corr...

The ICC Chief Executive David Richardson has revealed that the Emirates Panel of Umpires' usage of the Decision Review System (DRS) has enabled them to attain a staggering accuracy rate of 98.5 percent. The post DRS has helped umpires attain accuracy of 98.5 ... First, 2 months ago
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How Indians fared at using DRS...

India get 17 out of 55 calls right He may have been a vocal advocate of Decision Review System (DRS) but Indian captain Virat Kohli's dismal success ratio indicates that calling for referrals is not exactly his 'calling card'. The five-match England series against India was start of India using Decision Review System -- something they had strong reservations during Mahendra Singh Dhoni's era under N Srinivasan's regime. But in the seven Test matches since the start of DRS usage, India have got ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago DRS woes continue to haunt Indians  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Kohli out or not? Spotlight on DRS

Virat Kohli's controversial dismissal in India's second innings here on Monday has put the Decision Review System (DRS) in the spotlight again. In the 33rd over of the innings, umpire Nigel Long upheld Josh Hazlewood's appeal for leg before against Kohli and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago How Saha contributed to Kohli's double century  Rediff.com2 months ago Talking Point: Captain Kohli bites the DRS bullet  Sify1 month ago India's DRS 'Pair': Kohli-Saha nail it more often than not  Business Standard2 months ago

PSL to become first T20 league to use DRS

Pakistan Super League (PSL) Chairman Najam Sethi has revealed that the PSL is all set to use the Decision Review System (DRS) in its playoff matches, thus becoming the first T20 league in the history of cricket to use technology.Announcing the same via his ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Morgan calls for DRS in T20s after Root howler

Eoin Morgan has called for cricket's Decision Review System (DRS) to be used in Twenty20 internationals after a final over umpiring error cost England victory in the second match of their series against India. Needing just eight to win off the final over in ...
 MSN India2 months ago
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India coach Anil Kumble has moved on from review row ahead of Australia test| Reuters

India's coach Anil Kumble said attention would be back on the pitch for the third test against Australia after the last match ended on a sour note over the use of Decision Review System (DRS) technology.Following the end of the test won by India, captain ...
 First Post.com1 month ago 2nd Test: India 'surprised' by 3rd umpire's decision against Virat Kohli  One India1 month ago Live: India 122/4 after unlucky LBW decision against Kohli  Sify1 month ago News Wrap: 'India's decision to use DRS backfired in first Test loss to Australia'  Sify2 months ago

Talking Point: Steve Smith's DRS - Dressing room Review System!

Bengaluru: The M Chinnaswamy Stadium turned into a hostile amphitheatre as Steve Smith's attempt to check with his dressing room before a DRS call left Virat Kohli fuming. The Australian captain got himself embroiled in the ugly controversy after Umesh Yadav ...
 Sify1 month ago Oz skipper apologises for 'slip of emotions' after India win  Rediff.com1 month ago DRS controversy: Steve Waugh calls on India, Australia to 'move on'  Sify1 month ago DRS row: Should ICC sanction Australia captain Smith?  Rediff.com1 month ago

When Modi used cricket diplomacy with Australian PM Turnbull and Steve Smith was mentioned!

Virat Kohli and Steve Smith have had heartburns about it and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is glad that decisions taken by him and his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull are not "subject to DRS". "In a lighter vein I am, of course, glad that our decisions ...
 DNA2 weeks ago Glad our decisions are not subject to DRS: Modi to Turnbull  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Smith and Kohli escape charges over DRS incident

Australia captain Steve Smith and his India counterpart Virat Kohli have escaped any charges after a controversial Decision Review System (DRS) incident in this week's Bengaluru test, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said. Following India's 75-run win ...
 Sify1 month ago 'I wanted to pick up the stump and stab Kohli'  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Not sure if Kohli knows how to spell 'sorry': CA boss  Sify1 month ago Australia respect Kohli despite 'offensive' claims  Sify1 month ago

DRS row: BCCI backs Kohli, wants ICC to step in

'Kohli’s action was supported by ICC Elite Panel Umpire Nigel Llong who rushed in to dissuade Mr. Steve Smith from taking recourse to inappropriate assistance.' IMAGE: India captain Virat Kohli with his team. Photograph: BCCI The Board of Control for Cricket in India on Wednesday came out in strong support of India captain Virat Kohli and requested the International Cricket Council to take note of Australian skipper Steve Smith's 'brain fade' in seeking the dressing room's advice for a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago DRS controversy: No action against Kohli, Smith, says ICC  Sify1 month ago
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