The chucking clampdown
Apr 8, 2015: Muttiah Muralitharan says he is in favour of the ICC testing every bowler in order to stamp out chucking
Oct 13, 2014: Former international umpire Darrell Hair has said the ICC's crackdown on bowlers with suspect actions has come 20 years too late
Australia v Sri Lanka 2010-11
Oct 20, 2010: Muttiah Muralitharan has forgiven the umpire Darrell Hair and forgotten the no-ball call that threatened to derail his career
The Oval abandonment 2006
Aug 18, 2010: Darrell Hair, the umpire at the centre of the controversy that led to the abandonment of the 2006 Oval Test between England and Pakistan, has claimed that meddling board officials were to blame for the escalation of the row
Jul 8, 2010: Ross Emerson, the Australian umpire who no-balled Muttiah Muralitharan during an ODI against England in Adelaide in 1999, insists the offspinner doesn't deserve his record of most wickets in Tests and the 50-over format
Should the IPL be held as scheduled?
Mar 12, 2009: Is the decision to give the go-ahead to the IPL right, given the risks involved in the wake of the Lahore attack and the implications that any untoward incident during the tournament will have?
Fallout of the Lahore attack
Mar 9, 2009: ICC chief executive Haroon Lorgat's has said umpires Simon Taufel and Steve Davis needed to be "more rational" in their assessment of the security in Lahore
2006 Oval Test fallout
Feb 3, 2009: Darrell Hair has called on all the ICC board members involved in the original decision to change the result of the 2006 Oval Test to resign
Umpire resigns from post
Aug 22, 2008: Darrell Hair, the Australian umpire, has tended his resignation with the ICC in order to take up a coaching role
England v Pakistan, The Oval, 2006
Jul 12, 2008: The MCC has asked the ICC to reverse its decision to alter the forfeited Test between England and Pakistan at The Oval in 2006 into a draw
High Performance Umpire Panel
Jul 10, 2008: Darrell Hair has been included in Cricket Australia's four-member Umpire High Performance Panel, which will help guide and develop umpires in the country
England v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Old Trafford
May 22, 2008: One of the most significant moments of the Old Trafford Test will happen moments before the first ball is bowled. Darrell Hair will walk to one of the sets of stumps, either at the Stretford or Brian Statham End, and put the bails in place. Twenty-one mon
May 8, 2008: Eleven players who made a return to the fold after their time had appeared to have passed by
Umpire resumes full nation matches
Apr 28, 2008: Darrell Hair will make his return to top-level international umpiring in the second Test between England and New Zealand at Old Trafford on May 23
Backing for controversial umpire
Apr 8, 2008: Peter Willey, the chairman of the umpires' association, has admitted he is pleased to see Darrell Hair restored to the ICC's elite panel
Umpire could stand in New Zealand series
Mar 20, 2008: The ICC have given their strongest indication yet that Darrell Hair will return to Test umpiring for England's home series against New Zealand in May
Returning umpire says it's time to 'move on'
Mar 20, 2008: Darrell Hair has vowed to improve his communication skills after being reinstated as a Test and one-day international umpire
Darrell Hair's reinstatement
Mar 20, 2008: After spending time in the wilderness following the fiasco at The Oval in 2006, Darrell Hair is back. And it's evoking some reactions
ICC clarifies situation
Mar 19, 2008: The ICC has confirmed that Darrell Hair will not be asked to stand in any international matches involving Pakistan
Mar 19, 2008: Darrell Hair's reinstatement in to Tests and ODIs has been viewed with caution in Pakistan. Nasim Ashraf, the chairman of the Pakistan board, said the board just wanted the best solution for the game
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