Bing reveals India’s most-searched topics in 2014

11th December 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Bing-logoNew Delhi, 11th December, 2014: Bing has revealed top search trends for 2014, the search engine’s annual look-back at what information people are searching for the most on the Internet.

Bing – the search engine from Microsoft – was launched in 2009. Moving beyond the search box, Bing now powers intelligent experiences across a range of devices and services from Microsoft and third parties.

Not surprisingly, movies, music, sports, celebrities, politics, and news emerge as the most popular searches among Indian netizens. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the most sought-after political leader, ahead of Jayalalithaa, Smriti Irani, and even Jawaharlal Nehru, the country’s first prime minister. Despite retiring, Sourav Ganguly continues his reign at the top as the most popular sportsperson on the Net while Sunny Leone tops the celebrity list, fighting off challenge from Katrina Kaif and Deepika Padukone.

World peace seems top-of-mind for online audiences, with more Indians actively tracking ISIS online than the 2014 general elections, Mangalgyaan Mars Orbiter Mission, the Pro-Kabaddi League, etc. Sunny Leone starrer Ragini MMS 2, 2014’s top opening weekend grosser, topped the Internet charts.

What Indian searched most on Bing in 2014

What Indians searched most in 2014

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