Children's Day: M'lore boy wins G4D contest

Google Doodle on Children's Day
Bangalore, Nov 14: 14-year-old school boy rocked the home page of search engine giant Google's home page for India on the Children's Day (Nov 14) by winning the Doodle for Google (D4G) competition, which was based on "My Dream for India."

Akshay Raj, a 9th standard student in Mangalore is the winner for 2010 D4G competition, which was opened in Sep 2010 for students between Class 1 and 10.

Raj received a Technology Starter Package and Rs 2 lakh technology grant for his school, St Aloysius High School.

Google has been a part of our life since 1998. During this past 12 years it was there with us as a best friend, teacher, entertainer and so on. Understanding the culture, tradition and belief, Google celebrates these special moments through its 'Doodle' on the home page.

Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists.

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This time on Children's Day, Google organised Doodle for Google competition around the world to share a platform to express the children their artistic creativity.

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