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Why Pakistanis favor the Military- For Fear
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Dear AllWhy Pakistanis favor Military It is not fear. It is the belief that, this organization is:The best organized Organization> (Consider it as party)It has system that we  are always getting…Continue

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Riaz Haq replied to Mohammad Nusrat Saeed's discussion Why Pakistanis favor the Military- For Fear
"Top #US general warned of a #coup in #Trump’s last days. General Milley: “They may try, but they’re not going to fucking succeed. You can’t do this without the military. You can’t do this without the CIA and the FBI.…"
Jul 14
Riaz Haq replied to Mohammad Nusrat Saeed's discussion Why Pakistanis favor the Military- For Fear
"Meanwhile, the country’s military – always a key player in Pakistan’s politics – receives stunningly high ratings. Fully 87% say the military is having a good influence on the nation, up from an already high 79% in…"
May 29
Ameer Alam replied to Mohammad Nusrat Saeed's discussion Why Pakistanis favor the Military- For Fear
"There is no questions that the components of military are the most organized in the country. However, the affairs of the population must always be run by their elected civilian leaders. But the people of Pakistan have no good choices but to…"
May 25
Riaz Haq replied to Mohammad Nusrat Saeed's discussion Why Pakistanis favor the Military- For Fear
"There does seem to be a sort of loose community of sentiment favouring Punjab among many senior Punjabi army officers and bureaucrats – though one which is endlessly cut across by personal and political ties and ambitions, and by…"
Jan 24
Riaz Haq replied to Mohammad Nusrat Saeed's discussion Why Pakistanis favor the Military- For Fear
"If there is no revolutionary mood among the masses in the heartland of Punjab, revolution also seems highly unlikely in the face of the power of Punjab’s entwined landowning, business, military and bureaucratic elites, and the deep…"
Jan 24
Mohammad Nusrat Saeed commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Stanford Ranks 243 Pakistani Scientists Among World's Top 2%
"Any History of Research papers published by Pakistani Researchers  from 1947 to date? It is heartening to see such developments any way. It may not be recorded but hundreds of papers must been written by our Nuclear Faculty and practicing…"
Nov 25, 2020
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Why Pakistanis favor the Military- For Fear

Dear AllWhy Pakistanis favor Military It is not fear. It is the belief that, this organization is:The best organized Organization> (Consider it as party)It has system that we  are always getting the best of the heads of any organization and produces well trained leadersThe system continues to give  a sensible leader ship compared to so called Politician Duffers (exceptions may be there)Every party takes money from the Public Exchequer whether Politicians or whether Armed Forces.…See More
Oct 28, 2020
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Profile Information

Where do you live?
Ajman
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
M Nusrat Saeed
Which college or university?
NED, Karachi and Liverpool University
Your graduation date?
1967
Your major?
Mechanical engineering
What do you do for a living?
Director / Advisor /Engineering Consultant.
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
PEC, IEpak. New York Academy of Science (ex) Inst. of Forecasters (ex)
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
member NED Alumni G.Secretary PAk Eng Club Abu Dhabi etcetc
Tell us about you:
Professional Experience 53 years:- a Variety of experience local and international. UK, Japan, Germany, Canada , USA
Teaching, Training, Drilling engineer, Projects manager, Operations, Planning and Control, Fuel Control, Dredging, Marine Maintenance, Stainless Steel manufacturing, Rolling, Fabrication, Power generation , Desalination, Research Development, Sales , Marketing, Evaluation and feasibility analysis , Inspections, Calibrations etc. Now owns and heading an Engineering company in UAE.

Written several tech papers published in International Journals - Did M.Eng. from Liverpool University in 1972. BE from Karachi University 1967
What are your hobbies?
Computers, Photography, Teaching and training
Your favorite books?
Any book on innovation - 100 most influential men in history
Website:
http://www.cangulf.com
Favorite Music:
Semi classical Urdu
English soft vintage
Favorite TV Shows:
Comedy shows - Discovery, National Geographic and similar NASA TV

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