introduces realtime news search

The news search engine will deliver recent news from India and the world, and will predict user search terms within milliseconds of a query being made

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Feb 22, 2012 7:35 AM introduces realtime news search India Ltd, a leading online provider of news, information, communication, entertainment and shopping services, has introduced Rediff Realtime News Search, an innovative news search engine which delivers fresh and recent news from India and the world. The service also predicts user search terms and returns results within milliseconds of a query being made.

Realtime News Search covers Indian and global news from over 30,000 worldwide news sites. It offers the latest images from Indian and international news sites and currently has an index size of approximately 13 million images. This apart, it also contains a real-time feed of photographs of Bollywood events and sports celebrity events, taken directly at the events live.

Speaking on the service, Ajit Balakrishnan, Chairman & CEO, India, said, “Rediff Realtime News Search, we believe, will help us strengthen our leadership position in the online news category in the growing Indian Internet market, and is yet another example of how we differentiate our company from the competition. This latest innovation provides users with a cutting edge search experience and, we believe, will open up new avenues to grow our business and enhance the Rediff brand.”

“At Rediff, we strive to create innovative products that will make our users’ online experience richer and more beneficial. Rediff Realtime News Search is one such product where we have used innovative technology to provide a rich news search experience to our users. We provide the most recent and most relevant news from India and the world in an instant search experience. If you are looking for the latest on the assembly elections, Sensex, Kareena Kapoor, Dhoni, Facebook, Syria – you can try all these and other queries on Rediff Realtime and experience the Realtime search,” said Kalpana Banerjee, Director of the Search Program at Rediff.

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