2.Include the date. After your contact information, leave a blank line and then add the date. Write it formally, as you would in a business letter, such as: “Feb 25, 2016.”
Include the recipient’s name and address. If you are writing an email or sending in a physical letter, address the letter as you would a business letter. Include the recipient’s name, position, company, and address. If you don’t know the editor’s name, you can either find it in the newspaper, or you can just write “Editor.”
4.State if you want your letter published anonymously. It’s usually a good idea to attach your name to your letter, and some newspapers won’t publish letters anonymously anyway. But sometimes, there may be a circumstance where you want to state your opinion but you don’t want people to know who you are. Add a note to the editor that your letter needs to be published anonymously.
Write a simple salutation. There's no need to be fancy here. Just write "To the editor,” "To the editor of The Herald," or “Dear Editor.” Follow this salutation with a comma or a colon.
6.State the article you're responding to. Orient your readers as quickly as possibly by stating the name and date of the article that you're responding to. Also, include the article’s argument. You can do this in just one or two sentences.
7.State your position. After you've stated the argument you're responding to, you should clearly state the position you're taking on the issue and why you feel a certain way. If your authority relates to the issue in some way, then state your occupation as well. Take this time to show why the issue is relevant and important, but remember to be brief.
8.Focus on one major point. Your letter is too short to cover much ground. Give your letter more force by focusing on one issue and providing evidence for that issue.
9.Make your most important point up front. This helps your reader identify exactly what you’re arguing from the get-go. If your letter is edited, it will be cut from the bottom up. If your most important point is at the beginning, it won’t get lost in the editing.
10.Provide evidence. Now that you've stated your position on an issue, you need to back it up with some facts. If you want your letter to be chosen, then you need to show that you've put some thought and research into formulating your letter. Though you don't have a lot of space, just providing a few key facts can make a big difference. Here are some great ways to provide evidence:
11.Use a personal example. To make your point relevant, use a personal story. Readers can more easily recognize the impact that news can have on a person when that person shares a personal story.
12.Say what should be done. Once you've provided evidence for your point of view, end the letter by saying what can be done to address the issue. Perhaps just raising awareness of the issue in the community is enough, but there may be other things that people can do to address the issue and get involved.
13.Name names in your letter. If your letter is intended to influence a legislator or a corporation to take a specific action, name that person or corporation. The staff working for the legislator is collecting news mentions of the legislator. Corporations are doing the same. These people will be more likely to read your letter if you name them specifically.
Have a simple closing. Have one sentence that summarizes your point of view on the issue so your readers have a clear reminder of your main message.
Include a closing phrase along with your name and city. At the very end of your letter, include a simple “Sincerely,” or “Best regards,” to finish your letter. Then include your name and city. Include your state if the newspaper is not your local publication.
16.Include your affiliation if you are writing in your professional capacity. If your professional expertise is relevant to your article, then include this information between your name and residence. If you are attaching your company’s name to your letter, you are implicitly stating that you are speaking on behalf of the organization. If you are writing on your own, then omit your company name. You can still use your professional title if it is relevant to the issue addressed in your letter. The following is an example that uses an organizational affiliation.
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LETTER TO THE EDITORSender's address DateReceiving editor's address
Subject: concerning to the serious nuisance of monkeys.
Monkey Day is an unofficial holiday celebrated internationally on December 14. While the holiday is mainly about monkeys, it also celebrates other non-human primates such as apes, tarsiers, and lemurs.
India has wide range of destinations with diversity among the region and habitats such as forests, grasslands, wetlands and deserts. All together there are 13 species of Monkey is available in Indian sub continent.The bio diversity of India support variety of flora and fauna and the monkeys are one of them. India is home to large family of monkeys species distributed from evergreen Western Ghats to north east states and dry forests of central India. The Phayre's Langur is the state animal of Tripura but species of lutung.
