Checking the status of your requests
Once you’ve submitted a removal request, you can check its status at any time.
To check the status of your request, visit http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/removals. The status page will list all requests for your site, along with the status and type of each request.
If a request has been denied, click the Learn more link to understand why. For example, your request may have failed because the URL you submitted didn’t meet the requirements for the type of removal you requested, or you may need to request a different type of removal in order to successfully remove a specific URL. Read more about how to request removal of a page, directory, or site.
If content is still appearing in search results
Once a request has been approved, it may take a little time before the changes are visible in search results. If a request has been marked as Removed, but you still see that content in search results after a day or so, check the following:
Is the URL that appears in search results the exact same URL you submitted for removal? It’s fairly common for identical or similar content to appear on multiple pages. In this case you need to request removal of the other URLs in question. Even if a URL appears identical, remember that URLs are case sensitive. Requesting removal of http://www.example.com/embarrassingstuff.html is not the same as requesting removal of http://www.example.com/EmbarrassingStuff.html. How to find the right URL.
Even if a particular URL is successfully removed from search results, the content of that URL may also appear on other pages. To ensure complete removal of the content, you’d need to submit a removal request for every URL on which that content appears.
What kind of request did you submit? The status "Removed" can mean different things depending on the type of request you submitted.
If you requested removal of the cached version of the page, that cached version will no longer be available from Google, but the updated version of the page can still appear in search results. If you requested complete removal of both the live and cached version of a page, "Removed" should mean that that URL no longer appears in search results at all. If you requested a cache removal but you want the both the live and cached version removed, make sure that the URL meets the requirements for complete removal, and then file a new request for its complete removal.