Update: This has now been fixed. A bunch of thanks to Omar Ansari and Badar Khushnood for doing their bits.
Google remains the barometer for measuring what people are doing on the Internet en mass. Google’s Zeitgeist country-level breakdown page provides a useful (and often funny) view of what are Internet users doing in a given country as a whole.
Somehow, Pakistan has been removed from this page. The entry for Pakistan used to reside at:
but is not available now. This might be a short hiccup due to some unavailable data or a permanent removal. The later, obviously, is disturbing for us in Pakistan. Heck, even Afghanistan is being considered to be included in the list.
Let us wait for some time and hope we get our trends back at the page.