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 Gay Games VI 
 Pakistani gay human rights activist
 Interview
 
 Uma Kali-Shakti  
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Imran Nafees Siddiqui is interviewed by Uma Kali-Shakti, from "Gaywaves" 2SER FM (Sydney)
Producer: Uma Kali-Shakti gaywaves@hotmail.com
Uploaded by: Michael Schembri gaywaves@hotmail.com
On November 2 one of the significant marks of the Gay Games Opening Ceremony was the united enrance into Aussie Stadium of the Indian and Pakistani participants. Their appearance caused a huge roar.

Uma Kali-Shakti, from "Gaywaves"/2SER FM (Sydney Australia - www.2ser.com) later met up with Imran Nafees Siddiqui, one of the Pakistani participants, to learn more about gay issues in Pakistan as well as about the decision by Indian and Pakistanis to walk together.

The music is from the track "Hangama Hai Kyon Barpa" (Why Is There Such A Commotion) by Ghulam Ali, from the album "Music From The Tealands" (Putumayo label)

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