no its not working and i dont know why people keep telling others to use alternate DNS system ,when the blocking involves much further deep
Just o give an idea of the practice followed
How They Will Block
The court has asked ISPs to block the sites using any of the three methods:
1. DNS Name blocking: which ISPs use to for looking up IP addresses corresponding to domain names. However, it is possible for filesharing sites to change their domain name: as we reported earlier, Songs.pk resurfaced as Songspk.pk.
2. IP Address blocking using routers: IP address blocking using routers. However, it is possible for sites to be hosted on alternate servers, once blocked, so this might not entirely address the issue.
3. DPI based URL blocking: “This mechanism involves configuring the ISP’s network management system to monitor traffic by means of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) and reset or block a customer’s connection to specific Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) as defined in the network management system’s Access Control Lists” DPI-based URL blocking is necessary can be used to block only a portion of a website, for example, “IANA — Example domains only, instead of “www.example.com.”
Also using proxy to access sites means we are only turning a blind eye towards the issue.