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Field Service Engineer
Description: Responsible for meeting
repair, maintenance and installation needs
of our customer's medical imaging equip-
ment while driving customer satisfaction
through Service Excellence.
1. Bachelor's degree in Electronic
Engineering or Associates Degree
with equivalent experience.
2. Experience servicing diagnostic
medical equipment is a significant
3. Strong computer and networking
4. Excellent communication, interper
sonal skills and positive attitude.
Team Leadership is a plus.
5. Working Vehicle is required.
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ISLAMABAD---A pair of suicide bombers deto-
nated their explosives at the home of an anti-Tal-
iban provincial minister, killing him and 13 others
in eastern Pakistan, officials said.
A militant group affiliated with the Pakistani Tal-
iban claimed responsibility.
Shuja Khanzada's body was retrieved from the
rubble of the collapsed building in his hometown
of Shadi Khan in Attock district, some 80 kilometres
(50 miles) northwest of the capital, Islamabad, gov-
ernment official Saeed Elahi said.
The Punjab provincial head of Pakistan's National
Action Plan against terrorism, Khanzada took a bold
public stance against the Taliban and Islamic mil-
itancy. A former army officer, Khanzada helped
establish the anti-terrorism department in Punjab
province---which is home to a variety of local militant
groups, most of them allied to the Taliban and al-
Another 17 others were wounded in the explosion,
four of them in critical condition, said Deeba Shah-
naz, an official with the state rescue agency.
Khanzada was a vocal public advocate for harsh
government tactics against the militants, and
endorsed the government's recent decision to bring
back the death penalty for terrorism cases. Late last
month, he had announced the killing in a police
shootout of one of the most feared Islamic militants
Malik Ishaq, who was the chief of al-Qaida linked
Pakistani sectarian group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.
Jamatul Ahrar, a splinter group of the Pakistani
Taliban, claimed responsibility for the attack. The
Pakistani Taliban is an umbrella outfit made up of
several local militant groups.
Its spokesman, Ahsanullah Ahsan, said in an email
that the attack was a revenge for the killing of Ishaq,
the militant leader. (AP)
Villagers share relief items on a
flooded road near their half-
submerged residence in Ah-
Thoak township in Ayeyarwaddy
delta, Myanmar yesterday. The
number of people affected by
flooding across Myanmar was
approaching one million, with
waters in the low-lying
southwestern delta inundating
homes and forcing villagers into
temporary shelters, the
government said. AP PHOTO
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