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Where do you live?
Taunsa
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Mir Taimoor Khan Buzdar
Which college or university?
BZU Multan
Any fellow Pakistani Alumni living near you?
No
Your graduation date?
2009
Your major?
Computer Science
What do you do for a living?
Teacher
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
No
What are your hobbies?
Blogging
Your favorite books?
Holy Quran
Website:
http://https://www.ilmiblog.com/

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