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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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In 2008 The Adil Ray Show won the best radio show category at the UK Asian Music Awards.
After his death, he received the Legends award at the UK Asian Music Awards.
The London-based Curry Life Magazine, which promotes entrepreneurs in curry houses nationwide, welcomed 600 guests to the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, where awards were given to 16 top UK Asian entrepreneurs, including Labas Miah of Pan Ahar.
Rickets, thought to have been a disease of Victorian Britain, has returned as a modern health problem, with the UK Asian community being particularly at risk (Callaghan et al 2006, Pearce et al 2010).
Tara Arts' bold restaging of Macbeth in a modern UK Asian setting uses Indian movement and music to give a new angle on Shakespeare's darkest play.
Targeted at UK Asian casino players and players who enjoy the Macau gaming experience there are over 50 multi-platform games to choose from including Asian Live Dealer Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat.
TOP UK Asian singer Nafees is headlining this one-day celebration of South Asian arts.
The UK Asian Football Championships will come to a thrilling climax at Ibrox next weekend.
Live music throughout the day, including top UK Asian acts Roach Killa, Nafees, Mumzy, Dhol Unit, Asif Khan, Deen Janjua, Rabbayat Jahan, Soni J & Khiza, Parvez Khan, Usman Rehman, Sparkaman and many more.
After having burnt up music charts with his Bollywood songs, Bohemia's highly awaited album Da Rap Star, written and produced entirely by Bohemia, hit number one on the Planet M Chart, India, and is nominated as the Best Punjabi Album at the UK Asian Music Awards.
In 2007, Shahid Mazhar founded Prestige Records, which released Khan's UK debut smash hit single Ni Nachleh, a hit single that quickly reached number one on various UK Asian radio and television channels.
A brand new online service looks set to take the UK Asian wedding market by storm.