Indian cricket authorities say the proposed day-night test against New Zealand in October remains on track.
The BCCI secretary has dismissed a local media report that New Zealand had rejected the idea.
In April, the BCCI decided one match of a three-Test series against New Zealand would be a day-night affair, pending trials of the pink ball in a domestic tournament, with Kolkata's Eden Gardens a popular choice for the contest.
A local media report claimed New Zealand Cricket was wary of the dew factor and ground conditions in India during the series, scheduled to start in September, and had conveyed its reluctance to BCCI officials.
BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke, in a text message to Reuters, said the plan remained very much on.
New Zealand Cricket has confirmed the Black Caps, who played the first pink-ball Test against Australia in November, were committed to a day-night Test in India.