ICC panel to meet in September over India''s WADA opposition

DUBAI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) panel formed to resolve the Indian board''s opposition to the World Anti-Doping Agency "whereabouts" clause will convene in Dubai on Sept. 5-6 to discuss the issue.

The five-member committee, which includes former India skipper Anil Kumble, will address the security and privacy concerns raised by Indian players, who refused to ratify the agreement and were backed by their influential national board.

The group held a teleconference on Wednesday to fix the terms of reference with WADA director general David Howman joining in as independent adviser, an ICC release said on Thursday.