Ayub Khan

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Ayub Khan

(aɪˈjuːb ˈkɑːn)
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(Biography) Mohammed. 1907–74, Pakistani field marshal; president of Pakistan (1958–69)
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Justice Ikramullah Khan and Justice Mohammad Ayub Khan issued the order after hearing the preliminary arguments of the petitioner, advocate Ali Azim Afridi, who contended that the appointments of bureaucrats to the two posts were a violation of the Constitutional provision guaranteeing the separation of judiciary from the executive.
He was referring to a hearing in the Peshawar High Court on March 2, in which Justice Ikramullah Khan and Justice Mohammad Ayub Khan had issued a notice to KP Assembly Speaker Asad Qaisar, asking him to explain why contempt of court proceedings should not be initiated against him.
Karachi -- Sports Journalists Association of Sindh (SJAS) organized a farewell party for retired Executive Producer PTV Sports and member of SJAS, Mohammad Ayub Khan at Karachi Press Club.
1, Rai Mohammad Ayub Khan Marth has been hearing 43 cases right now including 10 cases of ransom kidnapping, six of extortion, eight of religious hatred, five of involvement in government affairs, four of murder and police encounter and two cases regarding recovery of explosive material.
PTI youth wing activist and member of Provincial Youth Assembly Mohammad Ayub Khan said that the extension of Peshawar High Court and Supreme Court jurisdiction to the tribal areas would not ensure speedy justice to the tribesmen, but also improve the socio-economic condition of the tribal areas, adding that social justice was vital for peace and socioeconomic development of the region.
The main value of this book is author's personal observations and experience and his personal interaction with almost all the leaders of the two countries - Mao Zedong, Zhou En Lai, Chen Yi and on the other side Mohammad Ayub Khan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq.
Prosecutor then read out the written statement of Deputy Director Mines Mohammad Ayub Khan stating that he was threatened for losing his services in case Naheed Khan (Proprietor) failed to seek challans.
Mohammad Ayub Khan, a shopkeeper at vegetable market in Khost City, said authority had pledged to build warehouses but it could not be materialized yet.
Diaries of Field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan 1966-1972.
After a pause he named late former president Field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan, who ruled Pakistan from 1958-1969.
The World Bank had brokered the Indus Water Treaty between India and Pakistan and was signed by the then Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the then Pakistan President Mohammad Ayub Khan in Karachi in 1960 giving powers to the latter for monitoring the usage of three rivers-Indus, Jehlum and Chenab from Jammu and Kashmir to Pakistan.
His book also contains an account of machinations by the ascendant forces of the civil-military bureaucracy against democracy in Pakistan, that culminated in the abrogation of the 1956 Constitution and coming into power of Pakistan's first military ruler, General Mohammad Ayub Khan, in 1958.