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Mahebub Rupani

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On this page I attempt to share personal opinion, comments and interests.
"Links and photos" provide access to some interesting and useful webpages.

Comments and news of interest

"Islam Is a Faith of Reason"
"Karim Aga Khan IV, descendant of the prophet Muhammad and spiritual leader of 20 million Ismaili Muslims, discusses the foundations of his faith, the controversy over the pope's recent statements about Islam and ways of preventing a global clash between religions."
October 12, 2006
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Fighting MS:
"Man with MS bikes to fight disease, raise money for others affected"
- NeighborhoodPost, May 03, 2006
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"3 Days - 50 Miles - Closer to Cure" .pdf format
- The Challenge Journal, September 9-11, 2005

Demutualization and Acquisition
Mutual insurance companies scramble to expand

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1. Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat in Canada
2. Camera phone saves man from deadly spider
3. Democratic Development, Pluralism and Civil Society
4. Royal invite for tiffin carriers
5. Church air is 'threat to health'
6. Humans are 'born to run'
7. 'Paradise is a garden, and Cairo now has its own'
8. 'There's No Conflict Between Islam and democracy'
9. Address by His Highness the Aga Khan at the Annual Conference of German Ambassadors, Berlin, September 6, 2004
10. Hoodia, The New Weight Loss Miracle
11. Sampling the Kalahari cactus diet
12. "Why Are Kenyans Fast Runners?"
13. New hope for resolution of Kashmir issue
14. Great-West Lifeco completes acquisition of Canada Life

Valedictorian - Summer 1994

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Valedictorian Plaque - Click to see larger image
"...If we are lucky we will find the jobs we want here in Canada. If not, then we should have contingency plans in place. My advice to fellow graduates is that we should not narrow down our options by being inward looking. We should consider our skills in the global context and look towards the non-industrialized countries around the world..."

"You Reap What You Sow"
"One day a teacher asked her students to list the names of the other students in the room on two sheets of paper, leaving a space between each name."
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