GUWAHATI: Naga and Pangti, two of the three Amur falcons fitted with satellite tracking chips in Nagaland's Doyang area two years ago, have returned to the state this year again.

A unique three-day summit on sustainable development of mountain states in India, held in this Arunachal Pradesh capital, called for special steps for disaster risk reduction and optimal utilisatio

Kohima: The Mission Director of the National Health Mission (NHM) in Nagaland Sukhato A Sema has informed that the state of Nagaland, with 57 per cent of tobacco users, is the second highest consum

Northeast Microbial Database (NEMiD) is a first of its kind digital database on microbial diversity from North East (NE) India, which provides information on culturable microbes (bacteria, fungi and actinomycetes) isolated from soils of the region (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim and parts of North Bengal) distributed across landscape elements (LSE) spread in various ecosystems. The database is based on the primary data through survey, isolation and
characterization of the microbes during 2008–2012.

the northeastern states of India are co-endemic for Plasmodium falciparum and P. vivax malaria. The transmission intensity is low-to-moderate resulting in intermediate to stable malaria. Malaria control prioritized P. falciparum being the predominant and life threatening infection (>70%). P. vivax malaria remained somewhat neglected. The present study provides a status report of P. vivax malaria in the northeastern States of India.

At a time when international models suspect that central and equatorial east Pacific is slowly drifting to El Nino conditions, a study on its likely impact on monsoon here has thrown up interesting

Nagaland Governor P.B Acharya, a brand ambassador of the ‘Swachh Bharat’ mission, on Monday launched the campaign.

Kohima: Union Minister for Drinking Water and Sanitation Birender Singh on Sunday revealed that sixty per cent of the rural population do not have sanitation facilities in the country.

With a population of about 20 lakh, Nagaland is considered the second highest tobacco consuming State with 57 per cent of the populace into the tobacco habit.

With the hunters of migratory Amur Falcon birds turning into protectors, Nagaland has become the “Falcon capital” of the world, officials said on Tuesday.

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