According to Zone-H administrators, the website has been banned by some Indian ISPs in the country following the court order. Hack archive service provider website was banned after the lawsuit from E2labs, E2-labs scandals and Zaki Qureshey in an indian court, who claimed their documents and articles were defamatory.
While Zone-H was not given any notice or chance, hence there was no question for Zone-H to defend itself . Indian court has also order to ban bloggernews.net for covering the Zone-H case and proving updates.
Articles which were posted by bloggernews.net have been taken off as well. Articles were available on following links.
However the only article circumcising the court’s order is available on the the Wall Street Journal, the article also discuss how Indian court is going against free speech.
Zone-H can still be accessed via VPN or international proxies in those areas where it has been been banned.