Some of the important decisions the ICC took at its annual conference were: a watered-down DRS was made mandatory in Tests and ODIs; Associates were back in contention for World Cup 2015, but lost four spots in the World Twenty20; runners were scrapped. The only major decision the ICC deferred was the one on scrapping the rotation policy for electing its president. Here's ESPNcricinfo's full coverage of the conference.

June 1, 2011
Rob Steen - It's India v the rest of the world

June 6
News - ICC may end rotation system for president

June 18
Sharda Ugra - The ridiculous resistance to the DRS

June 24
News - DRS, World Cup 2015 format top agenda

June 25
News - More Tests for major countries in FTP draft
News - 'Howard rejection led to review of rotation policy'

June 26
News - No major issues discussed on opening day
Sharda Ugra - Will the right decisions be taken?
Sidharth Monga - Let's talk about the DRS

June 27
News - Agreement on DRS after Hot Spot is made mandatory
News - Runners abolished, ODI and run-out laws tweaked
News - Qualifying event revives Associate hopes for 2015
News - Cook, Kandamby welcome DRS implementation
News - A victory for both ICC and BCCI

June 28
News - Associates included in 2015 World Cup
Sambit Bal - The ICC's decision needs a review
Sharda Ugra - Eyes turn to the ICC presidency issue

June 29
News - ICC defers decision on presidency
News - Pakistan asks to stage ICC event in 2018
News - Minnows to protest World Twenty20 ruling
Rob Steen - Two tier or not two tier?
News - Champions League window in confirmed FTP

June 30
News - Boards given two-year deadline to democratise
News - Runner rule was being abused, says ICC
News - ICC moots sponsors to fund revamped DRS
News - PCB satisfed with meeting's results
News - Cost, structure behind Twenty20 culling - ICC
News - FTP's pink boxes await Indo-Pak dates