The Washington Post
Post-monsoon fever outbreak kills over 100 in Indian state:
Infections following monsoon rains have led to a fever outbreak in India’s northern Uttar Pradesh state that has killed at least 114 people in three weeks, health officials said. The state’s health minister said most cases were caused by dengue, a seasonal viral infection spread by mosquitoes. Jai Pratap Singh, the official, said the dengue cases were due to a virulent strain called “D2,” detected in some districts.