Google is celebrating Earth Day 2015 with an interactive doodle on its homepage.
There is however, no evidence of its existence, and all accounts of ts presence are merely anecdotal.
Google changes its doodle to Ambedkar’s photo for his 124th birthday.
Google has painted itself in Australian and Indian colours as two teams play to reach ICC World Cup 2015 finals.
The google doodle caption says, “It’s India v Bangladesh in the Quarter-Finals.”
Google celebrates the birthday of Anna Atkins by dedicating a doodle.
This year’s Republic Day parade will see the US President Barack Obama in attendance.
“If the image of our great leader is displayed on Google… it would be a great tribute to the him”
Google wraps up the entire year in its New Year’s Eve doodle, which claims to reflect 2014 trending topics.
The latest Google Doodle celebrates the first day of Christmas holiday season.
The theme for this year’s Google Doodle competition was “A place in India I wish to visit”.
Pune schoolgirl Vaidehi Reddy’s Google Doodle will make its presence felt today on Google homepage on the occasion of Children’s Day.
The first Google Doodle in 1998, the next doodle appeared in 2000 to mark Bastille Day.
Google India announced Vaidehi Reddy as the winner of this year’s Doodle design competition, called Doodle4Google contest.
Google’s now-iconic doodle has become a cultural icon on its own, often an indicator of the global mood, at least the online kind.