How India weeds out its suspect actions

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Seventy - the number of suspect actions in representative cricket in India when the BCCI took stock after the first IPL in 2008. One hundred and thirty-five - the number of suspect actions a year later, after most of the bowlers hoodwinked the three-man committee set up to wipe the malaise out. They would bowl with different actions during testing and rehabilitation at academies, and continue chucking in actual match situations. Thirty-five - the number now, five years later, after the committee comprising S Venkataraghavan, Javagal Srinath and former umpire AV Jayaprakash came down hard on players with suspect actions.

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How did they not weed out the

How did they not weed out the ones that have played international cricket...the Ashwins, Ojha, Harbajans etc?

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