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I cannot forget Javed's six off Sharma: Thackeray

July 30, 2004

Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray, known for his strong views on Indo-Pak cricketing ties, on Friday sprung a surprise when he met former Pakistan captain and national coach Javed Miandad.

They met at Thackeray's suburban Bandra residence in Mumbai.

"I like Javed as a cricketer and cannot forget the lofty six he hit off Chetan Sharma to win the Australasia Cup in Sharjah in 1986," the Sena chief, an cricket buff, told reporters.

Former India skipper and vice-president of the Mumbai Cricket Association Dilip Vengsarkar accompanied Miandad to the Sena chief's residence.

Miandad said it was a 'courtesy visit'.

Photograph: Jewella C Miranda


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Sub: The Tiger and the Fox

I am confused with the meeting the SS chief Bal Thackeray and Javed Miandad. Knowing Balasaheb's views on Muslims I wonder what the meeting was ...


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Sub: miandad meets thackeray

even i too likes bal thackeray & javed miandad-ji, but sometimes i really hate bal thackeray & his co-associates, bcoz of their illegal statements & ...


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Sub: Thackeray love for cricket

World environment has changed. I hope Mr. Thackweray will projet himself as secular leader fighting for the just cause of his community and not to ...


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Sub: Bala Saheb's invitation to Javed

Let us share with the Siv Sena Supremo's view which is breaking the ice for better relations. He was gracious in acknowledging the GREAT SIX ...


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miandad has the real sportsmanship, also caliber into the social life, meeting all the corners of life. the great quality of the great sportsman. i ...


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