The White Ferns went into lockdown on Monday, and the police and counter-terrorism agencies were called in.
ECB arrived at the decision to withdraw after deliberating over the weekend, pulling out of what would have been the country's first tour of Pakistan since 2005.
According to ESPN Cricinfo, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) are still adamant and have not thought about postponement which has irked the senior players and support staff.
The ECB wants the ICC to address the issue and expect that a forfeiture would be granted so they can claim insurance as they are going to lose 40 million pounds if the match is declared abandoned.
The fifth Test was cancelled after a COVID-19 outbreak in the Indian camp which made visiting players reluctant to play.
Bengaluru celebrities look back at their earliest role models ahead of Teacher's Day.
Sanjay Patel is happy with the success of the tournament, claiming that 16.1 million people have watched The Hundred on television.
Ben Stokes, who has been playing for county side Durham following a finger injury suffered on Indian Premier League duty, is now set to make his first England appearance since March.
Tests on Monday, a day after the team's last ODI against Sri Lanka in Bristol, revealed seven infections among three players and four staff.
Williamson had a GBP 80,000 (USD 110,000) contract with Birmingham Phoenix and had stayed back in the UK after leading his team to the World Test Championship glory against India.
Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler are under investigation by the ECB after their tweets, mocking Indians, surfaced on the social media on Wednesday.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has made it clear they have a zero-tolerance policy for any sort of discrimination.
Jofra Archer will return to light training this week, working closely with the Sussex and England men's medical teams.
England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said in a statement that it will make an assessment of all-rounder Ben Stokes' availability after the conclusion of the trial in Bristol.
The ECB said Smith, who succeeds James Whitaker, would be part of a 'new approach to scouting, assessing and selecting players for the senior men's Test, T20 and one-day sides'.