Kohima: As per the 2014 Sentinel Surveillance Report, Nagaland has recorded the highest prevalence of HIV & AIDS in the country with an alarming ratio of 0.88 per cent against country’s figure stands at 0.37 per cent.

According to the Medical Officer in-charge of Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART) Centre, Dimapur, Dr Hutoka Sema, while presenting a lecture on ‘basic of HIV & AIDS & treatment facilities available’ at an advocacy programme on HIV/AIDS for Kuhuboto and Khaghaboto areas at Kuhuboto town under Dimapur district on Saturday.

Kohima : The Central Government has proposed developing a number of tourist destinations in parts of Nagaland that enjoy better access to the “mainland side” in terms of connectivity and the propos

Poachers killed another rhino at Kaziranga National Park and took away its horn amidst claims of heightened security.

Kohima: Nagaland is fast advancing with the New Renewable Energy and introduced a 50 Kilo Watt (KW) of energy capacity Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Power Plant the Nagaland Bamboo Resource Centre (NBRC) in Dimapur, which acquired as an answer to the frequent power shortages that hinders the smooth operation of the Centre.

According to official sources here on Friday, MLA and Adviser to Nagaland Bamboo Develop-ment Agency L Temjen Jamir, formally unveiled the 50 KW capacity power plants on Thursday at the NBRC and the 200 Solar Panels installed at the NBRC with a capacity to generate 150-175 units of energy everyday and would be able to provide full-capacity power backup for three hours flat.

DIMAPUR: Y Patton, Nagaland Parliamentary Secretary for Geology & Mining, I&FC and Border Affairs, has warned that immediate eviction drives should be carried out against individuals and government employees encroaching upon government land.

This parliamentary secretary’s caution comes in the wake of reported random encroachment of land and buildings belonging to the State Irrigation and Flood Control (I&FC) Department in Dimapur.

DIMAPUR: In an effort to meet the increasing power demand in rural Nagaland, the department of New and Renewable Energy (NRE), Nagaland, inaugurated another biomass gasifier power plant at Medziphema village today.

The Medziphema plant (2 X 100 KW) is the fifth biomass gasifier power plant in rural Nagaland under NRE department, a nascent department created three years back. Dedicating the new power plant to Medziphema villagers, Advisor for NRE, Deo Nukhu, MLA, in his address said that though NRE is a relatively new department, but the department had undertaken many initiatives to make tangible achievements in new and renewable energy.

The Manipur government is working on a plan to allow only those who have garage space to buy four-wheelers and two-wheelers in a bid to ease traffic congestion in the city and other towns of the st

KOHIMA: With 67 more HIV cases registered in Dimapur in January, the total registered number of people infected with HIV/AIDS in Nagaland stands at close to 12,500 with Dimapur alone accounting for

KOHIMA: The Dimapur Network of People living with HIV/AIDS (DNP+) in Dimapur has expressed concerns over the detection of as many as 267 HIV and AIDS cases in children, as per the latest report of

DIMAPUR: The Nagaland Power Department has set two objectives to be achieved by the end of the 12th five year plan: to meet the projected power requirement of 400 MW and achieve the national target