The significance of this is that it has been widely reported that the Indian government had blocked access to a large number of blogs, including Blogger and Typepad based blogs. See this story on Boing Boing on July 17. The blocking may have been somewhat more selective than originally reported. According to this story in the WSJ online on July 19:
Several telecom operators confirmed there were more than 15 sites they were directed to block. Close to a third of the sites were home to blogs, the personalized Web logs that have become popular in India, just as they have in other parts of the world. Among the Web sites blocked are parts of Blogger and GeoCities. Included on a list seen by The Wall Street Journal are sites that showcase views of an Islamic holy man, conservative Hindus, and Dalits, the low caste in India pejoratively referred to as untouchables.(Emphasis added.)
Either all parts of Blogger were not blocked or the blocks have been substantially lifted.