I, Mohammed Ifteqaruddin, Badge #140948 Technical Advisor Mechanical Services Ras Tanura Refinery, attended the Saudi Aramco ex-employee Association, Hyderabad, India meeting held at the residence of the General Secretary by the Managing Committee on 21st August 2022, snacks were arranged.
When you perform well in your examinations, it acts as a confidence booster and takes you to the top of this world. Furthermore, it makes your parents and family very proud. This is exactly my feeling sharing the meritorious success of my grandson Shahryaar Mirza...
The NED69ers Group graduated in 1969 from the NED Government Engineering College Karachi. Members are spread all over the globe. They maintain a connection with each other through e-mails and meet occasionally in Karachi or other parts of the world just to refresh their sweet, old memories.
Local businesses are increasing all around the world and many are showcasing hidden talents on a much higher scale. To that end, the Indie Art and Craft Show in Karachi, Pakistan was an exhibition to support local makers and uplift their businesses. In the midst of unprecedented monsoon storms, waterlogged roads, and uncertainty, a lot of people showed up.
The progress meeting of the Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) was held on August 6, 2022 at Faran Club, Karachi, Pakistan. Ghulam Qutubuddin Khan and Muhammad Salim Hamid are out of the country and expect to return very soon to participate in the forthcoming reunion gathering.
Azam Shareef, Aramco Badge #142914, a retired employee of Saudi Aramco who served the company for 39+ years as Medical Referral Coordinator at the Saudi Aramco Health Centre, Medical Referral Office in Dhahran, announces the marriage of his daughter.
Coal remains the largest and one of the cheapest energy sources in the world today. It fulfills 40% of the world’s energy requirement, generating 2 million MW of electricity. It is the majory energy provider for most of the industrial nations of the world, with the US generating 30% (232,772 MW) of its electricity through coal, China 68% (1,046,893 MW) and India 73.5% (233,077 MW).
On June, 1st 2007, Engr. Iqbal Ahmed Khan (VP-Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association)-SAEEA by the grace of Allah (S.W.A.T.) was blessed with a granddaughter, Zoya Imran. Throughout the years, Zoya has matured into one fine and competent young lady. She is a student in Generation’s school; in the future, she plans to study business and is currently working hard to achieve that goal.
Rehmat Ul Alameen Welfare Organization (RAWO) was established in April 2013 in a small house in Korangi, under the supervision of Col (R) Javed Majid, assisted by Qari Saifullah. The aim of RAWO is to uplift the poor people economically: raise education standards, support them financially, increase their earning capacity and provide a platform to excel further.
The progress meeting of the Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) was held on June 04, 2022 at Faran Club, Karachi, Pakistan. It has been decided to increase the SAEEA annual subscription, effective July 1, 2022, from Rs.3000 to Rs.4000.
Man is a social creature by nature. Therefore it is not uncommon for us to gather in groups to celebrate the special occasions in our lives. Sometimes we don’t even need a reason; just a desire to meet with our friends and relatives to share our feelings, happenings and old memories, or partake in family discussions.
Engr. Syed Naushad, youngest son of the late Syed Yousaf Shah (ARAMCO Badge #71533), was nominated as a focal person for “Sustainable Growth of IT Industry in Pakistan.” A memorandum of understanding between the Virtual University of Pakistan and the Pakistan software export board was signed at the Lahore Expo Center here in Lahore, Pakistan in March 2022.
NED69ers gathered once again for a mini-reunion on March 21, 2022. Abdul Majid Adam hosted a dinner at Services Mess, Karachi, in honour of all NED69ers who were available in Karachi as well as a few other friends.
The family celebrated the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Ata Ur Rehman. The small gathering, as tradition, dined out in a sophisticated manner with the only guest being Engr. Iqbal Ahmed Khan, the father of Dr. Kiran Ata Ur Rehman and Vice President of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA).
Amidst two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, PCR testing, isolation, face-mask-wearing and social distancing have now become the new way of traveling in 2022. Just like that, we went on our first backpacking trip this year to Turkey for 10 days. Our life's goal is to witness, experience and explore the world, in which case this was the first of our “Adventures of Samia and Taha” that we would like to share.
Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) celebrated its 23rd Reunion on January 16, 2022 at Lasania Restaurant, Karachi. A total of 84 persons attended the function (55 male, 22 female and 7 children). This reunion was held after an interval of two years mainly due to the current epidemic.
Kamran Ahmed Khan and Bushra Khan went on their honeymoon trip to the Northern Areas of Pakistan on the 18th of October 2021. Kamran had planned it beforehand and it was a surprise to Bushra three days before going.
The trip to Moola Chotuk was a spontaneous decision I made to get away from the pollution and noise of the city. The calmness of nature was the perfect way to recharge and relax, especially as I was in the middle of my exams and the pressure was taking a toll on my mental health. Having a large gap in between my exams was the perfect opportunity.
Time flies, right? Can you believe this baby just turned two? Ayra Khan, daughter of Engr. Bilal Ahmed Khan turned two years old on the 12th of October, 2021. Ayra has already begun to recognize letters and numbers and has started forming sentences. Ayra learns something new every day!
On the 19th of September, after the span of 4 years, Anum Aftab, my Khala, visited Pakistan with her husband, Taimur Barlas. Although she had come to Karachi from the USA, for a very short period of 2 days, as her in-laws resided in Lahore, everyone had a blast together.