The Most Searched Things On The Internet In India – 2015

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Glancing at 2015, The number of internet users were tripled than the previous year. Everyone of us were busy searching for something we wanted in internet. Though we have number of search engines to connect us world wide, Google has been the choice of 93% users in the world. Every year Google releases the most searched things on the internet for that year. Similarly in 2015, google had listed some of the trendy searches that people searched for on the internet in world wide. Here let’s see some of the most searched things on the internet across India.

Floods in Chennai – 26+ Million Searches

Unexpected rain slashed the lives of Chennai in November 2015. Everyone wondered how a metropolitan city could suffer like this. We had also conveyed some interesting queries that arose in minds of people and also some events that happened during Chennai flood. Yes ! people have made Chennai flood as one of the most searched things on the internet in 2015.

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Star Wars – 155+ Million Searches

Owing to the success of Star Wars, the new version of star wars episode VII had become one of the most searched terms on google in 2015.

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Paris Under Attack – 897+ Million Searches

When the Europe’s City of Light was attacked, everyone searched on google with terms like ” Who attacked Paris.?, What happened in Paris.? Why Paris.?” which resulted in 897+ million searches worldwide. Google gives us the clear data in the most user-friendly manner which is amazing to look into.

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Paris Climate Conference – 13+ Million Searches

When leaders of the world united to held a conference about the changing climatic condition of the earth, People searched eagerly which resulted in 13+ million searches in India.

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Water On Mars – 10+ Million Searches

Everyone in the world excited about the presence of water in the Red Planet. This resulted in more than 10 million searches worldwide in the year 2015.

Sehwag Retires – 9+ Million Searches

This is of-course a shocking news to the cricket fans of India. Initially when Sehwag announced retirement most of them believed as a rumor. But later when our star batsman made an official announcement, Sehwag retires had became one of the most searched things on internet. Yes everyone started surfing google to believe the truth.

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Volkswagen Emissions Scandal – 13+ Million Searches

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When the world’s top car manufacturer was held in a scam, everyone in the world started searching whether that was true. Later the US government laid the emphasis of emission control across all vehicles. Volkswagen emission thus became one of the most searched internet thing in 2015.

Iran Nuclear Deal – 20+ Million Searches

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Greece On The Brink – 35+ Million Searches

When Greece economy faced an historic downfall.

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Maggi Tainted Food – 32+ Million Searches

When our children favorite food was banned.

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China Crisis – 12+ Million Searches

When the economy of china was at crisis.

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FIFA in Crisis – 42+ Million Searches, Nepal Earthquake – 85+ Million Searches, Cricket World Cup – 323+ Million Searches, The Dress – 73+ Million Searches

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These most searched awesome data provided by google let everyone of us to have a look at our browsing history in this 2015. Thanks to Google Trends.

 

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