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1.Write a letter to the Editor of ‘National Herald’, New Delhi, about water scarcity in your locality suggesting ways to improve the position of water supply. You are Ramnath / Reema of Ghaziabad.

16-Green Park

 Ghaziabad

 16 September 200—.

The Editor

National Herald

New Delhi

Sir

The residents of Gandhi Nagar locality are experiencing a great scarcity of water these days. Previously, the residents used to get water for about three hours in the morning and three hours in the evening. But now the taps go dry even during the morning hours. It has put the residents to great inconvenience. Many have to go without their daily bath and wash. In order to improve the water supply, the MC must take some urgent steps. It is suggested that a couple of new tube-wells should be dug in the area to meet the demand of the residents. Watering the plants in house gardens should strictly be disallowed during the morning hours. Water metres should be installed at all houses to stop the wasteful use of water. All these steps, taken together, can go a long way in improving the condition of water supply in this area.

Yours sincerely

 Ramnath

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2. You are Kamini/Kamal of 10, Civil Lines Extension, Chanakyapuri, Agra. The main road leading to your locality has three open manholes causing frequent accidents at night, especially during the rainy season. Write a letter to the Editor, ‘The Times of India’ drawing attention of the Municipal Commissioner to this problem of the residents.                                                               

 Ans.

10, Civil Lines Extn.

Chanakyapuri

Agra 285XXX

26 January 20XX

 The Editor

The Times of India

 Bahadurshah Zafar Marg

New Delhi 110002

 Subject:  Inconvenience due to open manholes

 Dear Sir

 Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the authorities concerned to the inconvenience caused to the residents of Chanakyapuri, due to the wretched condition of the main road leading to our locality. The road is a virtual death trap for the people as it is pockmarked with open manholes. The situation worsens during the rainy season when the road is virtually flooded and the open manholes simply go unnoticed.

These open manholes have claimed many lives. I would appeal to the authorities concerned to take remedial action at the earliest to ensure that the pedestrians can walk freely through the road safely at night and during rains.

 Yours faithfully

Kamini

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3. When cricket teams go abroad they are allowed to take their wives, even friends, along with them. Dote this fact distract them or help them to focus on their game in a better way? Why don’t we allow our athletes to enjoy the same privilege? Write a letter to the editor of a national daily in 120-150 words, giving your views on the issue. You are Navtej/Navita, M-114, Mount Kailash, Kanpur.

Ans.

M-114, Mount Kailash

 Kanpur

26 January 20XX

 The Editor,

The Hindustan Times

KG Marg

 New Delhi

Subject:  Effect of taking families while going abroad to play

Dear Sir

Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw attention to the bias of the government towards cricketers and ignoring the athletes when it comes to allowing them to take their wives along with them on foreign tours.

An athlete, a gymnast, a cricketer, whosoever goes abroad to represent our country is under pressure to perform. The presence of a loved one around can really boost their confidence. But only cricketers are allowed to take their wives along which depicts the biased nature of the government. Maybe, if athletes are also offered the same, they would perform better and make the country proud. A small gesture of this kind on the part of the government will bring the results of a greater magnitude.

Yours faithfully

Navita

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4. You are Navtej/Navita, Secretary, Environment Club, Akash Public School, Agra. You, along with a group of students, went on a 3-day tour of Corbett National Park. You found how the tourists abused the available facilities and thus endangered the environment. Write a letter in 120-150 words to the editor of a national daily highlighting the situation. Suggest ways through which the environment of the park can be saved.                                                                                                                     

Ans. Akash Public School

Sadar Road

 Agra

26 January 20XX

The Editor

 The Hindu

MG Road

Agra

Subject: Harmful effects of tourism on Corbett National Park

 Dear Sir

 Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw the attention of the government to the rampant abuse of the available facilities in the Corbett National Park by tourists and the consequent endangering of the environment. I, along with a group of students from Akash Public School, Agra, went on a 3-day tour of the national park. I found that tourists not only littered the place with non-biodegradable plastic packets and wrappers but also used fuelwood from the forests for cooking. Excessive trampling of the soil has a harmful effect on the ecosystem. The tranquillity of the habitat was disturbed by the tourists playing loud music in their Safari jeeps.

The Corbett National Park is the oldest in the country, established in 1936, to protect the endangered Royal Bengal tiger. The public should be made aware of the fact that eco-tourism should not be allowed at the cost of endangering the environment.

Thanking you.

Yours faithfully

Navita

 Secretary

 (Environment Club)

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5. You are Shagun Kapoor of Agra. You are disturbed and upset because the only public park/garden of your locality has been grabbed by the local self-styled `Netas’. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper drawing the attention of the authorities to this unauthorized occupation.

Ans.

24, Kiran Vihar

Agra

April 20, 20xx

 The Editor

 The Hindustan Times

 New Delhi

Subject: Expressing concern over the unauthorised occupation of the park

Sir

Through the thought-provoking columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the concerned authorities towards the issue of

the unauthorised occupation of the only park/garden developed for the general public of our locality by the local self-styled `Netas’. They use it for commercial and political activities. They hold small functions and parties here and the children of the locality are not allowed to enter the park. Now and then, they invite one politician or the other and hold functions just to keep the authorities and politicians happy. In one corner of the park, they have erected a pucca room as well. If anybody raises voice against this malpractice, the musclemen of these `Netas’ silence them.