The Hanuman langurs are are biggest species of Old World monkeys found in the Indian subcontinent. Gray Langurs are large, gray or yellowish and black face, ears monkeys and the largest species of monkey found in Asia. Other sub species of Gray Langurs in India are black-footed gray langur, Tufted gray langur and Kashmir gray langur. ( Black face)
The rhesus monkey is one of the most famous species of Old World monkeys and distributed in large population across the country. Rhesus Macaques is native to Asia and have a widest geographic ranges in India, Rajasthan, Delhi and Varanasi are few city place to located these monkeys in temples and society. ( Red face)
A common enough monkeys found in India, it has a tail longer than its head or body. In fact, the bonnet macaques have the longest tail among all monkeys found in India. Found in peninsular India, these macaques are often seen sitting in a group of 20-30 feeding on the ground or sitting on trees.
In the mythology of Hinduism, India's majority religion, Hanuman is the monkey commander of an army of monkeys. As recounted in the great Hindu Sanskrit poem the Ramayana ("Romance of Rama"), Hanuman led his army to help RamaÃ¢an important Hindu god Ã¢recover Rama's wife, Sita, from the demon Ravana, king of Lanka. In recognition of his services to Rama, Hanuman is upheld by Hindus as a model for all human devotion, and monkeys are, by extension, considered sacred. They have been allowed to go about their business unmolested, and many people leave fruit and other food out in public spaces for the monkeys, which encourages them to congregate.
But in recent years reports of increasing monkey aggression and burgeoning monkey populations have been on the rise in India, and public opinion is turning against the simians. Urban sprawl and deforestation in the world's second most populous country are largely to blame for the increase in monkey-related strife, as buildings and other development take over an ever-larger share of the habitat of native animals. In the capital territory of Delhi, where cows and elephants also roam the streets, government buildings are overrun with rhesus macaques, probably the most common local monkey species. It is estimated that tens or even hundreds of thousands of monkeys of various species live in the Delhi metropolitan area. A large number of them live on Raisina Hill, where government offices are concentrated. Monkeys run through offices, attack workers, screech, and wreak havoc with the files. They have scattered top-secret documents and snapped power lines. On the streets, they snatch food from people, pick pockets, ride buses and subways, and drink alcohol. They have bitten people and threatened visitors.
Primatologist mapped the problem since the early 1980s when it first began, calls this process a "farce". "Monkeys are not staying inside the sanctuary simply because they do not have access to the kind of food they eat. Instead, they have now started raiding villages around the sanctuary. Most have come back to the city. Colonies which never had a monkey problem are now infested with them.
Please help with dealing with the issue.
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HAVEA GREAT DAY!!!
33, Jal Vihar
Wazirabad, New Delhi - 33
Dated: 17 July 2017
Subject: Need for people’s movement for a clean Yamuna
I am Radha G, member of NGO AWAAZ. I am writing to you in order to highlight the deteriorating condition of river Yamuna.
The city of Delhi is getting contaminated water from river Yamuna. The residents are to be blamed for this. They pollute the river with garbage, sewage and filth. The river water is full of bacteria, plastic, chemicals and other waste materials. It is unfit for consumption.
The people have been demanding a Water Treatment plant. The authorities have not yet responded to the repeated requests.
I request you to highlight the problem in your newspaper and arouse public interest. We all need to get together in order to get the plant set up in the area.
You are the biggest F
Colonial Influences. American colonists had some strong ideas about what they wanted in a government. These ideas surface in colonial documents, and eventually became a part of the founding documents like the Declaration of Independence and Constitution.
A Letter to the Editor may be written to the editor of a newspaper or a magazine. It is written to highlight a social issue or problem. It can also be written in order to get it published in the said medium. As it is a formal letter, the format has to be followed strictly.
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title -leter to editor of leadind newsper probllem of monkeys
I want to tell you that in today time their are 1000 cases of monkey biter are reported everyday in India cities . the monkeys are doing roobery and some other works . I requiost to yoyu for please print this news in newspaper .
ragiv mittalhope this will help you please mark me as brainlist please
in Gautam's place u should write your name..
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The format for letter to editor is:
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