Tests of Character

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Why does the BCCI hate DRS?

No, it's not because there is something charming about human error

1. When Hawk-eye was first introduced, the BCCI thought:

2. HotSpot, according to the BCCI, is:

3. The BCCI thinks Snicko is:

4. Every time the ICC brings up the issue of mandatory DRS, the BCCI says:

5. When the BCCI says the DRS is not 100% accurate, what it really means is:

6. The BCCI thinks technology is best used for:

7. When it was told that the system could be improved by handing over control to the third umpire, the BCCI said:

8. If the ICC manages to push through a mandatory DRS, the BCCI will:

9. What sort of consensus would make the BCCI happy?

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