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Yogis hold International Women’s Day party at Panjabi Centre, Ilford

PUBLISHED: 16:16 14 March 2016 | UPDATED: 16:16 14 March 2016

International Women's day celebrated at the Panjabi Centre, Ley Street, Ilford

International Women's day celebrated at the Panjabi Centre, Ley Street, Ilford

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Women celebrating International Women’s Day got together to “inspire” each other last week.

Retired GP Sudarshan Kapur, who holds a weekly yoga class, got her students together to mark the occasion.

Almost 50 women ate pakoras and samosas and danced the afternoon away after talking about female empowerment at the Panjabi Centre, Ley Street, Ilford.

“It was very nice,” said the former doctor, of The Drive, South Woodford.

“It’s very important to inspire each other to achieve things, it’s about empowering women in politics and economics.

“It’s a day for us to enjoy ourselves too.”


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