Maleeha Lodhi’s recent blunder at the UN proves how important it is to be a Google power user
While Pakistan is caught up in an internal battle of political parties, our external relations aren’t faring well either. The country is currently embroiled in a heated battle of words with India. Over the weekend, Pakistan’s permanent representative to the UN, Dr. Maliha Lodhi took on India’s Minister of External Affairs, Sushma Swaraj at the United Nations General Assembly session. While Dr. Lodhi earned a lot of praise for her hard-hitting statements to India, things backfired a bit when she put up a wrong picture.
Dr. Lodhi was talking about India’s misconduct in the disputed territory of Kashmir and to give a proof of it she held up a photo of a girl struck by countless pellets. It was a brilliant move except the photo was of a pellet-stricken girl from Gaza and not Kashmir.
Of course, it was Dr. Lodhi’s research team who messed up. But a blunder is a blunder and when you’re being watched by an international audience, it’s not easy to hide.
In light of this error of Pakistan’s representative at the UN, we have for you a quick infographic on how you can become a Google power user. While searching, we usually type the first things that come to our mind. However, there are numerous shortcuts you can follow which will help you find the right results quickly. Moreover, Google Image search has gotten better over time as well. You can drop an image or a link to an image to find related results. Or you can conduct a reverse image search locate the source or creator of an image, find its higher resolution version or discover web pages where the image appears.
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