See the attached demo project.
After clicking on 'Search' button, the next page will fire onload event for <BODY>, then redirect to default.aspx, to simulate this action, I set up 'Refresh after page load' = True for 'Search' form submit template in Advanced tab > Action section, therefore, you can get the results correctly.
I'm not quite sure what you said this:
if you open first three numbers you will see in some fields they have sub fields (check attached csv to see how i managed manually for field 3 and 4)
if you can give screen-shot to point out what you wanted, that would be fine. in this demo project, I haven't added more elements, but you can refer to current ones to add them by yourself, more elements can be created via 'Using filters' technique: