Mumbai: The result of the International Cricket Council's deliberations over the Decision Review System (DRS) and the Future Tour Program (FTP) is symptomatic of what is wrong with that archaic body.
Those two decisions were lumped together to hammer out a compromise to keep "everyone" happy, rather than being decided on the basis of what was best for the game. And in most cases for "everyone", you can substitute India.
The BCCI or at least some of their senior players are right to have reservations about the ball tracking system and other technologies previously used in reviewing decisions. They are occasionally flawed and in some cases involve a human hand in arriving at their conclusion.