Google Goofs Up Again, Search Results Show Lahore As Capital Of Khalistan

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On searching the capital of 'Khalistan' on Google, it comes up with the word, 'Lahore', which is actually the capital of the Punjab province in Pakistan.

Written By Aanchal Nigam | Mumbai | Updated On:

While most people are seen blindly trusting the results of the internet search engine, Google, it has recently thrown an interesting search. On searching the capital of 'Khalistan', Google comes up with the word, 'Lahore', which is actually the capital of Punjab province in Pakistan. The result is also accompanied by the Sikh symbol of 'Khanda' in black on blue and yellow background. This result is more ironical because Pakistan has been denying its support for the 'Khalistan movement'. It is a Sikh nationalist movement to create a separate country for Sikhs called 'Khalistan' or 'The Land of Khalsa' in the Punjab region. The Google search result was posted on Twitter by internet users, and since then netizens have not stopped reacting to it. 


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