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      Do you know what searching for more in Google in 2020?

      The year went on. And now it’s time to take a look, the highlights of the year. The day before yesterday, in 2020, Twitter published an outline of all the topics studied by Twitter in India. Google walked that path on Wednesday. The tech giant ( Google India ’s Year in Search 2020) has released a list of the things that have hit Google search the most in India in 2020.

      This year, why is India a kind of seizure in the world called Corona? But after losing that coronavirus, IPL has become the most popular trend in Google search (Top trending query on Google). And if this is the top trending Google search in India, then the coronavirus is the first in the trending search terms (Google Trending Search Terms). On the other hand, as a significant Google search activity, India has topped the US presidential election this year, followed by the Bihar Assembly elections and the Delhi elections.

      In 2020, IPL is the number one news and sports search in India. It is followed by the coronavirus, the results of the US presidential election, the PM Kisan Scheme, the results of the Bihar elections, the results of the Delhi elections, and so on. One thing is clear from this that the IPL has worked as a balm for the Indians in the scars of Corona and Lockdown.

      Google’s top search list also says that most Indians searching for news events are looking for Nirvana Kand, Lockdown, Indo-China conflict and Ram Mandir in 2020. On the other hand, the most searched sports events include the UEFA Champions League, English Premier League, French Open and La Liga.

      In terms of personalities, Indians have searched Google the most for US President Joe Biden. Then there is Arnab Goswami, a journalist and editor-in-chief of Republican Media. In third place is Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor, in fourth place is North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, in fifth place is Amitabh Bachchan. Kangana Ranaut, Riya Chakraborty and Ankita Lokhande also topped the list.

      In terms of cinema, the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s ‘Dil Bechara’ is the first in Google search in India in 2020. Netflix’s Spanish crime drama ‘Money High’ is in the first place in TV / webseries. After ‘Dil Bechara’, there are Tamil films ‘Surarai Potru’ and Ajay Devgn’s ‘Tanhaji’. Then came the two Indian biopics ‘Shakuntala Devi’ and ‘Gunjan Saxena’. In the TV / webseries section, after ‘Money High’, there is Sony Live’s hit series ‘1992: The Harshad Mehta Story’. And then Bigg Boss 14, Amazon Prime’s ‘Mirzapur Two’ and ‘Underworld.’

      but the homeowners in the lockdown have taken the storm the most in the Google charts (How To) section. In other words, Indians have been asking Google the most this year about how to make a dish. Some of the best searches are ‘How to make paneer’, ‘How to increase immunity’, ‘How to make Dalgona Coffee’, ‘How to link Pan card with Aadhaar card’ and ‘How to make sanitizer at home’.

      Indians have also asked a bunch of questions on Google this year. Some of them are very relevant, and some are very bizarre. At the top of the list are ‘What was coronavirus’, ‘What is Binod’, ‘What is COVID-19’, ‘What is Plasma Therapy’, ‘What is CAA’. There are also several more questions. However, this time Google’s ‘Near Me’ feature has helped Indians to find this search term. Thanks to this feature, a large number of searches have been noticed from different parts of India, such as Food Shelters, Covid Tests, Cracker Shops, Liquor Shops and Night Shelters.


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