Bilateral relations between India and Australia: Jaishankar gets cricket lessons from Steve Waugh at SCG


India-Australia Bilateral Relations: S Jaishankar meets Steve Waugh – India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had a lengthy cricket chat on Tuesday…

Bilateral relations between India and Australia: S Jaishankar meets Steve Waugh- Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had a lengthy cricket chat with former Australia captain Steve Waugh on Tuesday. Follow the latest cricket updates with InsideSport.IN

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Bilateral relations between India and Australia: Indian Foreign Minister meets Australian legends Steve Waugh and takes cricket lessons at SCG – Check Photos

Jaishankar, who is on an official visit to Australia, took the time to visit the Sydney cricket ground. World Cup-winning captain Waugh, who has a strong connection to India, took Jaishankar around the historic SCG and the two also talked about the game.

“Cricket is one of the many ties that bind India and Australia. I took the time to visit @scg and meet a living legend, Steve Waugh,” Jaishankar tweeted.

“Appreciated his warm feelings for India, both on cricket and otherwise. Particularly captivated by the story of his experiences with @sachin_rt,” the Foreign Minister said, referring to the great Sachin Tendulkar.

Waugh, who was unable to win a series of tests in India as captain, is also known for his philanthropic work in the country.
Jaishankar left India last week for a week-long tour of New Zealand and Australia.

Bilateral relations between India and Australia: Indian Foreign Minister meets Australian legends Steve Waugh and takes cricket lessons at SCG – Check Photos

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