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U have a Mahindra Bolero,then convert it in to Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen

How to transform your Mahindra Bolero into a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen. My friends, started life as a humble #Mahindra Bolero. But somewhere down the line, its owner thought he’d be better off with a #Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen. There was one problem though.

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U have a Maruti Baleno ,then convert it in to Mercedes A-Class

This Maruti Baleno to Mercedes A-Class conversion will make you want to shoot yourself. Having dreams is a good thing. Mostly. Unless you wake up one day having dreamt that your #Maruti Baleno has converted itself into a #Mercedes A-Class.

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Alert : Cyclone Nada To Hit Tamil Nadu On December 2

Weather offices on Wednesday said that a depression over the Bay of Bengal is likely to intensify into a cyclonic storm and cross the north Tamil Nadu on December 2, bringing heavy rainfall. The Area Cyclone Warning Centre Director S

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Tomi Lahren: the young Republican who’s bigger than Trump on Facebook

One of Facebook’s most popular conservatives burst into prominence with sharp viral rants against liberals. But how will her underdog attack style play under President Trump? She’s a free-speech advocate who tells her opponents to sit down and quit throwing

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Prince Alwaleed says women driving ban hurts Saudi economy

An influential Saudi prince, the billionaire investor Alwaleed bin Talal, has called on his country to lift its ban on women driving cars. He said it was a matter of economic necessity as well as women’s rights to lift restrictions.

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Aleppo battle: Shell-fire kills civilians in rebel-held east

Many civilians have been killed in the Syrian city of Aleppo as government forces intensify their assault on besieged, rebel-held districts. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group, said at least 26 people died when government shell-fire hit

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CIA chief warns Trump: Scrapping Iran deal ‘height of folly’

The director of the CIA has warned US President-elect Donald Trump that ending the Iran nuclear deal would be “disastrous” and “the height of folly”. In a BBC interview, John Brennan also advised the new president to be wary of

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HIV vaccine: Clinical trial begins in South Africa

A new vaccine against HIV, the virus that causes Aids, is being tested in South Africa in what scientists say is the first large study of an HIV vaccine’s effectiveness since 2009. The study aims to enrol 5,400 sexually active

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YouTube live-streaming goes 4K

Google’s massive video site adds the high-definition video format as it battle with Facebook over who will rule live-streaming. YouTube launched support for for 4K live streaming Wednesday. Google’s massive video site said the new format would let creators and

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India cinemas ordered to play national anthem

India’s Supreme Court has ruled that the national anthem must be played in every cinema before a film is screened. Judges said the order should be enforced within 10 days and audiences must stand when the anthem is played. In

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five-year-old daughter cannot stop laughing whenever she heard her teacher’s name.

Annalise Terumalai, five, keeps giggling when she hears teacher’s name Her mother Priscilla later met Miss Butt and said she dismissed the story But mother-of-two was summoned to a meeting with four teaching staff Mayville Primary School says it is

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Formula 1 calendar 2017: German GP dropped & Brazil in doubt

Germany has been dropped from next year’s Formula 1 calendar and the Brazilian Grand Prix is also in doubt. The official calendar, to be published later on Wednesday by governing body the FIA, has been seen by BBC Sport. It

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Trump says he will ‘leave business’ to focus on presidency

President-elect Donald Trump has announced he is leaving “business in total” to focus on the presidency and avoid perceived conflicts of interest. Mr Trump said he would be expanding on his plans at a press conference with his children next

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RBI eases cash balance requirements for banks

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will allow banks to use all their cash to meet the central bank’s new cash reserve ratio requirements, not just a certain amount of the money, in a technical but important move that could

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