The Great Debate (India)
With the number of swine flu fatalities in India touching double figures on Tuesday, panic is slowly setting in.
Schools, malls and cinema halls in Pune are already shut and nearly a thousand people across India have tested positive for the virus.
The H1N1 flu outbreak, declared a pandemic on June 11, has spread around the world since emerging in April and could eventually affect 2 billion people, according to WHO estimates.
But is India ready to tackle the outbreak?
More supplies of flu drug Tamiflu and testing kits are being imported and private hospitals are being asked to help state-run hospitals cope with a surge in people rushing to get tested.