The Times Of India on Tuesday announced that it would be adding a search option to its search tool for news related to the digital revolution.
The new feature will allow users to search in terms of the search engine’s trending search queries, which are used to measure how viral content is spreading on social media.
The new option will be available to users across the country.
While search engine results are not as comprehensive as traditional search queries or search queries from news websites, search queries can be used to help users navigate around a site.
Search queries are made up of keywords that are commonly searched by users.
They are based on the terms that are most popular on Twitter, Facebook, Google or other social media platforms.
For example, if a user searches for ‘#snowmob’, the first result they get is ‘snow mob’ as a keyword.
Search queries can also be used as a tool to compare different types of news articles, such as trending news and top stories.
The search results can also help users to compare various types of articles on different platforms.