Friday, August 20, 2004

South Asia Tribune blocked--again!

Access to South Asia Tribune is blocked once again. Can anyone confirm this?

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

use this:
http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/http://www.satribune.com/index.jsp

KO said...

It's still blocked. Checked on two seperate ISP's. oh well...

KO said...

Clickable anonymizer link:
http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/http://www.satribune.com/index.jsp

Zunaira said...

So these ISPs I know for sure are blocking access:

- Cybernet
- Supernet
- World Call
- WOL DSL
- Multinet

I need to know whether ISPs routing via PIE are blocking access or those on IPL have been instructed to do the same. Perhaps, Fascom?

Zunaira said...

Just checked with a friend. Fascom has blocked it too.

KO said...

My thoughts here.

atrophying said...

Its blocked at my end too - I'm using a cable net service, which in turn gets its connection from Netsol as far as I know.

Gah. What on earth will they achieve by blocking it?

Anonymous said...

South Asia Tribune has been blocked because its story about the enormous influence of Ammaji, the Raj Mata, has upset Pakistan's praetorian master. SAT correctly predicted Dr. Masoom Abidi's elevation as head of the academy (Pakistan University of Media Studies) being established by Islamabad's Ministry of Mind Control.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Spider for starting this Blog. I am sure once the authorities come to know of it, they would try to block this as well, or try to get even with Spider. But I thank you for your courage. We will all be together to fight whatever these blockers want to impose on us.

Shaheen Sehbai
Editor SAT

Zunaira said...

Thanks for visiting our blog Shaheen. The government has NO clue about blogs [to date]. I hope we're NEVER picked on by PIE!