In firefox its possible to make shortcuts for your favourite links (especially useful for searches etc).
For example, for a typical google image search, you would normally open images.google.com and then type in your required phrase and press search. That constitutes two trips to google image server to accomplish your search needs.
With this method from firefox, you can achieve this in one trip to server, just by doing a small trick with your favourites configuration.
You add a particular url to your favourites list. And later on, from the organize favourites dialog, assign that url a shortcut, a very small phrase e.g. img or images or something that you like.
Now, after this setup, when you want to search for images on keyword india, you'd just have to say your chosen keyword and india, i.e. just type in
in the address bar and press enter.. your search results should be on the way...
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