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Asian Magazine


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A new-look Asian Magazine returns with a new season of features, film reports and entertainment.
The first programme coincides with HaJ, when millions of Muslims make the annual holy pilgrimage to Mecca. An eminent theologian talks about the significance of this event and the festival of Eid-Ul-Adha which is not just a day of celebration but also of sacrifice.
There's a new series of six film profiles of young Asians about their efforts, aspirations and achievements. In the first profile of the series meet RANA SINGH CHUHUAN, a karate teacher from Bristol.
In addition IFTIKHAR ARlF talks to the well-known Indian playright and poet UPENDRA NATH ASHK.
The programme also includes a specially recorded Hamd to celebrate the festival of Eid-Ul-Adha.
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill


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