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Meghalaya is no doubt one of the most attracting tourist destinations in India. Blessed with abundantly beautiful natural tourist sites, the state day by day is gaining momentum of enabling to attract both domestic and international tourist. Shillong being the state capital is definitely one of the most beautiful cities in India. Also being the ‘Rock Capital of India’ music will surely definitely go well with some red and local brew wine. Every year, Forever Young Sports Club (FYSC), organized ‘Shillong Wine Festival’ which is gaining popularity, with tourists flocking the picturesque capital city of Meghalaya, even Europe's wine connoisseurs salute the indigenous Khasi people for brewing the best homemade wine.

'Shillong Wine Festival' is based exclusively on local horticulture products such as passion fruits, bananas, pears, plums, pineapple, strawberries, gooseberries, jackfruit and ginger. The art of brewing the best wine has now become a source of fame and fortune for some of the home-made wine breweries. This festival is basically to display Shillong finest local brew wine.

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Seasonal migration for work is a pervasive reality in rural India. An overwhelming 120 million people or more are estimated to migrate from rural areas to urban labour markets, industries and farms. Migration has become essential for people from regions that face frequent shortages of rainfall or suffer floods, or where population densities are high in relation to land. Areas facing unresolved social or political conflicts also become prone to migration. Poverty, lack of local options and the availability of work elsewhere have become the trigger and the pull for rural migration respectively.

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The Central Government, as well as the State Government has decided to lift the lockdown period from June 1, this year, following the Covid-19 pandemic that wreaked havoc all over the world, India notwithstanding. Bearing the walloping crisis in mind, the BJP-led NDA Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has announced a stimulus package of Rs 20-lakh crore to ameliorate the problem plaguing the people in general and for various other sectors in a systematic and orchestrated manner. The airports and flights, too, started functioning, with the resumption of both the national and international services. However, the public transport and cinema theatres, would resume their operations in due course in a phased manner.

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