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2020 Maruti Vitara Brezza Petrol MT To Likely Get Mild Hybrid System

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Maruti Suzuki launched the facelifted Vitara Brezza last month with cosmetic revisions and a new BSVI petrol engine Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) had the Vitara Brezza dominating the compact SUV sales charts for more than three years until the arrival of Hyundai Venue. The latter with better equipment list and wide variety of engine options to choose from as well as Blue Link connectivity features got the better of Vitara Brezza in monthly sales for a few months in 2019. It has continued to do the same in the early stages of this calendar year as in February 2020, the Venue was the second most sold SUV in the country behind Kia Seltos. In response to the growing competition, Maruti Suzuki introduced the facelifted Vitara Brezza at the 2020 Auto Expo last month with cosmetic updates to stretch the lifespan of the existing model. Priced between Rs. 7.34 lakh and Rs. 11.40 lakh (ex-showroom), the 2020 Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza gets new front grille, sharper headlamps with L

Nokia 5G phone to be featured in No Time

HIGHLIGHTS HMD Global has announced it will launch its first Nokia 5G phone. Nokia 5G phone, possibly the Nokia 8.2, will be launched on March 19. Nokia's first 5G phone will feature in James Bond movie, No Time To Die. HMD Global has set March 19 as the launch date for its new generation of Nokia phones. As per recent rumours, a Nokia 5G phone is in the offing, which could possibly be the Nokia 8.2 5G. HMD Global has now announced that the first Nokia 5G phone will indeed be unveiled at its upcoming event in London. The first glimpse of the Nokia phone will be out via a 90-second video commercial that will feature the actors of the 25th James Bond movie, No Time To Die. The commercial will be aired for the first time on March 8, Sunday. Nokia’s first 5G phone and other Nokia-branded phones that are likely to be launched on March 19 will also be featured in No Time To Die movie, the release for which has been pushed back to November this year. The Nokia 5G

Belle Mare – Mauritius

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Belle Mare – Mauritius If powder-white sand and coral reefs are your thing, then Belle Mare beach is heaven. It’s on the south coast of the island and is surrounded by unspoilt nature, with only a few hotels and luxury villas. The coral reef offshore creates a lagoon, so the water is perfect for swimming.   Monach Isles – Scotland These remote islands in the Outer Hebrides have beautiful untouched beaches, rocky ledges and endless dunes. Beaches here are wild and rugged, and it’s not unusual to have the entire stretch of sand all to yourself. GRAND ANSE, GRENADA You’ll find no shortage of beautiful beaches in Grenada, but tranquil, sheltered Grand Anse is one of the best. Two miles of milky-white sand on the western, leeward side of the island, it’s a short water-taxi ride from the capital of St George’s, and is overlooked by some of Grenada’s finest hotels. You won’t want for anything here, whether it’s goblet-sized G&Ts, market stalls or seahorses that swoosh

Beaches In The World

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Lucky Bay – Esperance, Australia Australia’s whitest beach, Lucky Bay, is also one of Western Australia’s most well-known gems. Its perfectly clean sand and turquoise water make it a must-visit, with the bay stretching on for 5km. Keep an eye out for kangaroos lazing on the sand!  Glass Beach – California, USA This is no ordinary beach – Glass Beach gets its name from the smooth colourful glass pieces that make up its shore. Once a local dumping site, the glass has become pretty pebbles over the years and the beach is now a protected spot. DUNE DU PILAT, FRANCE In the warmer months, Europe’s tallest sand dune, just an hour’s drive from  Bordeaux , is cloaked in a constant, shimmering heat haze, giving the illusion that this sprawling French beach is scattered with gleaming treasure. The sand here, which forms peaks as high as 300 feet, is as finely milled as fresh flour, perfect for sausage-rolling your way down to the tussocky Atlantic shoreline and standing t

Health Tips for Heart, Mind, and Body

Health Tips for Heart, Mind, and Body Unhealthy lifestyle. It’s a common contributor of our biggest health problems: stroke, heart disease, diabetes, cancer.  1. Daily exercise. You brush your teeth every day; exercise is equally important for your daily routine. Turn off the TV or computer, and get at least 30 minutes of exercise every day. To work your heart, it’s got to be aerobic exercise. You’ve got lots of options: walking, jogging, biking, rowing machine, elliptical machine, swimming. But don’t feel like you have to be an athlete. Walking is great exercise. Get 10 minutes here and there during the day. It all counts. 2. Healthy diet. Quit eating junk food and high-fat fast food. Your heart, brain, and overall health are harmed by foods high in saturated fats, salt, and cholesterol. There’s no getting around it. You’ve got to replace them with healthy foods: lots of fruits, vegetables, fish, nuts, olive oil — what we call the Mediterranean diet. 3. Weight loss. Too much body

When is Diwali (Deepavali)? Dates for 2019 to 2025

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When is Diwali (Deepavali)? Dates for 2019 to 2025 Diwali or Deepavali, also known as the "Festival of Lights," is the biggest festival in the Hindu Calendar, celebrated in early fall of each year; but when Divali occurs in the calendar changes every year. Spiritually, it symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance. As the term "Festival of Lights" suggests, the celebration involves millions of lights illuminated from rooftops, doorways, and windows in thousands of temples and buildings all over the countries where the festival is observed.  Diwali: 2019–2025 Because Diwali is such a meaningful celebration, it is not uncommon for individuals to plan festivities years in advance. Diwali lasts five days, and the main celebrations are held on the third day. For planning purposes, here are the dates for the main celebrations for Diwali for the next few years: 2019: Sunday, October 27 (starts on October 25, ends