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Sample Complaint Letter to Postmaster

Friday, 30 May 2014

Complaint Letter To Postmaster, complaining about the Missing Parcel

Your Address


                     Date: …………

The Postmaster
Post Office, Address

Sub: Parcel of receipt no ….. has not reached the address …..

Dear Sir,
I sent a Registered Parcel to Name, at: Address, City on date……………The provided receipt no. of the parcel is …….. The parcel was expected to be delivered on date …. but it has not arrived yet. It seems either the parcel is lost or delivered to some other place.

Kindly look in to the matter personally and resolve my issue as soon as possible. I will be highly obliged.

Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,
Your Name

Essay: My Aim In Life (to be a Fine Artist)

“If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.”
Albert Einstein

It is well-said by Albert Einstein. To have a good life, it is essential to set a goal and start working on it from the beginning. Whatever we aim for, our lives should be designed around it. Some people aim to become doctor and some want to be engineer. Every goal is achievable if we work hard.

I am always inspired by my surroundings and have a different view of things. I want to show my perspective to the world in the most beautiful way so I want to be a fine artist. I love how nature has colored the world and I want to add these colors in my paintings.
One inspiring story can bring so many powerful changes in one’s life. I want to tell these stories with my paint brush. Art is the language which is understood by every person living in this world. With my paintings, I want to give the message of peace and love that my country holds. I can bring so many changes with the power of my creations.

Pakistan is the land of art and so many renowned artists belong to our country. I am working hard to learn the basics now and in the near future, I will get what I desire. I know I can achieve my goal because I strive day and night to make my dreams come true.

Poem HOPE by Ifrah A.

Monday, 26 May 2014

There is a feeling inside that twist and roll;
Something which keeps emotions at hold,

It gives me reason to be bold;
When the weather of life starts becoming cold,

It's a thunder that is striking fast;

Sparks of its hunter forever last,

Whenever the pain becomes sharp as knife;
It heals the wound by murmuring inside,

It's mine, yours and everyone's friend;
A blessing of God, His magic paint,

It fills life with colors again;
When nothing looks right and everything in pain,

The thing I am talking about is known as hope;
It lives inside us so we never feel alone.

Educational Problems In Pakistan (Essay)

Sunday, 11 May 2014

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
Nelson Mandela

Education is the basic right of every human being. It is the power that drags a person from darkness of illiteracy into the light of knowingness. In general sense, education is the transferring of knowledge, habits and skills from one generation to the next. However, in our country, education is taken as the art of getting knowledge from the books only. This is the foremost reason of educational downfall in Pakistan.

There are many factors that are contributing to the destruction of education in Pakistan; government negligence, poverty, class discrimination, and poor education system are the top ones.

In the last few decades, many primary and secondary government schools have been developed in cities and villages and they are providing free education but their standard is no match with the schools of private sectors. In public schools, many students get enrolled every year but the school administration doesn’t care for the daily attendance. 

In government schools, students don’t get proper education as many government school teachers don’t bother to pay visit to the school and the students who go to these schools often don’t get educated in the way they deserve. This problem can only be solved with the involvement of government. It should take initiatives to control the attendance of the teachers at school.

Another big problem is the class discrimination that can be seen in the educational system of Pakistan also. Our elite class, which includes our ministers and officials, send their children to some best private schools. So the people with the power don’t concern with the poor educational system of the government schools.

The rise of poverty in Pakistan is forcing every single person of the house to work, as parents’ wages are low to support the whole family. When a poor has nothing to eat, how can he think about the education of his children. In this alarming situation, it is necessary for the government to introduce beneficial policies for the poor that can help them to educate their families.  As the less privileged people are in the majority, government should help them in education so they can be fruitful for Pakistan in the future.

There is a huge list of educational problems in Pakistan. We don’t have the power to change the system, but we can change ourselves. If we can afford, we should take the responsibility to teach at least one child who is illiterate. We can give tuition to the ones who are going to the government schools.  Sitting and condemning government cannot bring change; we can also do a lot!


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