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Zafar Ul-Islam
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Electrical Engineering
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Managing a Mailing List and Web site of our Batch
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I am working as Technology Specialist at Microsoft Corporation, Pakistan since 2001 and based in Karachi Office.

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At 11:13am on September 19, 2007, Muhammad Shoaib said…
Assalamo Alykum Zafar, Kiya haal hain aap kay
At 2:10pm on September 20, 2007, Muhammad Shoaib said…
life is as usual .... working with a same company for 4 years now ...

inshAllah, planning to visit PK next year ...

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