Asif Bhimla
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Where do you live?
Karachi
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Asif Bhimla
Which college or university?
NED University of Engineering and Technology
Your graduation date?
April 2001
Your major?
Mechanical
What do you do for a living?
Job
Website:
http://asifbhimla.blogspots.com

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At 8:58pm on October 3, 2007, Javed Surti said…
Hello Asif ,
Just looking your surname and wondering if you live in Block 17. If so then may be we are from same community.
Here is brief introduction: I did Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering and passed out in1997 right now I'm in USA.
my personel email is mjsurti@hotmail.com
Rest is fine and Keep in touch

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