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Asian Nation: My life, my roots, my music

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  3. Mr Riz

    Mr Riz

    Mr Riz of Sona Family is a rapper and singer/producer. Born and raised in East London, he say's music saved his life.

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    Raja

    Raja

    Raja is 25 and from Leicester. He say's he definitely wants to have an arranged marriage as opposed to a "love marriage".

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    Rajesh Mirchandani

    Rajesh Mirchandani

    BBC news correspondent Rajesh Mirchandani on why his generation of British Asians is unique

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    Rajesh Mirchandani

    Rajesh Mirchandani

    BBC reporter Rajesh Mirchandani, who moved to the UK as a child, reflects on his ties to India.

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    Rajesh Mirchandani

    Rajesh Mirchandani

    Rajesh Mirchandani reveals an unusual musical past and admits that to him, Asian music is a turn off

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    What Are We Really Celebrating?

    Rajiv

    Millions of Indians will be celebrating independence today...But what are we really celebrating?

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    Indian Muslims and the Partition

    Raju

    I think Indian Muslims paid the biggest price for partition

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    my experience in canada

    ravinder

    when i came to canada

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    Reena Combo

    Reena Combo

    Listen to Reena Combo from Birmingham on why her roots are vital to who she is.

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    Jack of all trades….

    Robert Khan

    I’'m part Indian / part Irish / part English and a dash of Persian

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    Mixed Up Music

    Rohini Kanish

    Rohini Kanish thinks British Asian music is in the midst of an identity crisis.

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    The Future's Bright

    Rooful Amim Ali

    Rooful Amim Ali thinks the future holds no boundaries for the next generation of British Asians.

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     Rozina Sini

    Rozina Sini, presenter of The Wrap on why she feels more British than Asian.

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    Rozina Sini

    Rozina Sini

    Rozina Sini’s reveals her family’s journey - from Pakistan to a life in Bradford’s mills.

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    Rozina Sini

    Rozina Sini

    Rozina Sini on how music brings people together and how far Asian women have made it in music.

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    Designer Could have been at deaths door but is not!

    Rukaya Chandia

    Muslim, Woman, Indian ex Graduate everything against me but I changed things

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  5. Samiya Naqvi

    Samiya Naqvi

    Samiya Naqvi from the North West says it can be hard to integrate and still be true to her faith

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    Religious Tensions Between Asian Communities

    Sandeep Manku

    Sandeep Manku from Bradford describes the tensions between British Asian communities in West Yorkshire.

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    Sandeep Rai

    Sandeep Rai

    Sandeep Rai talks about her career opportunities.

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    British Asian-icity

    Sanjay Jobanputra

    Being British and Asian after parents migrated here from East Africa

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    I was forced into marriage

    Sara Serena Raphael

    Sara Serena Raphael describes how marrying a man from Pakistan she'd never met before affected her life.

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    Young Marriage

    Shafia Khatun

    Shafia Khatun remembers her confusion when she came to the UK aged just 15 to get married.

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    Partition

    Shazia Iqbal

    Shazia Iqbal from Leeds describes how the effects of the partition are still felt across the world.

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    Sheni Ravji Smith

    Sheni Ravji Smith

    Sheni Ravji Smith from Manchester on her own identity and the future of the British Asian community.

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    Shihab Salib

    Shihab Salib

    This is Shihab Salib, editor of ASIANA magazine. He moved to the UK 21 years ago and loves his work.

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    Shikha Malhotra

    Shikha Malhotra

    Ma name is Shikha Malhotra I am 21 years old belong to a Indian family born and brought up in Belgium moved to India at the age of 18 for a year, then moved to Ireland for a year and 6months and from there finally ended up in London.

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    Shinn

    Shinn

    East meets West - Shin, the lead singer of British Asian band DCS, thinks being British Asian has enriched his music.

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    Suleman Motala

    Suleman Motala

    Suleman Motala explains how people's attitudes towards him have changed since the 7/7 bombings.

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    Suliman Ali

    Suliman Ali

    Suliman Ali from Oldham believes that young British-Asians are becoming too materialistic.

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    Sunny Hundal

    Sunny Hundal

    Sunny Hundal was born in London but lived in India when he was young. Find out why he's set up a think tank on the British Asian issues.

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  7. Realise and reconise

    Thair Ilyas

    The asain communities are named a bad influence around us. but what is the truth?

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    Wealth

    Tony Thiaray

    Tony Thiaray asks why so many British Asians have had success in the UK.

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