British Asian


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British Asian

A person who, for the purposes of equal opportunity monitoring in the UK, has an ethnic origin from a former British colony (e.g., Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, British Hong Kong) regardless of where he/she was raised or educated.
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It will be a celebration of the wide spectrum of music inspired, created and adopted by the British Asian communities and beyond.
He was addressing as chief guest at London Grand Iftar dinner titled "Bridge on common grounds" was jointly organized by British Muslim Foundation, World Congress of Overseas Pakistan (WCOP) and British Asian Trust here at a local hotel the last evening.
KARACHI -- The Pakistan Cricket Board, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, today announced a three-year partnership with the prestigious British Asian Trust with an aim to further strengthen support for their mental health programme in Pakistan.
The Hajra Yamin - starrer made their way to the British Asian Film Festival, which also marked their world premiere.
More pupils from Arab, Asian and British Asian families are participating in sport three times a week compared to results three years ago.
The two men were also together at the (https://www.express.co.uk/celebrity-news/555992/Simon-Cowell-Lauren-Silverman-Prince-Charles-British-Asian-Trust) British Asian Trust dinner in 2015 alongside Lauren Silverman and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
"This trade mission is an opportunity for local businesses to directly benefit from the links within the British Asian community to India."
For she hopes that more British Asian women will follow her example.
Football agent Baljit Rihal - a second-generation British Asian himself - has taken a keen interest in rewarding those who are making an impact through the biennial AFA, but he is frustrated by the fact the UK's three million-strong South Asian community (4.9 per cent of the entire population) translated to only nine professionals in the top four divisions of English football at the end of last season.
Since the establishment of the first theatre companies in the late Seventies, British Asian theatre has been active across the UK, articulating on the stage the different realities of South Asian communities in the country, while increasing the visibility of Asian culture in Britain and contributing to propelling it into the cultural mainstream.

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