NEW DELHI (AFP) - India's powerful cricket board on Thursday said it would continue to oppose the umpire decision review system despite a recommendation for its use in all international games. Following a two-day meeting at Lord's, the cricket committee of the International Cricket Council (ICC) recommended on Wednesday that the review system be used across all international games. The decision on whether to extend the use of the technology will now be taken by the ICC's executive board in June. "I am a member of the executive board. We will put forward the BCCI's position, which is very clear right from the start, when the executive board meets," N. Srinivasan, secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), told AFP.