If you do not run a WHOIS for the address reveals that the Google no longer owns the domain. India's National Internet Exchange, which controls the ".in" domains, appears to have divested the domain, or Google forgot to renew it?
According to the screenshot above, there was an update to the registry last month, however, it is not clear when the Google domain control.
Whatever the reason, the Google she should monitor and know when her domain expires. The problem may be a temporary one, but it raises many questions about its commitment Google towards its customers who use Blogger.
If you use a blog regularly, an alternative is to host it on your own domain. Of course we would expect from him Google Webmaster to do it better.