Many thanks to Mr. Andrewdust for editing my previous mail.

May I submit some more paragraphs for editing. Please check and correct. Thanks in anticipatation;

The popularity of beauty pageants is adding new countries to its list year after year. It is no longer just a dream for many developing countries. Miss India Worldwide is conducted annually in various cities around the world. Now it is blooming into Arabian desert too. For the first time “Miss India Oman” is due to scheduled this month according to a leading local newspaper. Organisers of the event encourage the winners to take up charitable causes. (This para need to be updated).

These pageants of international repute are not only exploring the women of substance but also promoting links and interaction between the people and cultures of difference countries. They provide a chance to exchange ideas and understand each other in a better way. Recently, Hollywood star Sharon Stone had agreed to travel to Bollywood (Bombay) to be a judge at a beauty contest Miss International India pageant, a contest of women of Indian origin. The strong reason behind her acceptance to participate is that the proceeds of the pageant will be utilized to help AIDS sufferers. The organizer representative Mr. Mehta said “Sharon is very interested in programmes related to Aids victims …… and so she has shown interest”.

Last but not least, early this year a German beauty queen, Ms. Germany Universe, Alexsandra Vodjanikova was trying for a peace date with the dictator Saddam Hussein through his foreign minister, in a bid to talk to him into disarming and avoid a war. Indeed, beauty tried to surmount one of the greatest heights of humanity. Had she succeeded, the present agony of Iraq would have been avoided. Finally, the only one participant and winner of “Miss Tibet” vows to struggle for independence of Tibet from China – a giant task by a tiny girl.

So we can conclud that organizers are trying to groom the girls with a lot of human values that could serve social causes and beautify the soul of the society in various forms. They try to promote beauty for a purpose. Contestants are more beautiful than their actual looks when they carry out their social responsibilities sincerely during and after their reign of crowns and certainly beauty is not only skin deep in these cases and has significant relevance to the society.

First off, I don't believe some of the things in this text!! Secondly you should log in and grab yourself a nicknameEmotion: wink

Ok here goes….

The growing popularity of beauty pageants is causing new countries to join in year after year. It is no longer just a dream for many developing countries. Miss India Worldwide is conducted annually in various cities around the world. Now it is blooming into the Arabian desert too. For the first time “Miss India Oman” is due to be scheduled this month according to a leading local newspaper. Organisers of the event encourage the winners to take up charitable causes.

These pageants of international repute are not only exploring the women of substance but also promoting links and interaction between the people and cultures of difference countries. They provide a chance to exchange ideas and understand each other in a better way. Recently, Hollywood star Sharon Stone had agreed to travel to Bollywood (Bombay) to be a judge at The "Miss International India pageant": a beauty contest of women of Indian origin. The strong reason behind her acceptance to participate is that the proceeds of the pageant will be utilized to help AIDS sufferers. The organizer representative Mr. Mehta said “Sharon is very interested in programmes related to Aids victims …… and so she has shown interest”.

Last but not least, early this year a German beauty queen, Ms. Germany Universe, Alexsandra Vodjanikova was trying for a peace date with the dictator Saddam Hussein through his foreign minister, in a bid to talk to him into disarming and avoid a war. Indeed, beauty tried to surmount one of the greatest heights of humanity. Had she succeeded, the present agony of Iraq would have been avoided. Finally, the only one participant and winner of “Miss Tibet” vows to struggle for independence of Tibet from China – a giant task by a tiny girl.

So we can conclude that organizers are trying to groom the girls with a lot of human values that could serve social causes and beautify the soul of the society in various forms. They try to promote beauty for a purpose. Contestants are more beautiful than their actual looks when they carry out their social responsibilities sincerely during and after their reign of crowns and certainly beauty is not only skin deep in these cases and has significant relevance to the society.

Ok there are my minor corrections, I didn't have many as you can see.... However I'm not too sure of my proof reading skills... at all. You might want to wait for a second opinion.
Dear Mr. Peter,

Thanks for your corrections.

My nickname is "ezeelearner". But after entering my username and password i am not getting access to the forum. That's why I used "guest" facility. I am trying again my nickname hope this time it will be successfully done.

Could you please mark what you don't believe in the above essay? Thank in anticipation for your valuable opinion.

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May I tell you that much of the info. of above essay is gathered from news articles and websites. I am interested more in writing skills than its contents. Thanks & regards,