PUNE (India) The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has not yet accepted the WADAs whereabouts clause, it was learnt here Tuesday. The Whereabouts clause is about the information provided by a limited number of top athletes about their location to the international sports federation or national anti-doping organization that included them in their respective registered testing pool as part of these top elite athletes anti-doping responsibilities. According to the highly placed sources in Dubai, the Indian cricket board has still not come out of their reservations over this clause. BCCI president Shashank Manohar, when approached for the confirmation in Nagpur, said that the clause has not yet been accepted fully by the BCCI but added, We are confidant of resolving the crisis in a weeks time. There will be no issue thereafter. The ICC in its recent board meeting in Singapore had approved the revised rules with minor amendments to be agreed relating to the detailed whereabouts provision of the ICC Anti-doping Code. The code is scheduled to come into effect on August 1, 2010. Haroon Lorgat is reported to have said: I am satisfied that we have now resolved the long outstanding issue of filing whereabouts information and the contribution of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in finding a solution needs to be acknowledged. This is a complex area for players and administrators. Shashank Manohar refused to divulge the what the minor amendments are being sought for. The WADA has not yet heard from the ICC on this particular matter. We will be in a position to comment once we have received detailed information from the ICC and once we have had a chance to review their amended rules, FrTdTric DonzT, the Senior Manager, Media Relations & Communications, said from Montreal.