India's First PM: Google India Removes PM Modi's Picture

Screen Grab of India First President

Screen Grab of India First President

Google's search result on typing "India first PM" has left several people feeling freaky.

The reason why this faux pas happened in the first place is because while Google is displaying the Wikipedia page on the search words, it is showing the picture of the current ministers.

Type 'India first PM' and Google is throwing up accurate results, with Jawaharlal Nehru's name appearing on the Wikipedia link.

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Google threw up picture of PM Modi when the users typed "India first PM" in its search bar.

"India first PM" is trending, thanks to Google. While some of them took it as a light humour, others were quick to blame Google for the error.

As expected, Twitter users could not miss this opportunity to take screenshots and potshots at the company and also the government.

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This is not the first time Google has "erred" in such a way. The search engine giant had later apologised for the same. Hopefully, not, but this time a curious and amusing thing is happening over the Internet whenever you will search the words, "India first PM" in the Google's India then what it will show you will make you laugh hard.

Nearly everyone in this time and age depends on the web search engine for a lot of queries, information and solutions. Google has, however, not yet responded to the questions posed by some Twitter users.

Learning a lesson, Google in a reply over the query "top 10 criminals in India" said that it was due to a British daily which had an image of PM Modi and erroneous metadata.

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