Indian club


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Indian club

a bottle-shaped club, usually used in pairs by gymnasts, jugglers, etc.
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Indian Club swinging was originally used in Persian or Iranian martial arts, later adapted by pehlwani wrestlers in India, and eventually adopted by British soldiers in the 19th century.
30pm at the Indian Club and entry is free of charge.
In the Under-10 final Prachi Praveen Shetty beat Sanjana Venkatesh 21-10, 21-11, while in the Under-12 Years final Indian Club member Mallika Bhatia overcame fellow club player Mugdha Gupta 21-7, 22-24, 21-17.
The event is backed by Coventry City Council, the West Indian Club, Cariba Women's Centre, the Holyhead Youth Centre and Coventry Black Experience.
The event will be held at the Indian Club premises on May 8 from 7pm.
The event was staged at the West Indian Club, Spon Street on Saturday.
Class is holding a fundraising dance at the West Indian Club, Spon Street, on Saturday February 19, starting at 9pm.
BMMI defeated Ashes via the super over in the Indian Club 7-A-Side Indian Expat Cricket Tournament at the club premises.
CELEBRATIONS to mark Labour Day will be held at the Indian Club next week.
It took a super over to decide the winner of a thrilling contest in the Indian Club 7-A-Side Indian Expat Cricket Tournament, at the club premises.
AN EVENING of comedy from Mumbai will be held at the Indian Club next month.
Al Seef Jewellers scored the highest total of the tournament after they were put in to bat as they made 124 runs for the loss of three wickets in their allotted six overs in the Indian Club 7-A-Side Indian Expat Cricket Tournament, sponsored by Rohi International, Raymond International, Bahrain Workshop Company, at the Indian Club premises.

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