The search engine that India’s most popular search engine is still struggling with was the first of its kind to hit the country.
The new search engine, Baidu, was launched by Baidus parent company Google in the US, but was quickly pushed back to India.
It was not the only one.
Google’s search platform was also the first in India to be pulled out of the country when the government imposed restrictions in March 2017.
Baidut, a search engine which has been in the country since 2010, was still available in India when the restrictions were imposed.
India’s government had initially said it would pull out the company from the country but then backed down, saying that the company was complying with regulations in the Indian market.
“The company is compliant with Indian regulations and will continue to be in India,” Google spokesperson Ashish Mehta told Quartz.
“The decision to pull out Baidui is based on regulatory requirements.
We do not see any reason to withdraw the service.”
India was the world leader in online searches in 2017, ranking in the top 10 countries, with a combined population of over 3 billion people.
It ranked second only to China for searches and the third-most popular search terms.
India also saw an increase in internet usage, and it was one of the fastest-growing regions in the world, according to Google.
The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was keen to see the internet revolution take off in India, and the country has taken steps to ensure that the country remains an online powerhouse.
Google had earlier announced plans to build an artificial intelligence lab in India.
In an interview with Quartz, Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan said that he felt the country needed an internet portal for its digital infrastructure.
“India needs a portal where people can get online and do online shopping,” he said.
“We need it now.”
Bollywood stars Amitabhlich, Vikram and Manoj played roles in the upcoming film ‘Chintan Balaan’, and the film will also feature Amitabha Bachchan and Manish Kumar.
Bollywood actress Rajeev Patil, who plays the role of a senior Google executive, is also set to star in the film.