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I am in an extremely strange problem. I am unable to connect to just Google Servers. I am not able to access any site related to Google, Google.com | YouTube | Google+ | Webmaster Tools | jQuery CDN, nothing is working. I am able to open any other website (as I am posting this question on SuperUser), even the Google DNS (8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4) are offline.

Please Help!!

Update 1: Google DNS are back online, YouTube is back online. But website on domain google.com is not working (ex: play.google.com, maps.google.com, google.com/search, etc).

Update 2: I am able to access Google.com (only) with (one of) its IP addresss(s) listed below:

74.125.227.41
74.125.227.46
74.125.227.32
74.125.227.33
74.125.227.34
74.125.227.35
74.125.227.36
74.125.227.37
74.125.227.38
74.125.227.39
74.125.227.40

Update 3: I consulted my friends nearby and they said that they are also experiencing the same problem. Seams like this is a major problem in this area (or India !!) The Problem is Now Solved!! I am able to open Google.com

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Can you please provide us with more information about the context of this problem? Where is this happening? How is it set up? –  njallam Sep 27 '12 at 14:42
    
About 10 min ago, I was using Google DNS as primary DNS, I noticed it was failing to connect, I changed the DNS to my ISP provided data and it was working normally except using any Google Website. (Maybe Important) I am living in India. –  Akshat Mittal Sep 27 '12 at 14:45
    
Any chance of malware messing with your DNS settings or hosts file? –  Al E. Sep 27 '12 at 14:53
    
No, I guess no. I have Bitdefender Internet Security 2013, also I have tried scanning the PC with other antivirus live disks (The live disk was able to update). I have manually checked the hosts file, it only has entries that I have added earlier, I have even tried resetting the hosts file. No error over there. –  Akshat Mittal Sep 27 '12 at 14:55
    
What was the problem? Was is a local ISP issue? –  Haqa Sep 27 '12 at 16:00
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