Anmol Tukrel developed his search engine as a part of a project to submit to the Google Science Fair, a  global online competition for students aged 13 to 18 years.

Anmol Tukrel said, “I took a few months to design this project and approximately 60 hours to code the engine. He recently completed his 10th grade. He added, “I thought I would do something in the personalized search space. It was the most genius thing ever. But when I realised Google already does it, I tried taking it to the next level.”

Tukrel's kit included a computer with at least 1GB of free storage space, a python-language development environment, a spreadsheet program and access to Google and a prestigious US daily. Tukrel limited the search query to this year’s articles from the US daily in order to test the accuracy of his search engine,

“My search engine is better than Google because not only does it take into account location or browsing history, but also tries to understand context and meaning,” he claimed. The report also said, the Tukrel was in India for a two-week internship programme at Bengaluru-based adtech firm IceCream Labs.