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Mountain View
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Tried to a lot but corruption does not let it go. However, started a research center in othe Kharachi Univ.
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Joining this network just to talk about corruption in education institutions of Pakistan

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At 8:58pm on April 26, 2008, Riaz Haq said…
welcome Aboard!
Did get ur email. Sorry about delay.
Would love to have breakfast or lunch soon.
Will call you.

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