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Where do you live?
karachi
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
saad akhter
Which college or university?
ned
Any fellow Pakistani Alumni living near you?
yup
Your graduation date?
2008
Your major?
electrical
What do you do for a living?
breathing n enjoying my life
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
nothing
What are your hobbies?
cricket,reading novels,nowadays badminton and chating

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At 6:02pm on October 25, 2007, Adeel Razi said…
arey i am a bit surprised to hear this...believe me i didn't made that paper..whats wrong with it? course mey sey nahi tha kia?

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