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With the current state of constant flux I am not so sure but seeing a little difference in some of the Queries. Also yesterday night when it was first launched you could go to google.com by typing it directly in the browser window. Not so anymore as it redirects you to google.co.in . So have to use Google Toolbar 2.0 now for US centric Queries. :(
They also seems to be having some local language bits on homepage, which loads as greek and latin to me on my system. May be i need to install some plugins for my browser to view the homepage correctly?
Anyway, i do have toolbar and i hope, they don't give redirections in the toolbar also! :)
Are they opening any office in India?... plan to shoot my Resume to them! :)
GoogleGuy, Please allow us to access the main English site of Google. Atleast we should have a choice about which version of the site to visit, the .com or .co.in.
Anyway, i do have toolbar and i hope, they don't give redirections in the toolbar also!
If you have the Google toolbar 2.0 Beta installed then you can select the Regional google in which to run your query. Select the International version and you should be OK.
Courtesy :- Feedback to google from WW members ;)
I see lot of Hindi stuff at Google.co.in
Atleast, this way people would be able to learn Hindi words(displayed in English). Though most of the people in India understand and speak English well, some don't. So, if foreigners are on a tour to India, they would be able to explain things in Hindi. Now Hindi would become an International Language.
They just have to open google.co.in to learn Hindi. I just hope they display the meaning in English too in future.
achchha hai. (It feels good). Isn't it?
[edited by: guddu at 9:41 am (utc) on Aug. 1, 2003]
We have lots of visitors from India, so we're really happy to have the domain for them and to offer Google News in India.
As always, if you're redirected to google.co.in but you really want to go to google.com, there should be a link at the bottom right that you can click. That will set a cookie that says "don't send me to google.co.in; always send me to google.com."
(wish there were a way to redirect followups a la newsgroups)