As Indian search engines take over, is it the Google of today, or the Google you think?
The answer may lie in the new language.
Indians speak different languages to their English counterparts, says Amit Shah, a search engine expert at Tata Consultancy Services, a UK-based company.
For instance, the search engine company searches for an article by searching for “Indian”.
Google’s Indian search engine translates the article into the local language of the user.
The Indian search app also uses a “Google Indian” language filter.
“If you look at Google’s international search results, you can see a lot of the local languages that are used,” Mr Shah says.
Indian users of search engines are not just users of a global search engine; they are also users of their local language.
Google uses its own language to display results.
Google Indian search is a bit more sophisticated than Google’s English version.
Its search results are based on the user’s local language, and the results show a list of local search results for the user in the language they have chosen.
When a user searches for “Indians”, it’s likely to be a query in Hindi.
Google’s search engine has English-only results, which may look a bit different to Google’s Hindi.
But it does the same thing in both languages.
Google Indian users also have access to Google India’s language filters.
Google has used these filters since 2010.
Another difference is the Google Indian language filter uses a custom filter to filter out results for local search engines.
This filter is also available for Hindi.
So if Google is searching for an Indian news article, the Google India language filter will show results for “India”.
But it’s important to note that the search results that show up in Google India are the same results that will be returned in Google’s own Hindi search engine.
There is a second reason why Google is using its own Indian search to show up the results of local Indian search apps.
Google India has recently launched a Hindi language service, where users can choose to search in their local dialect of the language.
It has also partnered with Indian internet service providers, including Tata, to allow users to search using local language as well.
It’s not clear how Google is doing this.
But the language filters are not a big deal for Indian users, since Google’s Indian service is not really relevant to them.
What are the differences?
The first difference is that Google’s new Indian search service is a new service.
Google did not launch the service to compete with Google, but rather to help Indian users find articles in their own language.
This is the main reason that it launched its new service in India.
It also means that Google India users can still use the search engines that are available in their language.
But the other major difference is this.
Google and Tata have partnered to make it possible for Google Indian search users to see all the results for their local search queries.
That’s a big step for Google, which was already struggling to offer a user-friendly experience when it launched the Indian service.
This gives Indian users a more familiar search experience.
Why are Google’s changes important?
Google has been searching for a new Indian language for some time, but it wasn’t clear how well it would be able to compete against the global search engines such as Google.
So, in October 2016, Google launched a search in Hindi and launched its own Hindi language search app.
The aim of the service was to give Indian users the same search experience as the local Google search app users, while making it possible to see the results from Google’s India search engine for local searches in the Indian language.
In addition, Google Indian was the only search engine available for Indian Google search users.
Google was also aiming to be the only Indian search provider to offer Google Indian service for Indian search customers.
Google India is a very new service that doesn’t yet offer a native search experience for Indian searches.
Google also launched an Indian language app called Indian Language Search, but the service hasn’t yet launched.
India has also launched its first native search app, a similar to Google Indian, called Google Translate.
While the Google search engine is a major force in India, its Indian language service is in its infancy.
In the last few years, Indian internet users have been getting the most use out of Google’s native language service.
And Indian users have started to use search engines in a much more diverse manner.
Google Translator and Google Translations were launched in India in the same year.
To help Indian Google users to get the same experience as their native language search engines through a search experience that is more familiar, Google introduced a Hindi-only version of Google India, which is not available in India yet.
Some Indian search companies have also opened their own search apps