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By Adam Cooper The next head of world cricket has flagged more help from technology and giving players tennis-style challenges to rid the sport of wrong decisions.
Adam Cooper South African captain Graeme Smith has escaped punishment despite breaching one of Test cricket's laws in taking a contentious catch at the MCG.
By Adam Cooper Cricket Australia has just over a week to resolve its dispute with the Indian board to ensure Australian stars can take part in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
By Daniel Brettig and Adam Cooper The limited overs portion of India's cricket tour of Australia remains a bargaining chip in the visitors' appeal against the ban handed to Harbhajan Singh.
By Adam Cooper And Daniel Brettig India is fending off angry reactions from home which have put a major distraction into the tourists' camp ahead of the final cricket Test against Australia.
By Adam Cooper India's Anil Kumble denies his preference to scrap a pact with Australia on contentious catches will put more pressure on umpires.
By Adam Cooper Michael Clarke won't be walking, but won't be lingering either when dismissed in future.
By Adam Cooper Australian captain Ricky Ponting has told his players to be on their best behaviour in the third Test against India to mend the rift between the two nations.
By Adam Cooper World cricket boss Malcolm Speed insists Steve Bucknor will umpire again in a Test match despite concerns over his decision-making.
By Tom Wald and Adam Cooper The Indian cricket board flexed its muscle by suspending the tour of Australia pending the outcome of Harbhajan Singh's appeal.