Google goes green to celebrate Pakistan’s Independence Day
KARACHI: In order to mark the 70th Independence Day of Pakistan, the tech giant, Google has changed its logo to a doodle with animated Pakistani flag.
Google has been dedicating doodles to mark Pakistan’s independence day over the past few years now, which attracts praise from Pakistanis online.
The Google also celebrated birthdays of late musician Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and social worker Abdul Sattar Edhi.
Google changes its logo on homepage to mark prominent holidays and celebrate notable personalities across the world.Which calls the changed logos as “doodles”.
In Feb this year, They had created a doodle to honor “Angel of Mercy” Abdul Sattar Edhi on his 89th birth anniversary.
The company said that Edhi was a global-reaching philanthropist and humanitarian who made it his life’s mission to helping those in need and whose unwavering commitment to others will always be remembered.
The doodle showed Edhi standing in his characteristic grey dress and the organisation’s welfare services such as the iconic Edhi ambulance. He also shows a woman holding a child outside the Edhi Home shelter, a book, and even a dog to highlight his services to animal welfare.