One fine day, when Shashi Tharoor surfed his net in an attempt to search ‘South Indian Masalas’ never ever he thought he would stumble upon such obscene pictures of ladies. But to his surprise, genuine images of spices got displayed when he searched for ‘North Indian Masalas’.
See the discrimination for yourself:
On Thursday, Tharoor approached Google and its CEO Sundar Pichai objecting to the searches. Shashi Tharoor took to Twitter, tagged Google and Sundar Pichai and wrote that it is bizarre and disgraceful. Later, Tharoor asked Google and Sundar Pichai to explain the discrimination and fix the Google output.
Twitterati then took this spiced up story to an all new different level:
This, by the way, isn't a joke. Type 'South Indian Masala' and 'North Indian Masala' in Google Images and you actually get this variation ???? pic.twitter.com/AYZ9wnUrBe— Roshan R (@pythoroshan) July 6, 2017
To know the North-South divide, google images for 'North Indian masala' and then google images for 'South Indian masala'.— Numbyaar (@NumbYaar) July 6, 2017
What Google thinks about North Indian and South Indian Masala pic.twitter.com/sgjNVnpic8— Aggressive Indian???? (@bharat_builder) July 6, 2017