The clamour to use the technology aimed at reducing umpiring errors has been growing but India have opposed UDRS as they are adamant the ball-tracking tool is not accurate enough.
UDRS was not used in India's recent series against Australia, New Zealand and South Africa and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary N Srinivasan said there was no real chance of the world's richest cricket body changing its stance.
"We don't accept this technology. We are not going to use it in any bilateral series," Srinivasan told Reuters over the phone.
Cricket South Africa could not convince BCCI to use UDRS in the ongoing series and an annoyed Proteas captain Graeme Smith said the International Cricket Council (ICC) should make it mandatory.
"The ICC needs to take responsibility and lead the way when it comes to the review system," Smith said after losing the Durban test against India where a couple of dubious decisions hurt his team.
"They can't just let the boards decide and negotiate it. Using the UDRS once every seven series is not going to help anybody."
Australia's stand-in captain Michael Clarke shared Smith's view on uniformity.