Campaign India Team
May 14, 2008

IBNLive.com launches new mind-games and 'Active Search' application

IBNLive.com has launched new interactive features and search modules. These include mind-games section which features daily crosswords under five categories —general, business, sports, cricket and entertainment and a sudoku puzzle. The crosswords are based on current happenings, articles and news reports of which can be found on IBNLive website itself.

IBNLive.com launches new mind-games and 'Active Search' application

IBNLive.com has launched new interactive features and search modules. These include mind-games section which features daily crosswords under five categories —general, business, sports, cricket and entertainment and a sudoku puzzle. The crosswords are based on current happenings, articles and news reports of which can be found on IBNLive website itself.
IBNLive.com has also launched ’Active Search’ application. This application allows the user to search for news items, videos and blogs on the website. The search results are ‘clustered’ arranged into sub-topics related to the main search string, offering an overview of the topic searched for.
Neeraj Sanan, marketing head, Web18 said, “These additions are in line with our tagline ‘Engage with news’. Web 18 has always aimed at providing highest level of interactive experience to its users on its various portals. With these newly added innovative applications at www.ibnlive.com, we are confident that the users will have great online experience as these features will serve as ideal tools for information as well as recreation.”

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Campaign India

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