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Indian club

a bottle-shaped club, usually used in pairs by gymnasts, jugglers, etc.
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Later in the day at 7:30pm, the Indian Club is also hosting a cultural event where the ambassador will be in attendance.
He was also involved with the Indian School Bahrain, Co-ordination Committee of Indian Associations, the Indian Club, World Malayalee Council, Kerala Christian Ecumenical Council and the Bahrain Expatriate Football League, among other groups.
Tribune News Network Indian Club Gaveliers Qatar recently celebrated its first anniversary with a grand function.
Fullerton, CA, April 16, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Mad Fitness Equipment, a division of My Mad Methods Magazine, has recently added a highly functional thousand-year-old piece of training equipment to their fitness product lineup: the wooden Indian Club. Wooden Indian Clubs were used by ancient warriors to increase upper body flexibility and joint mobility, and can now be purchased by anyone online.
They found an advocate in their school counselor, a Yakama woman who helped them form the Wapato Indian Club dance troupe, a form of cultural tourism that sought to bring intercultural understanding and increased self-esteem among American Indian youth through the club's performances.
College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram alumni association Qatar Chapter (Cet-Q), hosted a farewell party in honour of one of its founder members, K Sivadasan, and his wife Saraswati at the Indian Club. The couple is leaving Qatar after more than two decades here.
Bora represented the Indian Club, Bahrain, while Anto was from the Indian Social Centre, Fujairah.
The fundraiser takes place at the West Indian Club, in Spon Street, city centre, on Saturday, September 30.
It's that time of year again, when all of Bahrain's aspiring 'belles of the ball' get set to hit the catwalk in their quest to win the coveted Indian Club May Queen title.
The sessions will take place from 6am in Princess Sabeeka Park, Awali; from 7am at the Indian Club, Gudaibiya; from 8am at Pure Yoga, Hamala; from 9am at the Sports Training Complex, Saar; from 10am at Fitness First, Juffair; from 11am at the Indian Club, Gudaibiya; from midday at the Indian Ladies Association, located on Old Palace Road; and from 1pm at Jacques Dessange, Adliya.
AN EVENING of entertainment including African drumming and dancing, poetry reading and guest speakers will be taking place at the West Indian Club in Spon Street, Coventry, on Thursday, March 24.
POPULAR Konkani singer Prajoth D'sa from Mangalore will perform live at the Indian Club Auditorium on Friday, starting at 6pm.

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