In an interesting news Google have announced launch of fifth annual U.S. Doodle 4 Google contest. In the due course Google invite k-12 students in U.S. to participate in the same.
The doodler who will won the contest will take home $30,000 scholarship and $50,000 as technology grant for his or her school and of course the logo designed by him/her will be there on the ultimate gallery of the Google Homepage.
So all the students in U.S. (from K-12), buckle up your seat belts, let your imagination free flow about “If I could travel in time, I’d visit…” (the theme of the Google doodle this time) and may be you are securing your dreams.
Good luck and get know more about the stuff at http://google.com/doodle4google.
Today Google Doodle is remembering the famous Ghazal singer from India – Jagjit Singh. Born as Jagmohan Singh, Jagjit singh was a prominent and respected name in music lovers. He was one of those who made Ghazals popular in commercial medium as well. It is worth to note that today is 72nd Birth Anniversary of Late Jagjit Singh. Known for his thoughtful and serious ghazals, Jagjit Singh himself was a very fun loving fellow. Google is really doing a very good research and makes the prominent people and incidents appear on its home page. Appreciated.