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1.Sweta is a resident of Ashok Vihar Colony. After reading the following newspaper article, she writes a letter to the Editor of the “Times of India” giving her strong views on the disadvantages of this project and making an appeal to the government to reconsider its decision. Using ideas from the unit on Children, together with your own ideas, complete this letter.
Films for 24 hours
New Delhi: 10 November: a Few multinational Companies have started their own channels to telecast films twenty-four hours. Zee Cinema and INN already telecast films round the clock. Parents of school going children feel worried about the entertainment fare dished out to the masses.
152/21 Ashok Vihar Colony
Delhi – 9
March 02, 2020
The Times of India
Bhadurshah Zafar Marg
Sub. Telecasting the films round the clock.
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper. I want to pinpoint the decision of multinational companies to launch new channels in order to telecast a variety of entertainment channels round the clock and the same has become a great concern for everybody. You know that there are already many entertainment channels but these programmes fail to provide healthy and moral giving programmes. This downgrades the morale of the younger generation as the children sit glued to T.V. for the whole day and ignore their studies. You also know that too much T.V. viewing causes mental fatigue. Dizziness, concentration, and results in the loss of memory and retention. This also paves a way for avoiding other activities which are necessary for harmonious development.
It is also a point to reveal that these entertainment channels exhibit violence, obscenity, and vulgarity which adversely affects the psychology of the growing children.
In this regard, it is the need of the hour that the government should initiate accurate steps to monitor and check such programmes. The decision to start such channels round the clock needs review and reconsideration. It will be better to take the Censor Board in confidence before launching such a project.
I hope my views will be well adhered to. Yours faithfully,
2. Reena Mittal is a resident of Rohtaspur. After reading the following Newspaper article, she writes a letter to the Editor of a newspaper giving her strong views on the disadvantages of the project and making an appeal to the Government to reconsider its decision, using ideas for the unit on “Environment” and together with your own ideas. Complete this letter.
ROHTASPUR: 18 JULY
JULY The Cabinet Committee cleared today the setting up of an Oil Refinery in Rohtaspur. The project is to be set up by the GR group of Industries in collaboration with Burma Shell U.K. within 5 years. It will save the valuable foreign exchange to the tune of 200 crores a year spent in importing various petro-products.
12, Krishna Colony
March 01, 2020
The Daily Record
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities and common masses towards the Disadvantages of the Project.
I have read an article in yesterday’s newspaper that the proposal for setting up an Oil Refinery in Rohtaspur has been cleared by the Cabinet Committee. I am writing this letter to express my deep concern over the environmental pollution the oil refinery shall create over the surrounding areas. This region is considered the rice bowl of the country. Its contribution to the Central Pool for food grains is about 60%. The poisonous smoke emitted by the refinery shall play havoc on the paddy fields resulting in less produce. In that case, we may have to import rice while today we are exporting this commodity to various countries.
There is growing resentment among the farmers whose agricultural land is being acquired for the refinery. I earnestly appeal to the Government to reconsider its decision and save the farmers of this area from being uprooted from their land.
3. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper highlighting the need for the introduction of Road Safety Rules in the syllabus of secondary classes in Haryana. Sign yourself as Sudhir Kumar of Government Senior Secondary School, Rampur (Bhiwani).
Sudhir Kumar, Government Senior Secondary School,
March 03, 2020
The Hindustan Times
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to attract the attention of the Education Department of Haryana towards the issue of Road Safety Rules. Sir, today it comes in the reports that in most of the road accidents school students are involved.
They are at great risk of road accidents as they are not well aware of the Road Safety Rules. They lack the knowledge of how to cross the road, where to walk on the road, where to drive their bicycle etc.
It is urged that Road Safety Rules must be introduced in the syllabus of all secondary classes in Haryana. The knowledge of Road Safety Rules will make our students safe on the roads.
4. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper highlighting the need for Road Safety Rules.
1017 Sector 10 A
February 28, 2020
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to raise the issue of the need for Road Safety Rules. Today our roads have become much risky.
The major reason behind this is that people do not follow the Road Safety Rules from the heart. Most of the people follow. these rules only with a sense of fear of police. Whenever one finds the police absent from the scene, he or she breaks the traffic rules.
Wearing a helmet for the two-wheeler riders, using seat belts for the four-wheeler riders should become a spontaneous gesture. Life is precious. It must be protected by following Road Safety Rules. The people should follow these rules by heart, not with fear.
5. Write a letter to the Editor of a Newspaper, regarding the disturbance caused by the loud sound of the loudspeakers as it is harmful during the examination days.
March 2, 2020
The Hindustan Times
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the authorities to the growing nuisance caused by the loudspeakers in Pitampura.
