Commonwealth Games and Opening Ceremony

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(For July 2011 and January 2012 sessions)
1. Write a paragraph on any one of the following topics. (1 50‐200 words) I.
Protecting the environment
Impact of globalization on your culture
Mercy Killing I Euthanasia
Curbing Corruption
Protecting the environment
We are in trouble! Almost every day we seem to hear of yet another problem affecting the environment. We should be concerned about the state of the planet in terms of its energy supplies and changing climate. The clear message being broadcast by all responsible governments is that every person has a part to play in addressing these issues. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, you can protect the environment by: preventing pollution, recycling materials, looking after reserves of water and conserving energy. Every one of us, whatever age we are can do something to help slow down and reverse some of the damage. We cannot leave the problem‐solving entirely to the experts ‐ we all have a responsibility for our environment. We must learn to live in a sustainable way i.e. learn to use our natural resources which include air, freshwater, forests, wildlife, farmland and seas without damaging them. As populations grow and lifestyles change, we must keep the world in a good condition so that future generations will have the same natural resources that we have. 2. Write a report for a newspaper about the inaugural ceremony of a major sporting event that took place in your city. (250 words) 2010 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium By MyIGNOUBC (Your Name Here)

New Delhi: The nineteenth Commonwealth Games got off to an inspiring and magnificent start on 3rd of October, 2010 at the Indian Capital with the opening ceremony, which unfolded without any glitch. The Commonwealth Games, 2010, opening ceremony which started on 7 P.M, put up a brilliant show of more than two hours at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi. The ceremony beautifully portrayed and upholded the great journey of India with all its unique features. For more solved assignments go to 1 | P a g e

The opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games 2010, which kick started the twelve days sport extravaganza will continue till 14th of October in New Delhi. Both the Indians as well as the foreigners were simply moved by the richness and prosperity of the Indian culture that was all put together to perfection on 3rd October, 2010. Almost 65,000 people gathered to watch out the mesmerizing show put up by India at the CWG 2010 opening ceremony. The Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi roared with the rapturous applauds of the numerous visitors. The Prince of Wales i.e. Prince Charles and his wife and Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla were present at the opening ceremony of CWG, 2010, who were acquainted to the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi. They were accompanied by the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the President of India, Prathiba Patil. The Commonwealth Games 2010 opening ceremony commenced with the national anthem of India. The Nagada drummers along with the Shankha trumpeters beat the countdown of the opening ceremony as the "Aerostat" moved high up into glory. Traditional classical dancers from India showcased the guru‐shishya tradition which was popular in ancient India. Many traditional and prestigious dance forms like Kathak, Bharatanatyam, Odissi, Mohiniattam, Manipuri and Kuchipudi were performed by talented and popular artists along with the great musicians playing the sitars. Young athletes put up their stunning performances in the form of 'Surya Namaskar' and yoga asanas. The participants from all the countries at the Commonwealth Games 2010 were welcomed. Many popular and important personalities graced the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games 2010 with their presence. The Commonwealth Games Theme Song performed...
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