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Trying to find an old friend in UAE (last known location at Pakistani college)

I'm trying to track down an old friend from Pakistan whom I knew while she was a student in the US in the late 1960s. We continued to correspond until the early 1980s when she was living in Karachi, Pakistan, and then lost touch. Then she wrote to me in the 1990s, saying that she was living in Sharjah, UAE, and was vice principal of one of the Pakistani colleges there. I didn't reply right away, and then lost her address (which was a P.O. box.

Every once in a while I do Google searches in an effort to find her. I'd like to e-mail the Pakistani colleges in Sharjah to get leads to finding her. while I found some names of Pakistani colleges in Sharjah, I can't find any e-mail addresses for any of them.

Can anyone help?

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