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Cricket-Kohli hints at end to India's dogged DRS resistance

KOLKATA, Sept 29 (Reuters) - India test captain Virat Kohli remains sceptical on the accuracy of ball-tracking technology but hinted India might be ready to finally embrace the Decision Review System (DRS).
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