I know the definitions of Lie group and topological group are different. Can you give me an example of topological group which is not a Lie group.
Another example is the rationals under addition with the subspace topology induced from inclusion in $\mathbb R$. Since the rationals are countable, they can't be a manifold of dimension exceeding $0$, so the only possibility would be a $0$ manifold. However, the topology on the rationals is not discrete, so they do not form a $0$-manifold either.