Balkar


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Balkar:

see Kabardino-Balkar RepublicKabardino-Balkar Republic
or Kabardino-Balkaria,
constituent republic (1990 est. pop. 760,000), c.4,800 sq mi (12,400 sq km), SE European Russia, in the northern part of the Caucasus Mts. Nalchik is the capital.
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Balkar and a friend, Carl Crowther, from Halifax, braved the four-day, 1,500-mile drive from Calais to the Italian capital in a K-reg Honda Civic.
Balkar was among a group of Sikhs protesting the visit of the Dera Sacha Sauda organisation's leader outside a local shopping mall on Friday evening.
Balkar, an IT engineer at Calderdale College, and Carl will drive among around 100 other jalopies making their way to Rome for charity.
Balkar, 41, said: "We had a fantastic time and really enjoyed meeting everyone and being part of the action.
Balkar Dhami, of Alfall Road, Stoke Heath, Coventry, mounted the pavement and crashed into the two women pedestrians just yards from his home.
Rupert Welch, balkar Jawanda and Gurdial Randhwa were on target for Kahalsa.
The co- accused in the case have been identified as Hardayal Singh, Simranjeet Singh, Satnam Singh, Jasbir Singh alias Sonu, Balwinder Singh, Balkar Singh and Baaj Singh.
Her on-screen husband, Salman Khan, is also superb as the patriotic Sikh soldier, Balkar Singh, ready to die for his country.
on the road again Brothers Harjinder (left) and Balkar Dhothar at the Czechwrecks banger rally last year.
Rattled by a poor start that saw them concede a sloppy goal, Khalsa pulled level at the break with a neatly-contrived finish by Balkar Jawanda and nudged in front via Raghbir Singh.
But with 15 minutes left a penalty flick by Balkar Jawanda brought the visitors back into the game.