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At 5:25pm on September 20, 2007, Faisal Masood said…
how are you. at least upload ur pix. its easy to recognize folks if there is a pix.
i hope u remember me becoz we met in CDC :)
At 10:33pm on September 20, 2007, Shahzad Ali said…
Yes Bhai I do remember you. How can I forget bro..
At 11:05pm on September 20, 2007, Muhammad Khalilullah said…
Hello Farough. Khalil here . Dawn News, Ex CDCian. good to see this site.
At 11:36pm on October 3, 2007, Asif Abdullah Shaikh said…
Kia haal hain Faroogh,

Suna hey Eid ke baad Sehre ke phool khil rahe hain ..
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