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(Field Marshal) Ayub Khan ’s regimes. He served as Ambassador of Pakistan to Netherlands in 1962 and later as Secretary of Information and Education. He resigned after clash with the new regime of Yahya Khan and opted for a self-imposed exile at UK. Shahab was elected a member of the executive board of UNESCO in 1968. Legacy From the early days of Pakistan (History of Pakistan), Shahab worked with front-line leadership of the country till the regime of Yahya Khan. Shahab unveiled in Shahab Nama, and Mufti (Mumtaz Mufti) conferred it in Alakh Nagri, that the idea of giving a constitutional name to Pakistan as Islamic Republic was actually proposed by him to Ayub Khan (Ayub Khan (Field Marshal)). Shahab did argumentation in the parliament in the favor of this idea, which was unanimously accepted by the then leaders. ****'''J: (Haplogroup J (mtDNA))''' The highest frequency is in the Near East (12%), 21% in Saudi Arabia. J declines towards Europe at 11%, Caucasus 8%, North Africa 6% and becomes practically missing in East Asia. Serk, Piia. 2004. Human Mitochondrial DNA Haplogroup J in Europe and Near East. Thesis University of Tartu, Estonia ****'''T: (Haplogroup T (mtDNA))''' The highest frequency is in the Caspian region (Caucasus, Northern Iran, Turkmenistan). It is important in Europe (almost 10%), oxfordancestors.com Maternal Ancestry Middle East, Central Asia, Pakistan and North Africa. Small frequency in the Horn of Africa and India. **'''R3''': Found in Armenia. Mannis van Oven's PhyloTree.org – mtDNA subtree R The '''Greater Middle East''' is a political (Political geography) term coined by the administration (George W. Bush administration) Commons:Category:Pakistan WikiPedia:Pakistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan


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