Ayub Khan

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Ayub Khan

Mohammed. 1907--74, Pakistani field marshal; president of Pakistan (1958--69)
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Aggression will not go unchallenged", President Ayub Khan.
Under the treaty, which was signed by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Pakistan President Ayub Khan in September 1960, water of six rivers - Beas, Ravi, Sutlej, Indus, Chenab and Jhelum - were to be shared between the two countries.
Former MNA Umer Ayub said former President Ayub Khan had constructed Karakoram Highway and established Heavy Electrical Complex, Heavy Mechanical Industry,etc.
I used to pay frequent visit to Ghora Gali which provided me an opportunity to know family and President Ayub Khan as he often spent the weekends with them.
Many decades ago former Pakistani President Ayub Khan in his book "Friends Not Masters," called for building relations between allies on an equal footing and urged world superpowers to respect sovereignty of its allies and stop treating them as pawns on a chessboard.
1960 IWT is a World Bank brokered accord between Pakistan and India signed in Karachi by Indian PM Jawaharlal Nehru and Pak President Ayub Khan.
It is important to recall here that during the tenure of President Ayub Khan 'the national science policy' was submitted and financial allocations were decided, but unfortunately the 1965 the Indo-Pak war broke out and all finances were diverted towards the war.
An appraisal of the various actions taken by President Ayub Khan after the 27th of October 1958 would leave no room for doubt that his object throughout this period was to weaken all elements which had a popular support and to perpetuate himself as a Ruler.
One of the best ideas was in the 1960s under President Ayub Khan, who is described as a dictator by leaders today.
In April 1965, President Ayub Khan became the first Pakistani leader, ever to visit the USSR.
He signed the declaration on January 10, 1966, with Pakistani President Ayub Khan in the presence of Kosygin.
1957: Six nations signed the Treaty of Rome to create the Common Market1969: Pakistan's President Ayub Khan resigned as the army, under General Yahya Khan, took control of the country.