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Banaras

Story Banaras is a love story between star-crossed lovers: high caste Shwetamberi, (Urmilla Matondker) and low caste Soham (Ashmit Patel) who was abandoned as a baby, and brought up by a street sweeper. Because Soham's heritage is unknown he lives his life as a low caste. He is helped as a boy and later as a young man by spiritual guide Babaji (Naseeruddin Shah), who had in fact died two hundred years ago, but comes back to life to guide Soham.
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Silent Voice, A

Story A Silent Voice is a subtitled animated Japanese movie by Yamada Naoko. It's about the relationship between two school students, Shoya Ishida (Miyu Irino) and Shoko Nishimiya (Saori Hayami). When Shoko, who has a hearing impairment, starts as a new student in an established elementary class, delinquent Shoya teases her because of her impairment.
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Crow's Egg, The

Story The Crow's Egg is an Indian comedy drama in Tamil with English subtitles. It's about two poor young brothers, Periya Kaaka Muttai (J Vignesh) and Chinna Kaaka Muttai (V Ramesh). They live in a slum with their mother and grandmother, and spend their time stealing and eating eggs from crow's nests.
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Enuresis: What is the alarm system?

The use of an alarm system, along with other preventive measures for enuresis, is one of the best ways for the child to learn to recognize when the bladder is full at night, and thus wake up to go to the bathroom to satisfy your needs. The alarm system is like an alarm clock that is sensitive to moisture and is placed in the child's underwear.
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Dos and Don'ts to Raise Happy Children

Parents have many challenges ahead of us: that our children learn manners, that they know the hygiene rules, that they obey, that they learn to make an effort ... They are many and very varied but, above all those challenges is the most important achievement, make our children grow up happy, and we have the key to make their childhood happy or not.
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Talking and listening activity: children 3-6 years

Talking and listening: why it's good for children When you make time to talk and listen with your child, he learns that what he thinks and says is important to you. This makes your relationship stronger and builds your child's self-esteem and confidence. Listening and talking together also helps your child learn social skills like listening to others.
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