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Where do you live?
Canada
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Sharif
Which college or university?
NED Engineering College/Oregon State University, USA
Your graduation date?
1974 BE(Electrical) / 1982 (MS Electrical-Power Systems)
Your major?
Electrical(Power Systems)
What do you do for a living?
Working with Siemens Canada
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
Senior Member MIEEE
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
Board Member of NED Alumni Association and helping NEDIANS in Canada
Tell us about you:
Presently working as Business Development Manager with Siemens Canada.
Rotory Scholor
Senior Member IEEE USA.
Board Member NED Alumni Association Canada
Board Member Pakistan Canadian Friendship Association
Board Member Family Gold Club
Board Member Pak Canadian Association of Professionals
Member MultiCultural Association of Canada
What are your hobbies?
Music, Tennis, Squash and Swimming
Your favorite books?
Books written by Dale Carnegie
Website:
http://none
Favorite Music:
Indian Music
Favorite TV Shows:
CNN Discussions/BBC News

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At 8:56pm on January 6, 2008, Riaz Haq said…
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