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Increasing Pollution: Factories Emitting Poisonous Gases
1.You came across an article in a newspaper and became very upset to see the thick smoke full of poisonous gases emitted by chimneys of a factory, which are mingling in the air and causing pollution. You feel strongly about it. Write a letter to the Editor of Hindustan Times, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, advocating the need for a law for the punishment to the owners of the factories which emit poisonous gases
Concerns About Pollution: Advocating for Stricter Laws Against Harmful Emissions.
34, Ganga Colony
August 17, 2022
The Hindustan Times
Subject: Air pollution -a matter of extreme concern.
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities and common masses towards the problem of pollution in our city. Among other environmental problems, we have a pollution problem which is on the rise.
They are the major source of air and water pollution. Air pollution leads to suffocation, breathing problem and lung diseases when our lungs are choked with polluted air. If the air we breathe is polluted, then we will surely be a victim of such diseases. Factory owners should be aware of this. They should take responsibility for the environment around them. The thick smoke emitted by the chimneys of factories is full of poisonous gases. This mixes with pure air and causes pollution. I think that there should be a strict law to punish the owners of such factories if they do not take the moral responsibility to keep the air clean.
I shall be really obliged to you for your immense kindness for providing a little space to my views in your esteemed and widely read newspaper.
Raising Awareness About Pollution Hazards: Taking Action Against Increasing Pollution
2.Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper to create awareness among the masses about pollution hazards.
Urgent Call to Educate the Masses and Address the Rising Environmental Dangers
Ans:- 28 Adarsh Nagar
July 12, 2020
Sub:-Environmental Pollution hazards unseen but fatal.
Through the editorial column of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the kind attention of the common masses regarding environmental pollution which is the biggest challenge before us.
Environmental pollution is the most pressing problem of the present time, but who is responsible for that Only government no. Let me tell you that all advancement becomes useless if a man does not get the very basic necessity of life, i.e. fresh and pure air. And only trees can do this service to man. Unluckily man, in his ignorance, has so far been destroying his very benefactors. There was a time when 50% of the Indian soil, was covered with forests. But man, in his greed, has reduced it to a mere 8% now. Only recently has our government become aware of the gravity of this problem. Various steps have been taken to keep the environment free from pollution. More attention is being paid to afforestation. In fact, environmental awareness is a social necessity. It is not only the duty of the government but also a social responsibility of each and every individual
I shall be really obliged to you for your act of kindness of providing a little space to my views in your prestigious newspaper for the noble cause of the awareness
Concerned About Pollution and Increasing Pollution in Delhi
3. You are Amit/Asha living in Delhi. Apart from environmental pollution, you feel concerned and disturbed at the rise in noise pollution. Write a letter to the Editor, The Hindustan Times’ on the basis of the points given below in 120 words.
• moving vehicles all the time create noise• number of vehicles has increased manifold • pressure horns, used by motorists• use of loudspeakers in functions• high pitch sound of music systems • causing deafness, mental tension• disturbance, lack of peace• mental and psychologic problems• need to create awareness• need to make a law to control it
A Plea for Action Against Increasing Pollution
Ans:- 15 Hardev Nagar
March 6, 20…….
The Hindustan Times
Subject: Noise pollution the biggest thread to sound health.
Let me voice my concern about the rise of noise pollution in our city through the columns of your esteemed newspaper.
The number of vehicles moving on the roads of the city has increased considerably causing a lot of deafening noise at all hours. The motorists use pressure horns indiscriminately, and this adds to the already polluted environment, greatly hazardous to the health of the people. Moreover, the use of loudspeakers, especially for religious purposes, goes on till dead of night. The high-pitched sound of music systems, DJs or orchestras, etc. causes mental tension and disturbs sleep at night. One keeps on tossing the whole night and longs for calm and quiet. Students and the sick are the worst hit. Moreover, noise pollution is sure to create many mental and psychological problems.
The police and the administration should create awareness among the people against the use of pressure horns and loudspeakers. The lawbreakers should be severely punished.
Disadvantages of Government’s Decision on Loudspeakers for Religious Purposes: Concerns About Pollution
4. A newspaper article says that the Government has declared the use of loud speakers is valid for religious purposes. After reading that article, you decide to write a letter to the editor of a newspaper, giving your strong views on the disadvantages of the Government’s move and making out an appeal to it to reconsider the decision.
Appealing for a Reconsideration: Addressing Concerns About Pollution
86, Geeta Colony, Basant Vihar
May 2, 2020
The Times of India
Sub: Misuse of Loudspeakers in the name of the region
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities and common masses towards Misuse of Loudspeakers in the name of the region.
I have read an article in yesterday’s newspaper regarding the Government’s decision of validating the use of loud speakers for the religious purposes. I am writing this letter to express my horror and indignation at the government s decision. Without any restrictions from the reinforcing agencies, the use of loudspeakers for religious purposes has assumed alarming proportions. It is only at midnight when loudspeakers from religious places are silent. But at 5 am the next morning they start blaring again. Loudspeakers, bands, etc., used in marriages add much strain to the people in addition to the daily noise of horns from the vehicular traffic. The authorities have already registered about 90 decibels of sound. The decision of the government on the premise of interference in the secular aspect of the Constitution will give unbridled freedom to users of loudspeakers for religious purposes. I therefore, appeal the Government to revise this decision
I shall be highly obliged to you for providing a relevant space to my views in your news paper.
