My ISP buys bulk bandwidth from Reliance. However, I am not pretty sure but all websites' data are received from Reliance server or it is due to Reliance Globalcom company which owned almost 100% equity in FALCON cable system.
Following image will speak how much Reliance NOC is capable in tracing problem. Solution is still far away.
Data request sent by user goes through servers from 220.127.116.11 to 98 and vice versa.
How irresponsible and clueless Reliance officials are
Problem has been remained same since last night to morning. After posting started snaps, the issue arose frequently at uncertain time but it is constant as it was from last night. There is no problem from Twitter officials or any problem in route. There is a silly mistake in Reliance server.
The problem (as I see it) lies on the congestion of network during all the times. Every man and his dog in this country are always downloading something legal or illegal through their broadband connections. Since Reliance offers FUP-free packages, there is high demand for their connections. Almost everyone I know have ditched their Airtel / BSNL connections and have migrated to Reliance. Lately, I am seeing extremely sluggish speeds during the 18:00 to 22:00 time bracket. The connection literally crawls (at about 128kbps to 256kbps speeds) during this segment after operating about nearly 1 Mbps throughout the rest of the day. Add slow-responding and technologically illiterate network technicians to the package and you will get to experience such routing issues which are not rectified even days!