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Google Doodle in India focuses on Lok Sabha polls

Google Doodle in India focuses on Lok Sabha polls

Google on Thursday marked the beginning of the general elections in India with a doodle that featured an inked finger, which when clicked led users to a page explaining the voting procedure.This doodle’s reach was only for India where the world’s largest democratic exercise kicked off earlier in the day.The interactive doodle page contained information

Google Doodle honours SPL Sorensen who introduced pH scale

Google Doodle honours SPL Sorensen who introduced pH scale. Google on Tuesday celebrated Danish chemist Soren Peder Lauritz Sorensen who introduced the pH scale to the world with an interactive Doodle. Sorensen’s method of expressing acidity — the negative logarithm of hydrogen ion concentration (pH) — still has a wide range of real-world uses.For example,

Google Doodle celebrates India's first US-trained female doctor

Google Doodle celebrates India’s first US-trained female doctor

Google Doodle celebrates India’s first US-trained female doctor. Google on Saturday dedicated a Doodle to India’s “first” female doctor Anandi Gopal Joshi to mark what would have been her 153rd birthday. The Doodle is created by Bangalore-based artist Kashmira Sarode who imagines Joshi celebrating her degree. “Not only was she India’s first female doctor, but

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Google Celebrates work and life of Kamala Das with a Doodle

Google on Thursday remembered legendary Malayalam and English writer Kamala Das with a doodle. Kamala Das, one of India’s prominent poets and a Malayalam author who dared to write about women’s sexual lives and marital problems at a time when open discussion about such topics was taboo, was honoured by Google with a doodle on Thursday.Born

Google marks India's first female lawyer's 151st birthday

Google marks India’s first female lawyer’s 151st birthday

India first female lawyer 151st birthday: Google on Wednesday paid its tributes to Cornelia Sorabji, India’s first woman lawyer, through a dedicated doodle on the occasion of her 151st birth anniversary.A woman with many accolades to her kitty, Cornelia was the first female graduate from Bombay University, the first woman to read law at Oxford

Hole puncher's 131st anniversary

Google celebrates 131st anniversary of hole puncher with its special doodles

Hole puncher’s 131st anniversary : Google marked the 131st anniversary of its humble office tool ‘Hole Puncher’ with its animated doodle on Tuesday. Despite of so many changes at the work place, hole puncher remained same. The Google Doodle displays the logo consisting of colourful paper circles, expect the second letter ‘g’, which is replaced

New Google Doodle: Who was Nain Singh Rawat?

New Google Doodle: Who was Nain Singh Rawat?

Google has celebrated the achievements of the 19th century Indian explorer Nain Singh Rawat, the first man to survey Tibet, with a Doodle to mark what would have been his 187th birthday. Disguised as a Tibetan monk, Rawat walked from his home region of Kumaon to places as far as Kathmandu, Lhasa, and Tawang. In the

Google Doodle celebrates Marshall McLuhan's 106th Birthday

Google Doodle Celebrates Marshall McLuhan’s 106th Birthday

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Google Doodle, today, celebrates 106th birthday of Marshall McLuhan, the man who predicted the World Wide Web 30 years before it was invented.Herbert Marshall McLuhan was born in July 1911 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and died on December 31,

Google Doodle toasts Eva Ekeblad, made alcohol from potatoes

Google Doodle toasts Eva Ekeblad, made alcohol from potatoes

One of our favorite miracles from the Bible is when Jesus Christ went to a wedding and turned water into wine. Well, Eva Ekeblad, a Swedish countess and agronomist, came a close second to that when she made vodka from potatoes. On Ekebald’s 293rd birthday today, Google has created a doodle to commemorate her contributions

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Google Doodle pays tribute to India’s first feminist

Mumbai:  Google dedicated a Doodle on Tuesday to mark the 186th birth anniversary of India’s 19th century social reformer Savitribai Jyotirao Phule, considered the first feminist of the country. Savitribai K. Patil was born on January 3, 1831, in a rich and influential farming family and at the age of nine was married off to

Google Doodle hails 105th year of South Pole conquest

Mumbai: Google on Wednesday saluted the 105th anniversary of the great Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen’s Antarctica expedition and conquest of the South Pole with a special Doodle dedicated to his epic journey on December 14, 1911. Amundsen’s expedition comprised just 19 people and nearly 100 Greenland sled dogs, who along with the use of skis

Google Doodle marks determination of speed of light 340 years ago

New Delhi: Google Doodle has celebrated the occasion of determination of speed of light 340 years ago with a Doodle on Wednesday. Danish astronomer Ole Roemer determined the speed of light – 299,792,458 metres per second – in 1676.For NASA Astronomy Cafe, part of the NASA Education and Public Outreach programme, Sten Odenwald explained that

Google doodle honours scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose

New Delhi: Google has celebrated the remarkable contributions of scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose, pioneer of electro-magnetic waves and inventor of an early version of wireless telecommunication, with a doodle on Wednesday — on what would be his 158th birthday. Widely regarded as the first modern Indian scientist, Bose was born in 1858 at Munshiganj of