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Sound Pollution

Sound pollution is very acute in industrial towns and cities. When the tolerance limit of sound exceeds 45 decibels, it is known as sound pollution. Sound pollution is very harmful to health. The increasing use of machines in everyday life is the primary source of sound pollution. Thousands of buses, trucks, cars etc. create intolerable noise to our ears. Mills and factories and exposed to city people. Besides, indiscriminate use of loudspeakers, use of hydraulic horns by the motorists, the mike used at meetings etc. make sound pollution. Excessive noise may lead to deafness and an increase in high pressure. Thus, sound pollution can do irreversible damage to human health and to the well being of a man. To minimize sound pollution unfit vehicles should be banned. Again, the use of hydraulic horns in vehicles can be banned. Mills and factories can be shifted at un-residential area. However, proper legislation and public co-operation should be sought to minimize noise pollution. 

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Social Concerns in Modern Literature

Modern literature in most countries deals with real social issue. For example, many contemporary novels of Africa and India depict the lives of ordinary people struggling against adversity. Furthermore, poetry from Sough America and North America speaks out against social and economic oppression. In still another instance, modern European drama enacts the fate of the working man in his drab confrontation with life. Even films, popular songs, and folk drama from all around the world tell the story of the little man and his battle against the giants of impersonal corporations, remote governments, or aggressive neighbouring nations. It is clear from these limited examples that contemporary literature in many parts of the world deals with the social issues of the day.

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