Northeast India tourism drooping in rising heat

Reuters: This northeast Indian highland city, known as the Scotland of the East, has long been a pleasantly cool summer holiday destination for travelers fleeing Indian's boiling plains. But Shillong now finds its fortunes fading as record heat creeps into India's northeast highlands. Disappointed tourists, stunned by the unexpectedly sweltering conditions, are canceling holidays. And hotel owners are rushing to install air conditioning, fans and refrigerators in an attempt to placate ......

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