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Many salams and greetings to all Wiki friends/colleagues! Just let you know Im back, have successfully submitted my PhD thesis and shall rejoin my work on Monday. I look forward to being on Wiki from time to time and making further positive ed to let you know that I have been offered a regular tenured university post down country and am considering this offer seriously now. It's definitely more prestigious as a job to be a 'professor' but Im not sure if I'll be able to help out people in under-developed areas, as Im doing now, via the project Im working on right now? So, no immediate decision am afraid. I hope I can do the right thing i.a. All the best, Khani100 (talk) 16:11, 10 April 2012 (UTC)Khani100

I shall be going away from Wikipedia for a couple of weeks or so, for a visit abroad. More info soon! :)

Hello, I returned to Wikipedia some time ago and then went off again as I wasnt too happy with how people had begun to react to legitimate changes on some articles. That really depressed me. However I came back again a short while ago (Sept 2014) and am now again in a quandary, as I have now made some recent changes to the article Tanoli and now am again caught up in an abysmal conflict type situation. What should one do, really? Do take a look at my User page below, the 'gift' another user/editor left me here. RegardsKhani100 (talk) 17:47, 24 September 2014 (UTC)Khani100

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For your quiet, modest and very high quality revisions and edits, that have impoved and raised up the standards of many Pakistan related articles at Wikipedia, thank you39.54.153.203 (talk) 21:13, 19 March 2012 (UTC)Prof Dr Asad U Khwaja
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Young man, I have been noting and following many of your edits on various pages, they reflect the highest academic and personal integrity and honesty of purpose and I must commend you. Keep it up! (talk) 21:19, 19 March 2012 (UTC)HP Gupta
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Thank you, dear Khani100, for your kind act of defending my edit/action and being always so kind and courteous, many prayersAsadUK200 (talk) 05:02, 8 April 2012 (UTC)AsadUK200

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Hi Thanks for your comments on my note. I was just wondering how can you pass a judgement about a book which you have even not read? As regards your categorising reseach scholars, I don't personally believe in that as some people may not be having resources to afford high costs associated with printing corporations of repute.Even qualification hardly matters.What matters is the contribution they make. you might be aware that Bill Gates failed in the subject of computer but still he is considered to be a poineer in the field of computer technology. Being a Tanoli, I shall suggest you to look for the book, go through it and scholarly review it.This is what I am doing right now.There is no limit for research. Critiquing is an easy task but contributing something positively is what really matters.lets promote indigenous work. This is what I have learnt in the University of Melbourne while studying there. If anything written above hurts you, I seek prior apology for that.let me assure you that I am not going to revert your edits on Tanoli article with the assumption that you will make some schlarly contribution to it.

To my utter surprise, you have removed a vary reliable source of Bernard Dorn, a professor of repute who translated Makhzan - e - Afghani of Neamat Ullah in the 19th century.This translation comprises of two parts.The material added to Tanoli and Ghilzai articles was taken from part-2 which very much mentions about Tanokhel as descendant of Ghilzai.I am dead sure that you even dont have excess to volume-2 which is still under copyright. Please spend some dollars and buy that volume as it will surely clear your doubts about the reliability of that source.Luckily I have the one in my personal library. As regards the references taken from the Hazara Gazetteer 1883, I am in possession of the actual copy of Gazetteer obtained from Abbottabad District management. The one available in the market might be different from the original text. (THIS NOTE WAS POSTED HERE BY USER MASTANKHEL HERE ON MY USER PAGE INSTEAD OF THE TALK PAGE IN ITS PROPER PLACE-I HAVE RESPONDED ON HIS TALK PAGE AND ALSO ON THE TANOLI PAGE)