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17 – E
Ravi Dass Road
October 9, 2018
Feroz Gandhi Market
Subject: The Nuisance of Loudspeakers
I am writing this letter to express my anguish and annoyance over the problem of loud speakers during the examination days. I am a student studying in +2 standard in a reputed school in the city. The final examinations are just round the corner. I am preparing very hard day and night. During the day the loud noise from speakers does not disturb and distract as much as it does at night. Especially at the weekends the nose from the loudspeakers is just unbearable. During the last weekend I could not study at all. As a result my stress and anxiety just hit the roof. In spite of the law prohibiting loud music playing beyond 11 o’ clock, people just violate the rules and regulations.
There are thousands of students like me who have to suffer on account of this problem. Besides, there are some old patients and new born babies in every locality who get affected by this noise pollution. I on behalf of all the students of the city plead and appeal to concerned authorities to look into the matter and ensure proper peace after 11 p.m. so that we can study. I am hopeful you will give enough space to my views in your newspaper. Thanking you.
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In Bholi’s life, love and encouragement made the impossible possible. Her story showed how, after the teacher handed over the key of education to her, she was able to unlock the door that confined her to the stereotypes and expectations yet lack of appreciation or recognition that the society has imposed on women. Bholi’s excellent character is seen when she expresses her desire to serve the very parents who treated her with disdain as long as she could remember. Also, she was ready to married the unprincipled Bishambernath so as to not go against her parents’ wishes and to protect his dignity. When she saw that the greedy and unruly Bishambernath, her prospective husband was charging her father for upholding his dignity, Bholi decides that her family does not need such an unworthy relationship. Because of her education, she was bold enough to protest and make her own decision as to how she would lead her life and support her parents. Her protest is seen by the society as her insolence. Her character deemed it fit to ignore them. Also, a contrast is seen when Bholi’s sisters become envious of their sister’s rich prospective husband while Bholi refused that so called ‘luck’ because she knew that a person was to be judged by his character and not his wealth.
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