All religious places of worship put loudspeakers on the roofs. They keep blaring all day and till late in the night. The next morning, these loudspeakers start shrieking very early.
Our annual examinations are drawing near. Students feel disturbed by the loud sound of these loudspeakers. I hope the authorities will look into the matter.
6. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper, highlighting the hardship caused to the common people by rising prices.
5, Lawrence Road
March 01, 2020
The Hindustan Times
Sub:- Rising Prices
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities and common masses towards Rising Prices. Kindly allow me to highlight a very common problem through the columns of your esteemed newspaper.
The problem of rising prices has become very common. It has caused a lot of hardship to the common people. The government has failed to hold the price rise. The prices of essential commodities are rising day by day. It has become very difficult to make both ends meet.
The salaried people are the worst sufferers. They cannot manage their household budget within their salaries. It is high time the government should take steps to control the rising prices.
Ram Lal Bhardwaj
7. You are Maya/Mohan, 48 Court Road, Trichur. You had been to a tourist spot and were disappointed at the way the place was being maintained. Write a letter in 100-120 words to the editor of a newspaper on how places of tourist interest should be made tourist friendly. Take ideas from the notes given below:
* Utter neglect
* preserve the national heritage
* encroachment and vandalism
* poor maintenance
* no security and safety
* make it tourist friendly
Ans. 48 Court Road
February 29, 2020
The Times of India
Sub: Poor maintenance of tourist spots
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I want to highlight the utter neglect and the power maintenance of our tourist spots. The Archaeological Department of India and the concerned authorities must take immediate steps to preserve our national heritage from degradation, encroachments and vandalism.
Last Sunday, the visit to the Tughlaqabad Fort in South Delhi disappointed me beyond words. No doubt, the exterior, the outer walls of the Fort have been given a face-lift. The situation inside speaks of utter neglect and poor maintenance. The ruins are not sheltered for druggists, gamblers and all kinds of anti-social elements. There is no security and safety for a few tourists who venture to visit the place. Most parts of the Fort have been encroached by the greedy property dealers and the muscle men of the area. The Tughlaqabad Fort is a very important heritage site of historical value. The complex has the grave of GhasuddinTughlaq and many other buildings rose during the time of Mohammad-bin-Tughlaq.
This place of immense historical value and a great tourist spot needs immediate attention and protective steps. The place must be cleared off the illegal encroachments without any further delay. Even pathways, lawns, and lights need immediate attention. The security of tourists, especially of women and foreign tourists must be ensured to attract tourists in large numbers. The place must be made tourist-friendly. I hope the necessary steps will be taken immediately by the concerned authorities in this regard.
8. You are Raghav/Ragini. You feel that your state Rajasthan has a tremendous potentiality to attract tourists, particularly international tourists. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily suggesting ways and means to improve facilities for tourists to the state.
12, Civil Lines
March 02, 2020
The Times of India
Sub: Rajasthan’s tremendous potentiality for tourists
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I want to highlight the untapped tremendous potentiality for tourists in Rajasthan.
It is quite unfortunate that India has not been able to exploit its rich cultural diversity and heritage to its advantage. Even small countries like Thailand and Malaysia attract more international tourists than India. Our state Rajasthan is a major draw for international tourists. But lack of basic infrastructure and facilities hampers the promotion of tourism in the state on a large scale.
Rajasthan has a rich cultural heritage and history. Its forts, havelies, deserts, lakes and national parks have lots of potentialities and attractions for all kinds of tourists. Every tourist wants a pleasant and comfortable stay. No doubt, Jaipur and Udaipur can boast of some hotels that match with the best in the world. But their number is too small. More hotels are required to cater to the needs of the budget-tourists. Touts and greedy travel agents bring a bad name to the state. Safety and freedom are the basic requirements for the promotion of tourism in the state. I hope the Department will take the necessary steps to attract more and more tourists to our beautiful and wonderful state.
9. You are Irina Mathews, President of ‘Girls Association of India’. Using the fact sheet given below, write a letter to the Editor of a national daily promoting the cause of girl child and discouraging its killing.
We are proud of our
SAVE THE GIRL CHILD CAMPAIGN
SaniaMirza 2005 JoshnaChinappaArunaKesavan 2004
Tennis sensation Junior Squash Champion All India Topper
Our young Girl Achievers have contributed significantly to spreading awareness about the value of Girl Child in every Indian family.
Remember, we can correct the gender imbalance by caring for our daughters as we do for our sons.
12, T. Nagar
February 13, 2020
The Hindu Chennai
Sub: Promoting the causes of the girl child
Through the column of your prestigious newspaper, I advocate promoting the cause of the girl child. I also express my great contempt, concern and anxiety at the female foeticide and the killing of the girl child.
