An Indian Google

Guruji.com is the first crawler based search engine for India and India related content. Two Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi graduates have returned from the Silicon Valley to launch a home-grown search engine with loads of Indian content.Its proprietary algorithm automatically identifies India related content on the web and organizes it in such aContinue reading “An Indian Google”

Google Search Tips: Part 2

* The asterisk is a search wildcard. For example, searching for three*mice finds three blind mice, three button mice, etc.* Google search currently has a hard limit of 32 words – that’s keywords and special syntax combined. Search terms after the first 32 words are ignored. * Google’s Boolean default is AND, which means that,Continue reading “Google Search Tips: Part 2”

Google Search Tips : Part 1

* Phrase your question in the form of an answer. So instead of typing, “What is the average rainfall in the Amazon basin?”, you might get better results by typing “The average rainfall in the Amazon basin is.” * This is an old one, but very important: Put quotes around phrases that must be searchedContinue reading “Google Search Tips : Part 1”