Google immediately notified the Indian NIC and CCA as well as Microsoft. Microsoft has revoked the NIC's certificate. A notice on the India CCA home page says "Due to security reasons 3 CA Certificates issued to NICCA have been suspended and the corresponding CRLs have been updated for this purpose. Further updation [sic] will be notified."
Langley goes on to describe the additional TLS/SSL security measures used by Google that protected users from these certificates. As a result, illustrated in the error messages below, the NIC and certificates issued by it are now untrusted.
The India CCA certificates were not in the other major trusted root stores (Apple, Firefox, Chrome OS, and Android), so those systems did not trust them to begin with. Chrome users on Windows were protected by default by certificate pinning, which specifically protects Google domains. Google has also updated their CRLSets to block the false domains.