Our locality is a concrete jungle and this public park is the only place to breathe in the fresh air. But the unauthorized occupation of this open space has deprived the people of taking a stroll or even sitting in the park. Moreover, the musclemen of the `Netas’ remain in the park all the time and this keeps the women and children away. The senior citizens are also fed up with the situation but are helpless.

Our many complaints to the local police and the authorities have fallen on deaf ears. Through your column, I hope to address my grievance to the civil authorities and compel them to initiate proper action to restore the park to the residents of the locality.

Yours sincerely,

Shagun Kapoor

 (A concerned resident)

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6. You are Ram/Rita of DAV School and your residence is near a fair price shop. You are disturbed at the non-availability of essential commodities in the fair price shop of your area. You buy nothing from this shop as it is meant only for the people of low-income groups. But seeing the poor women and elderly going away empty-handed you feel upset. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper drawing the attention of the authorities to the plight of the people and irregularities done by the owners of the fair price shop.

Ans. 14, Gupta Colony

 Dehradun

March 4, 20xx

The Editor

The Hindustan Times

 New Delhi.

Subject: Expressing concern towards irregularities being done in a fair price shop

Sir

Through the columns of your well-circulated newspaper, I would like to express my concern about the non-availability of essential commodities in the fair price shop of our area.

This fair price shop is run by a private party under the direct supervision of the Food and Supplies Department. It is supposed to maintain a steady supply of essential commodities at reasonable and subsidized rates. But these commodities mostly remain conspicuous by their absence. Although I do not buy anything from the shop as it is for the benefit of the people of low-income groups, women and the elderly come and go away empty-handed and this pinches me a lot. I feel upset.

 The shopkeeper invariably puts the blame on the government and complains that essential commodities are in short supply and so he cannot satisfy the customers. But the fact is otherwise. A bulk of the commodities is sold to the private shopkeepers who sell them at market rates and the money is distributed among fair price shop owner and officials. The consumers are compelled to buy commodities from elsewhere. They have to shell out extra money which they have earned by a lot of hard work.

The officials visit the shop, sign the registers and go away with their fattened purses.

 I hope the appearance of my letter in your newspaper will draw the attention of the higher authorities to this irregularity and malpractice and they would take appropriate steps to correct the situation.

Yours sincerely,

Ram

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7. You are Shagun Kapoor of Agra. You are disturbed and upset because the only public park/garden of your locality has been grabbed by the local self-styled `Netas’. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper drawing the attention of the authorities to this unauthorized occupation.

Ans.

24, Kiran Vihar

Agra

April 20, 20xx

 The Editor

 The Hindustan Times

 New Delhi

Subject: Expressing concern over the unauthorised occupation of the park

Sir

Through the thought-provoking columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the concerned authorities towards the issue of the unauthorized occupation of the only park/garden developed for the general public of our locality by the local self-styled `Netas’. They use it for commercial and political activities. They hold small functions and parties here and the children of the locality are not allowed to enter the park. Now and then, they invite one politician or the other and hold functions just to keep the authorities and politicians happy. In one corner of the park, they have erected a pucca room as well. If anybody raises a voice against this malpractice, the musclemen of these `Netas’ silence them.

Our locality is a concrete jungle and this public park is the only place to breathe in the fresh air. But the unauthorized occupation of this open space has deprived the people of taking a stroll or even sitting in the park. Moreover, the musclemen of the `Netas’ remain in the park all the time and this keeps the women and children away. The senior citizens are also fed up with the situation but are helpless.

Our many complaints to the local police and the authorities have fallen on deaf ears. Through your column, I hope to address my grievance to the civil authorities and compel them to initiate proper action to restore the park to the residents of the locality.

Yours sincerely,

Shagun Kapoor

 (A concerned resident)

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8. You are Ram/Rita of DAV School and your residence is near a fair price shop. You are disturbed at the non-availability of essential commodities in the fair price shop of your area. You buy nothing from this shop as it is meant only for the people of low-income groups. But seeing the poor women and elderly going away empty-handed you feel upset. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper drawing the attention of the authorities to the plight of the people and irregularities done by the owners of the fair price shop.

Ans. 14, Gupta Colony

 Dehradun

March 4, 20xx

The Editor

The Hindustan Times

 New Delhi.

Subject: Expressing concern towards irregularities being done in a fair price shop

Sir

Through the columns of your well-circulated newspaper, I would like to express my concern about the non-availability of essential commodities in the fair price shop of our area.

This fair price shop is run by a private party under the direct supervision of the Food and Supplies Department. It is supposed to maintain a steady supply of essential commodities at reasonable and subsidized rates. But these commodities mostly remain conspicuous by their absence. Although I do not buy anything from the shop as it is for the benefit of the people of low-income groups, women and the elderly come and go away empty-handed and this pinches me a lot. I feel upset.

