Headline March 23, 2018/ '' 'PAKISTAN !WOW! PROUDFUL' ''


WITH ALL THE LOVE, RESPECT AND GREATEST of honors vested and showered on me by the blessings of Almighty God.............

And the students of the entire planet....................

I have the honour to most respectfully appoint : Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand as  The First Honorary President of The World Students Society, with a life long membership. And

ISLAMABAD, PROUD PAKISTAN, as the first ''Honorary Student Capital'' of the entire world. And with that give a standing ovation to the very loved Prime Minister of Pakistan, Captain,Imran Khan

ALL Honors stand right up to the next Pakistan Day.

Merium, Rabo, Dee, Zainab, Hannyia, Hussain, Shahzaib, to ensure that Her Excellency Prime Minister Jacinda Arden, Great New Zealand's Ambassador to Pakistan, and Proud Pakistan's  Ambassador to New Zealand are directly informed.


*PROUD PAKISTAN DAY ARRIVES*, and these beautiful brave, selfless founders of The World Students Society, like great shining stars-

Children and citizens of humanity and the world, rise, stand very tall, to give the entire world a standing ovation, and welcome-

With heart and soul one of the greatest leaders of mankind, Dr. Mather Mohammed.and honor and dedicate this great day to-

To  this great humane, distinguished and first tier leader and daughter of mankind : Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand.

Every single one of us, the entire mankind over, stands  up, to give her a resounding ovation totally encompassing the people of New Zealand.

The World, it seems, is in good and great hands.

TOXIC AIR TEARS apart families in Mongolia, the world's coldest capital by any measure, and many, many burn plastic and coal just to survive temperatures as low as Minus 40 degrees, but warmth comes at a price.

THE LEVELS of PM2.5 - tiny and harmful particles - in Ulaanbaatar reached 3,320 in January, 133 times what the World Health Organization [WHO] considers safe.

The effects are terrible for adults but children are even more at risk, in part because they breathe faster, taking in more air and pollutants.

As they are smaller, children are also closer to the ground, where some pollutants concentrate, and their still developing lungs, brains, and other key organs are more vulnerable to damage.

Effects of prolonged exposure to  toxic air range from persistent infections and asthma to slowed lung and brain development.

The risks apply in utero, too, because gases and fine particles can enter a mother's bloodstream and placenta, causing miscarriage, birth defects and low birth weights, which can also affect a child for the rest of their lives.

Researchers are now investigating whether pollution, like exposure to tobacco smoke, has health effects that could even even be passed down the most generation.

Terribly Afraid : Buyan-Ulzil Badamkhand and her husband need need to stay in capital for work, but they have decided to send their two-year old son Temuulen more than 1,000 kilometres away.

The 35 year old mother-of-three struggled with the decision, even moving one one her district in the hope that her son health's would improve.
But successive bouts of  illness, including bronchitis, that lasted a whole year, finally convinced her to send Temuulen to his grandparents.

Hours after he arrived, she called her mother-in-law to discuss her son's medicines.

''But my mother-in-law asked me 'does he still need medicine? He isn't coughing anymore,'' she said.

''I tell myself that it doesn't matter that I miss him and who raises him, as long as he is healthy, I am contend.''

The Honor and Serving of the latest Global Operational Research on Toxic Air, continues.

With respectful dedication to the Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of Mongolia and then the world.

See Ya all prepare for Great Global Elections and ''register'' on The World Students Society and Twitter-E-!WOW! - the Ecosystem 2011:

''' Tough Testing '''

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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