R.K Singh’s Resentment About Pollution: Nighttime Noise from Loudspeakers for Religious Purposes
5. R.k Singh is a resident of Karol Bagh, New Delhi. After reading the following newspaper article, writes a letter to the editor of a newspaper, expressing his strong resentment against the noise pollution caused by the playing of loudspeakers for religious purposes at night. Using ideas from the article together with your own ideas, write a letter in 120 words.
An Appeal for Peaceful Nights Amid Increasing Pollution: Addressing Noise Pollution
Holy noise—A Great Source of Pollution
The Times of India News Service: 10 September 2013
Delhi has already earned the distinction of being the fourth most polluted city in the world. But the residents are victims not only of air and water pollution but also of the noise pollution which is playing havoc with the peace-loving citizens and the students. The playing of loudspeakers for religious purposes at night has been forcing lacs of `Delhi wallas’ to spend sleepless nights. As there is no law against the playing of music and loudspeakers for religious purposes, this liberty is being misused throwing discretion and good sense to the winds.
The Sunday Times
Subject: Pollution Caused by the holy noise is an undue advantage sough by ill minded ones.
Through the column of your esteemed daily I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities and the common masses regarding the noise made for religious purposes.
Tt seems that Delhi has not remained a pleasant place to live in as it used to be a few decades ago. It has earned a bad name as being the polluted city despite using liquefied petroleum gas in its bus fleet and auto-rickshaws. However, the residents of Delhi usually go sleepless at night these days due to another source of pollution—the pollution caused by the holy noise. It is not surprising that we don’t see the noise that is causing deafness to the people sitting in their shops on roads. This noise causes blood pressure and tension among old people and patients recovering in hospitals and clinics. The growing prosperity of the middle class has also made it a little more religious minded. Everyday roads are blocked and the traffic diverted for holding ‘kirtans’ or Jagrans’ at night. During the day, many temples and gurudwaras test the patience of the people’s ears by playing on religious sermons over loudspeakers. The sick and the students are the worst sufferers. I would request the authorities to take the requited measures. I appeal the Government to make laws that may regulate the use of loudspeakers at night for religious purposes.
Kindly provide a relevant space to my views in your esteemed newspaper.
Disadvantages of Project: Shahin Chatterjee’s Appeal for Government to Reconsider Increasing Pollution
7. Shahin Chatterjee is a resident of Badli Colony. After reading the following newspaper article, he writes a letter to the Editor of a local news ‘ her strong views on the disadvantages of this project and making gaper, appeal of the Government to reconsider its decision. Using ideas from the given article write a letter to the editor of a popular daily on behalf of Sachin .
THREAT TO FOREST
New Delhi: 14 June. The Government has decided to forest down a large. Forest area near Badli Colony to provide housing for 10,000 families. The project is likely to be completed by 1999. However, it is facing stiff opposition from farmers whose agricultural land is also being acquired. (Justify this paragraph)
A Plea for a Safer Environment: Addressing Concerns About Increasing Pollution
3/24, Rajendra Nagar
July 5, 2022
The Hindustan Times
Sub: Open threat to the forest and humans due to the Government’s decision.
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities and common masses towards cutting of trees near at Badli Colony. I am writing to express my horror at this decision
Perhaps it is motivated by vested political interests to create a vote bank for themselves. The project will spoil the scenic splendour and sylvan beauty of the colony. It will deprive us of our breathing lungs. Those who conceived this Project gave little thought to the poor farmers whose agricultural land is also being acquired they will be deprived of their livelihood. Their strong resentment and stiff opposition to the project is fully justified. The habitation of 10.000 families means adding 50,000 more residents to the colony. The natural outcome will be water, air, and noise pollution. It will be difficult to provide basic civic amenities of sewerage, cleanliness, etc. I vehemently oppose this move of the government.
I shall be highly obliged to you for your act of kindness of providing a little space to my views in your popular newspaper
Varsha’s Actions to Protect the Environment and Address Increasing Pollution
8. You are Varsha. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper about the things you can do to protect the environment in about 120 words.
A Personal Commitment to Making a Difference in the Fight Against Increasing Pollution.
26, Kamla Nagar
March 21, 2020
The Hindustan Times
Subject: Regarding what we, the citizens can do to Protect the Environment.
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of the common masses towards the steps to save the environment.
What I can do is renew my bond with nature by recognizing the right of all living things to live on this planet; improve our environmental awareness about the current environmental trends and problems and what needs to be done practicing the 3 ‘Rs’ — Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Reduce by minimizing waste. Reuse by using it. Recycle by processing it. Spread the environmental message; support local environmental groups; use our citizen and consumer rights to participate in the formulation of government policies regarding the environment and remind companies to be more environmentally friendly. In these ways, we can help protect the environment.
I shall be highly obliged to you for your act of kindness of providing a little space to my views in your esteemed newspaper.