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Where do you live?
Espoo, Finland
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Which college or university?
Helsinki University of Technology
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Your major?
Computers Networks
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Member of Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)

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At 4:22am on October 18, 2007, Sheikh Adeel Danish said…
aoa,welcome bhai jan.kese mizaj hein...theek thaak....:-)
eid kesi guzri apki...?
At 4:31am on October 18, 2007, Sheikh Adeel Danish said…
gud...tampere bhi ghoom liye itni jaldi:-) zabrdst yar...bus yar thesis mushkil he kafi..bulke lag raha he..kunke russian supervisor he mera..anyway we have also made PSA Finlandcommunity here..u may also join it.

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