• Saturday, August 8, 2020
Aamir Hussain
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Gender:
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Birthday:
Feb 16, 1963 (Age: 57)
Location:
Karachi
Occupation:
Chief Executive Officer of a Telecom Operator

Aamir Hussain

PDF THINK TANK: CONSULTANT, Male, 57, from Karachi

Aamir Hussain was last seen:
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    1. Irfan Baloch
      Irfan Baloch
      no pressure
      but now.. would need you a lot more on regular basis
      and of course congradulations on promotion
    2. Adios Amigo
      Adios Amigo
      Congrats......For being promoted to the elite squad......You truly deserved it....Looking forward to more good stuff from you!

      Regards!
    3. mjnaushad
      mjnaushad
      Congratz on becoming Blue.... :)
    4. anathema
      anathema
      Field Marshal Sam Bahadur Manekshaw. COAS 1971.
    5. anathema
      anathema
      Great posts Aamir on the nuclear thread. Pleasure to read them.
    6. DESERT FIGHTER
    7. Irfan Baloch
      Irfan Baloch
      hi

      let me know the name of your cousin, re Air defence . I am interested to know

      thanks
    8. MastanKhan
      MastanKhan
      Aamir,

      Good job buddy---you didn't need me---but then what is team work for---.
    9. nightcrawler
      nightcrawler
      I ain't disappointed at all; rater business people way too present-mind than us engineers :)
    10. nightcrawler
      nightcrawler
      @ Plastic Millitary Modeling
      Salam;
      sir are you chemical engineer or a Material Science one & where you have done your engineering
      Kind regards;;
    11. shoaib khalil
      shoaib khalil
      as salam-o-alykom
      sir
    12. MastanKhan
      MastanKhan
      Hi Amir,

      The posting was to share with readers that there are hurdles and disabilities in every household. What seperates the ordinary from the extraordinary is how you face them and overcome them.

      It was also meant for the reader to show more compassion to the families with disabled---and how do you do that---when you find one of your very own---who is living through this or has lived through this---you become more conscious and concerned---because it is hitting closer to home now.

      Why do I say that---because I see a lots of compassion and emotion in this place---I have utmost respect for every member on this board and I know there are a lots of them who reciprocate in the same manner towards me.

      So, if we can reach those, who, previously had no experience with anyone with disability, didnot have their lives altered because of the handicap, didnot have any compassion for people with handicap, thought that the disabled were a children of a different God, OR THE PARENTS WERE BEING PUNISHED FOR THEIR SINS---if we could just change this attitude of some of them, I would say that we have then achieved another milestone.
    13. Aamir Hussain
      Aamir Hussain
      Really sorry to hear about your loss. The pain never really goes away -- even with the passage of time --- some relationships are that way.

      However, I am in a way, glad that the discussion was about something in the past.

      May God keep you and your loved ones safe.

      Take care,

      Aamir
    14. MastanKhan
      MastanKhan
      Hi,

      There is nothing to it now----she passed away almost 40 years ago---it was just the human factor that we were talking about.

      Sometimes, something pops up out of the blue and you know what---you say--I have been there---now I can understand the pain of that person better---today I can also acknowledge the pain of my father in a manner thaty I didnot know about at that time.

      That is what it was all about---humanity is a people business---you have to reach out and touch someone---and nothing more important than sharing some of our personal stories of hardships---it makes us look human and it makes the young reader conscious.

      So many of us have family members with disabilities---and so many of them have to live life and move around feeling embarrassed and humiliated by the constant stares and comments passed around by people---that just to carry the weight of your disabled child in public becomes a nightmare.

      So, I wanted to share some part of me with the board members here and I know that out of 25000 strong, some can relate to me---others will look at disabled people in a different manner---that is what it was all about.
    15. MastanKhan
      MastanKhan
      Amir Hussein,

      Looky o looky---you have some very distinguished guests visiting you lately.

      Would love to see you in think tank.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Feb 16, 1963 (Age: 57)
    Location:
    Karachi
    Occupation:
    Chief Executive Officer of a Telecom Operator
    Country:
    Pakistan
    Location:
    Pakistan
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    Studied in US and did a two plus year stint with US Army R.O.T.C. Did some courses of military science as part of my ROTC course.