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NEW DELHI, Aug 3 (Reuters) - India's health ministry on Monday confirmed the country's first death from the H1N1 flu in a western city, a top official said.
"There has been one death in Pune," Naresh Dayal, India's health secretary told Times Now news channel, adding that the victim was a 14-year-old girl.
The H1N1 virus, commonly known as swine flu, emerged in April in the United States and Mexico, and has spread internationally.
Originally posted by questioningall
This was the moment many have been preparing for, when no other country will buy our debt anymore – there is no longer confidence in the U.S. dollar. Also imagine what is going to happen with the longer bonds coming up this month. Oh, I am sure the Fed will print up the money to buy the debt though – they will most likely do it through Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and companies such as that.