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Updates and news from Google India

The official Google+ page for Google in India.

In keeping with the diverse nature of the country, we will be posting on a wide range of topics covering news, announcements, tips and tricks and a little bit about what it's like to work in Google India. 

So add us to your circles for regular updates. See you on the stream!If you have any questions about how to use specific Google products, we'd encourage you to visit the main Help centre. There you'll find instructions and tips, and will be able to discuss Google products with other users and Google employees.

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About 8 weeks ago Take a virtual journey through the Taj Mahal and other iconic Indian monuments
No matter where in the world you are, this weekend, take a walk through the majestic Taj Mahal. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at our journey to bring the crown jewel of India- The Taj Mahal online : 

Read a little more about this initiative on our blog today:

About 9 weeks ago Celebrating Sarojini Naidu's birthday
An activist, a poet, a child prodigy. Today we humbly dedicate our homepage to the Nightingale of India, Sarojini Naidu who touched a lot of hearts with her poems and won the affection of a nation for her work during the Indian freedom struggle. Check out the doodle on

#GoogleDoodle   #GoogleIndiaDoodle  

About 6 weeks ago Celebrating International Women's Day
Check out our homepage today as we kick-off celebrations for the International Women's Day with greetings from inspiring women across the globe in different languages ! We spotted a few beloved Indian faces including the legendary Asha Bhosle and Mary Kom. Check our home page 

#GoogleDoodle     #InternationalWomensday   

About 4 weeks ago Watch the true story of Independent India's first-ever voter, Mr Shyam Saran Negi
He is 97 years old and has voted in every single election since 1951. Make your vote count.

About 10 weeks ago From Google+ to the walls of the Saatchi Gallery...

The Saatchi Gallery is excited to announce the Motion Photography Prize! We are inviting photographers all over the world to celebrate this new creative art form. Enter for a chance to exhibit your work at the Saatchi Gallery and go on the trip of a lifetime with a photographer or film-maker of your choice. 

The Prize opens today and the first category is Landscape. Submit your Motion Photograph here:

To find out more visit

#Landscape #Photography #InMotion

Image: Simon Cheung, An Underwater Spell

About 3 weeks ago +Shivraj Singh Chouhan on a Google+ Hangout On Air with +IBNLive Watch Now #askshivraj  
About 7 weeks ago Backstage awesomeness!
About 10 weeks ago Internet Safety Week
Today on  Safer Internet Day, we are excited to introduce “Good to Know”, a nationwide campaign to raise awareness around staying safe online.

As the next billion Internet users come online, we are committed to ensuring they are empowered to be responsible digital citizens. To kickstart the campaign, a week-long series of educational events will be held in New Delhi,  followed by digital literacy and online safety workshops in Pune, Kanpur, Guwahati and Lucknow. 

#Goodtoknow   #InternetSafetyWeek   

About 5 weeks ago Alright, cricket fans—we heard you. Starting today—just in time for the upcoming ICC World T20 in Bangladesh—Google Now supports cricket. You can get live updates on your favourite national teams’ runs and wickets, as well as checking their upcoming fixtures. Just open Google Now, add your team to your settings by tapping on the “magic wand,” and you’ll never miss a wicket again. (Make sure you have the updated app: and have your language set to English.) Of course, it’s not just the Now cards; you can always ask Google for the latest scores, too: even if you can’t watch your team’s match, you can still get all the latest live results. Try “India vs. Australia” or "India cricket" to see if your team’s up or down. Howzat! #T20WC2014 #GoogleNowUpdate
About 7 weeks ago ||Superwoman|| backstage at #YTFF