Samreen Iqbal
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jan 2007
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nothing but i want to do something
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i m working in siemens as a trainee engineer

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At 1:52am on September 26, 2007, Afifa Rahatulain said…
salam!! kia hal hain?? hows life going?
At 9:39pm on October 3, 2007, Afifa Rahatulain said…
kahan yar abhi tk transcript ka form nahi jama kerwaya:(
job going fine:) kafi speed pakar li hai prjct ne bur humne shru men kuch ziada hi speed pakri hui thi to ajkal hum maze men hain:)

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