 The shopkeeper invariably puts the blame on the government and complains that essential commodities are in short supply and so he cannot satisfy the customers. But the fact is otherwise. A bulk of the commodities is sold to the private shopkeepers who sell them at market rates and the money is distributed among fair price shop owner and officials. The consumers are compelled to buy commodities from elsewhere. They have to shell out extra money which they have earned by a lot of hard work.

The officials visit the shop, sign the registers and go away with their fattened purses.

 I hope the appearance of my letter in your newspaper will draw the attention of the higher authorities to this irregularity and malpractice and they would take appropriate steps to correct the situation.

Yours sincerely,

Ram

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9. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper about the poor attention and the negligence on the part of the medical staff in the government hospitals in Delhi. Sign as Karan Singh of 49, Preet Vihar, New Delhi.

Ans. 49, Preet Vihar

 New Delhi

 April 5, 2Oxx

The Editor

 The Times of India, New Delhi

Subject: Expressing concern over the negligence of medical staff

Sir

Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to express my anguish and pain which I feel to see the medical staff of government hospitals paying scant or no attention to the patients and indulging in the dereliction of duty. This is to draw the attention of the lethargic authorities to initiate some steps to improve the situation.

The attitude of the medical staff is callous and indifferent. They treat the patients as if they are beggars asking for alms. They refuse to entertain the needy and the invalids and try to put them off on one pretext or the other. They are not ready to give you a hearing. They plainly refuse admission and invariably say ‘no bed available’. The helpless invalids have to squat in the corridors waiting for their turn to be treated. Even the admitted sickly persons are neglected just to frighten them to move to private clinics. There seems to be a nexus between the medical staff and the private clinics.

Bleeding and the injured do not touch the heart of the medical staff. They make their relatives run to the market for bandages, ointment, injection and what not. The poor people visit hospitals to get free treatment and government employees come because their bills would be reimbursed. The very medical staff serves VIPs like anything but for the general public their sentiments and emotions have dried up.

It is hoped that the concerned would take strict and exemplary action against the callous members of the medical staff.

Yours sincerely,

Karan Singh

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10. You are deeply disturbed by the display of violence and sex in Indian films. Can this trend be done away with? Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper commenting on the situation and suggesting some measures to dilute the intensity of this trend.

Ans. 35, Lower Mall

Shimla

July 5, 2Oxx

 The Editor

 The Tribune

Chandigarh

Subject: Concern over violence and sex in Indian films

Sir

 Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to express my views pertaining to the shameless display of violence and sex in Indian films. This trend is highly disconcerting. The producers feel that only the inclusion of sex and violence in their films can ensure their success at the box office. So they give a heavy dose of bedroom scenes, bathing scenes, rape scenes. Filmmakers are not bothered whether such scenes are needed or not. Thus, scenes depressingly lewd and totally unsuitable for mass viewing are displayed.

Today the fight composer occupies a special position. He remains in search of ingenious ways of perpetuating cruelty. This display of mindless violence pollutes the minds of viewers. Their sensibility gets contaminated. Imitating their heroes, they also indulge in violence. Our generation has become trigger-happy.

The blanket ban on the scenes of sex and violence will not do and it is not desirable. It will mean swimming against the currents. Sex should be treated aesthetically to invoke pleasure and not basic instincts. Similarly, evil cannot be excluded from life. Cinema mirrors society. Evil and violence will stay there, but violence shown in films must look repulsive and not glorious. Above all, our film-makers should not blindly follow Hollywood. Ours is a different culture. For their own profits, they should not be allowed to corrupt our society.

Yours sincerely,

 Ramesh

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11. Rash driving causes fatal accidents. But the offenders go scot-free. They leave the victims bleeding and disappear from the scene. Practically, there is no penalty for reckless driving. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper commenting on reckless driving.

Ans. 2135, Sector 15-A

 Chandigarh

 April 4, 20xx

The Editor

The Tribune

Chandigarh.

Subject: Expressing concern over reckless driving

Sir

Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the concerned authorities and the general public towards the issue of more and more cases of reckless driving every day. Accidents due to reckless driving are the order of the day. The speed maniacs responsible for most of the accidents disappear from the scene leaving it the victims bleeding and crying. After knocking down a person, they flee before anybody can note down the number of there vehicles. They have no humanity left in them they think that the road is their private property. Reckless drivers overtake from the left disregarding all traffic rules. Traffic lights have no meaning for them.

The penalties imposed for reckless driving are too lenient to be effective. Time is ripe to impose heavy penalties on offenders. A reckless driver who speeds away after knocking down a person should be forced to spend at least one year in the prison cell, after being caught by the police. We need a large squad of traffic police to chase offenders. Those who exceed the speed limits must be given an exemplary punishment. The syllabus of each class must contain one chapter on traffic rules. Youths and other drivers must be taught to respect human life.

 The publication of this letter in your day will certainly bring some sense to the reckless drivers.

Yours sincerely,

Rama Kant

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