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Cricket has never stopped evolving: from round-arm bowling becoming the standard, to the 15-degree rule for arm flexion while bowling. From the number of balls per over to the specifications of equipment - ranging from glove-webbing to bat handles - almost every aspect of the game is regulated. New rules are frequently put in place - especially in the shorter forms of the game, as in the case of Powerplays, free hits, and the tweaking of field restrictions.
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Jun 27, 2006

Pakistan oppose new appeals system

News: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said that it would oppose the ICC's proposal to allow teams to appeal against decisions made by the on-field umpires in next week's annual meeting in London.

ESPNcricinfo staff

Feb 8, 2006

Scrap Supersubs and Powerplays says Ponting

News: Ricky Ponting has again urged the ICC to scrap one-day cricket's experimental rules in time for the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean

ESPNcricinfo staff

Feb 6, 2006

The law stumps Inzamam

News: Inzamam-ul-Haq was involved in a controversial dismissal for the second time this season when the umpires adjudged him out for obstructing the field

Nagraj Gollapudi

Jan 27, 2006

Koertzen joins the chorus on boring displays

News: Koertzen calls for more flexibility regarding calling off inconsequential Tests

ESPNcricinfo staff

Dec 7, 2005

Ponting, Woolmer push for Supersub amendment

News: Ricky Poting, the Australian captain, and Bob Woolmer, Pakistan's coach, have urged the International Cricket Council to amend the Supersub rule presently used in one-day international cricket

ESPNcricinfo staff

Nov 17, 2005

Harbhajan fined for conduct

News: Harbhajan Singh, has been fined 25% of his match fee for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during the first ODI against South Africa

ESPNcricinfo staff

Aug 15, 2005

BCCI to consider new one-day rules

News: The BCCI may apply rule changes to domestic limited-over matches

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jul 20, 2005

Vaughan drops Ponting catching pact

News: Michael Vaughan has rejected Ricky Ponting's goodwill catching deal and will leave contentious decisions to the umpires

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jul 12, 2005

Faux-American ignominy

Andrew Miller: Farewell then, the NatWest Challenge. You will not be missed

Andrew Miller

Jul 8, 2005

ICC has no plans to usurp MCC authority

News: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has no plans to usurp the Marylebone Cricket Club's authority and become the guardian of the laws of cricket

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jul 8, 2005

When the drinks-carrier became the talk of the town

News: Gloomy conditions ensured that the new ODI rules were a damp squib

Ranajit Dam

Jul 8, 2005

Those new one-day rules explained ...

Analysis: The International Cricket Council's new one-day regulations were given their first airing at Headingley on Thursday. Here, Cricinfo explains the changes

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jul 7, 2005

Closing in on the main event

Preview: A new era of international cricket begins at Headingley on Thursday, when the NatWest Challenge gets underway

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jul 4, 2005

Fletcher excited by new rules

News: Duncan Fletcher is excited by the prospect of the rule changes to one-day internationals

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jul 3, 2005

BCCI seeks arbitration over Ganguly ban

News: The Indian cricket board has asked for Sourav Ganguly's ban to be taken to arbitration

PTI

Jul 1, 2005

Sri Lankan series won't be played under new rules

News: The triangular tournament involving India, Sri Lanka and West Indies will not be played under the new rules for one-day internationals.

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jun 29, 2005

Gilchrist wants more player input

News: Adam Gilchrist has come out and said that the players' views should be taken on board before such experiments with the ODI format become legislation

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jun 28, 2005

ODI changes: revolutionary or gimmicky?

News: The new regulations introduced by the ICC in one-day internationals have received positive response from former and current players

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jun 28, 2005

ECB to embrace one-day innovations

News: England and Australia are set to become the first teams to test-drive the ICC's new one-day regulations

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jun 25, 2005

Substitutes to be allowed in ODIs

News: The ICC chief executives' committee (CEC) has approved the introduction of two innovations into all one-day internationals from July 30

ICC Media Release
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