Four cyclists to spread AIDS message


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  • Friday, 07 Feb 2003

TAIPING: After being emptied of their pockets at gunpoint in Bangladesh, four men from India have not been deterred to carry out what they had set out to do – spread the message about the dangers of AIDS and the need for world peace, by cycling around the globe. 

The four who set out from Bombay on Sept 4 last year, arrived here a week ago and decided to seek shelter at a Sikh temple. 

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