It is quite unfortunate that in spite of legal parity and equality of genders, many sections of our society still entertain the age-long bias and prejudice against female children. The disparity between male and female children is widespread. As President of ‘Girls Association of India’, I laud the efforts of ‘Goodwill Ambassadors’, for ‘Save the Girl Child Campaign’.
Many leading sportspersons have come forward for the cause. Sania mirza, JoshnaChinappa and many others have joined the campaign. All these ‘Goodwill Ambassadors’ have stood for the equality of sexes. Besides, Sakshi Malik—Bronze medallist at Rio Olympics 2016, PV Sindhu—Silver medallist at Rio Olympics 2016 and Mary Kom—Bronze Medallist at London Olympics 2012 have proved that women no longer lag behind men. We should care for our daughters as much as we do for our sons. We should give them a good education and opportunities. They will show better results than their counterparts. Only then we can protect the girl child and remove the gender imbalance.
10. You are Anup Singh, a resident of DaribaKalan, ChandniChowk, Delhi. You can’t bear the noise pollution caused for religious purposes. Using the hints given below together with your own ideas on the issue, write a letter to the editor of a national daily highlighting the urgent need for putting a blanket ban on the use of loudspeakers at night for religious purposes.
* Use of loudspeakers for religious purposes
* a big nuisance
* sleepless night
* disturbance to students
* old and sick people
* complete ban required
Ans. 12, DaribaKalan, ChandniChowk
February 29, 2020
The Hindustan Times
Sub: Ban on the use of loudspeakers for religious purposes
Through the column of your prestigious national daily, I urge the authorities to ban the use of loudspeakers for religious purposes.
I am a resident of DaribaKalan, Chandni Chowk, Delhi. The biggest nuisance that the residents of this area face today is the problem of noise pollution. The playing of loudspeakers at night plays havoc with the peace and tranquillity of the place. This part of Old Delhi possesses a composite communal culture. But all these religious communities compete with one another to cause maximum noise pollution.
The playing of loudspeakers for religious purposes at night is a big nuisance. On several days many people have to spend sleepless nights. The worst sufferers are the old and sick people. Students are also the victims of this nuisance. They can’t concentrate on their studies. We hope that the government will put a blanket ban on the use of loudspeakers at night. Even during the day, the maximum level of sound should be fixed. Immediate and effective steps are necessary to restore peace and tranquillity in the area.
11. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper about the polluted water supply in your area.
Ans :- 20, Tolstoy Marg
February 25, 2020
The Hindustan Times
Sub:- Polluted Water Supply
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities and common masses towards Polluted Water Supply. I wish to draw the attention of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi to the polluted water supply. Kindly spare a little space in your esteemed newspaper to highlight my problem.
It is a sad thing that the water supply in the area is either meagre or polluted. For the last month, the water supplied by the corporation is dirty looking and gives a bad smell. It is a great hazard to health. It is feared that it may cause dangerous diseases like jaundice or cholera in this area.
The residents of this locality have complained to the authorities many times. But no attention has been paid to this problem. We hope that the problem will be solved with the help of your newspaper.
12. You are a resident of Vinod Nagar, Patiala. Your residential area is flooded with roadside dwellers who are deprived of the basic civic amenities like light, public toilets etc. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper highlighting the problems of the roadside dwellers and also problems posed by them to the public. Give suggestions for improvement.
Ans. 57, Vinod Nagar
February 18, 20xx
The Hindustan Times
Subject: Expressing concern over problems of roadside dwellers
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to express my concern and anxiety towards problems that we face due to the roadside dwellers near our houses. It may be an eye-opener for the authorities.
The roadside dwellers are deprived of civic amenities like light, public toilets, etc. People live in darkness at night, defecate and bathe in the open. The whole area reeks of a foul smell all the time In the summer and rainy seasons, the problems get worsened. Obnoxious smell irritates and is unbearable.
The roadside dwellers are living in a virtual hell. Moreover, they have occupied every open space and it is very difficult for the residents even to walk on the roads safely. Their children play on the roads and have made the area accident-prone. Some dwellers have taken illegal electric connections. The live wires hanging loosely in the air pose a constant danger to life and property.
The government should take concrete and effective steps to solve this problem. The dwellers should be given proper place to settle down where all civic amenities be extended to them. The sweepers should clean the area daily. For the time being, the pavements should be cleared of the encroachers and movable toilets are installed there.
These dwellers are household helpers but they cannot be allowed to create problems. It is hoped that this letter will bring to the notice of the civic authorities the combined problems of the roadside dwellers and the residents to initiate some positive steps to correct the situation.