Remove Country Redirection in Google.com

Google has local domain system examle if you live in India and You open www.google.com you will be redirect to www.google.co.in


This also works great if you’re using a VPN to get a foreign IP address, say, if you want to watch the FIFA14 in online fifa website or use other international apps. All you need to do is head to www.google.com/ncr. The NCR stands for “No Country Redirect”, and it’ll take you back to the regular, English-speaking Google.com without all the local results. Note that it will redirect to Google.com, so if you don’t see the /ncr after you press Enter, that’s normal.

Now this google.co.in not give every results is what you want. So if you stuck from it try these www.google.com/ncr

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So, is there a way to prevent the redirection and force open www.google.com Yes, there is. And when you want to do that simply hit the URL http://www.google.com/ncr, where ncr means no country redirection.

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You only need to do this things at once because this settings is saved in form of cookies in browser


If you ever want to revert to the original behavior, just clear you browser cookies. 

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