The firm on Tuesday said its board named Shamyl
Malik -- former global head of trading at Voltaire Capital and head of FX electronic trading at Morgan Stanley and head of electronic market making for emerging markets and precious metals in the capital markets division at Citibank -- as its CEO.
The board has appointed Shamyl
Malik as CEO, effective immediately.
Haris Haroon, Luis Mighal Duggan and Omer Minhas converted one goal each for Army while Ahmed Zubair Butt, Shah Shamyl
Alam and Geoffredo hit one goal each for BBJ Pipes.
Haris Haroon, Luis Mighal Duggan and Omer Minhas fired one goal each for Army while Ahmed Zubair Butt, Shah Shamyl
Alam and Geoffredo were the scorers for BBJ Pipes.
Eulogio Celestino and Shah Shamyl
Alam were the field umpires.
Alam was top scorer from Newage with his fabulous four goals while Alman Jalil Azam and Ahmed Tiwana scored a brace each and Adnan Jalil Azam contributed one in their team's triumph.
Saad Baig, Kashan Faheem, Ali Hassan, Hassan Iqbal, Mohammad Atif (Karachi); Faraz Ahmed, Hamza Ali, Hasnain Babar (Sialkot), Shuja Zaheer, Wajid Khan (Abbottabad); Shamyl
Hussain, Umair Akhtar (Islamabad); Mohammad Saram (Quetta); Basit Ali (Dera Murad Jamali); Mohammad Ammar, Zain-ul-Abidin, Husnain Majid, Aun Mohammad, Abdul Wahab (Bahawalpur); Ali Dilshad Butt, Usama Zahid (Lahore); Zunair Hussain (Rawalpindi); Tahir Khan (Peshawar); Mohammad Farooq, Haseeb Khan, Abdur Rehman, Akhtar Nawaz (Fata); Ibtesam Rehman (Faisalabad); Akash Ali (Larkana); Raza Aziz (AJK); Mohammad Shehzad, Arafat Ahmed (Multan); Mohammad Waleed (Hyderabad).
The company was founded to inspire Pakistani kids towards STEAM education explained LearnOBots' cofounder Shamyl
Bin Mansoor to 3DPrint.
The guerilla war of the 19th-century Chechen leader Shamyl
is more familiar, Lesley Blanche having covered it in highly romantic vein in The Sabres of Paradise.
Chew, Michael Hyatt, Shamyl
Brown, Hassan Johnson, Larry Gilliard Jr.
The fact is that the Islamic world was characterized by many strong Koranic revitalization movements as far back as the early 19th century, for example the Caucasus war of Iman Shamyl
against the Russians between 1840 and 1859 (and by the way Shamyl
had derived some of his inspiration from his contact with the Algerian resistance leader Emir Abd al-Qad er when on hajj in Mecca in 1829).
There were Muslim rulers who resisted, and their names have entered Muslim and Western lore alike: Emir Abdel Kader in Algeria, Shamyl
in the Caucasus, the Mahdi with his Sudanese dervishes, the so-called Mad Mullah of Berbera.