In 1961, the first presidential elections were held on a system of basic democracies, which was introduced by the then President Ayub Khan
Qudratullah Shahab wrote in his book, Shahabnama, that he had gone to see President Ayub Khan
to convey the recommendation of a Chinese diplomat regarding waging war against India with a view to freeing Kashmir .
Aali invited President Ayub Khan
to the convention, but seated him in the audience and not on the rostrum.
He presented Pakistan's point of view at the UN general Assembly in September 1965 strongly but when then president Ayub Khan
signed 'Tashkent treaty' in January 1966 he got dejected and left the government.
Noor Jehan was awarded the Pakistan's Pride of Performance by President Ayub Khan
in 1965 for her acting and singing capabilities, especially for passionately singing patriotic songs during Indo-Pakistani War of 1965.
This was a turning point in the professional career of Gulgee, who went on to create many other portraits of famous people, including Karim Agha Khan, Queen Farah, Zhou Enlai and President Ayub Khan
President Ayub Khan
while addressing the nation said, "Indian policy towards Pakistan and Kashmir had been set on a collision course from the very beginning.
Former Prime Minister Shastri, as per official data, died of a heart attack in Tashkent, hours after signing a peace agreement with the then Pakistani President Ayub Khan
The results were in favour of the incumbent President Ayub Khan
In a letter to President Ayub Khan
, he reminded of his services for the Pakistan Movement and his loyalty to Pakistan.
The ANP district cabinet including its president Hussain Shah Yousafzai, senior vice president Ayub Khan
, general secretary Inayatullah Khan and former provincial minister Haji Hidayatullah wanted to hold the workers' convention at Munda ground in front of haji Hidayatullah house, sources in the party told this reporter.
I have chosen this party because, in 1961, President Ayub Khan
paid a first state visit to West Germany, meeting with German President Heinrich Lubke and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.