The CEO and his team of officers apprised the members present about the schedule for the bye-election, the protocol to be followed and various other election related activities.
Kohima in Nagaland has been certified as “Enabled”, in the Data Maturity Assessment Framework 2.0.
The random sampling drive was conducted at Kezo Town and Kidima and Tseminyu sub-division among the town residents, including shopkeepers and traders
The "Nagalim national flag" would be flown half mast for two consecutive days on May 17 and May 18 as a mark of our respect to the departed soul.
SDO Civil Sechü Zubza, Tiayanger Jamir on Thursday informed that at the entry point, Peducha check gate under Sechü Zubza, travellers entering Kohima and heading to other districts of Nagaland were made to register their details at the gate.
Nagaland recorded 12,800 COVID-19 confirmed cases with 53 more positive cases on Thursday.
The meeting decided to form a Joint Consultative Committee on RIIN headed by the Nagaland Home Commissioner, Commissioner Nagaland as the Member Secretary and representatives from CNTC, ENPO and TOP as members in the state level.
Kohima reported 23 new COVID-19 positive cases while Dimapur witnessed 13 new positive cases on Thursday
Governor RN Ravi addressed the Nagaland Assembly session which began on Friday.
One more person tested COVID-19 positive in Nagaland on Thursday.
The number of active cases in Nagaland as of Saturday is 104.
Only one new COVID-19 positive case was recorded in Nagaland on Wednesday.
Eleven more persons recovered from COVID-19 in Nagaland on Thursday.
Nagaland reported first no new Covid positive case on December 27, 2020.
The number of active cases in Nagaland now stood at 554.
The new cases included 11 from Dimapur, five each from Kohima and Makokchung, two each from Mon and Peren, and one from Phek district.
The number of active cases stood at 576, of which 352 patients are under home isolation.
Dimapur, the state's commercial hub, recorded the highest number of COVID-19 cases with 6176, followed by Kohima with 3,344 cases.
The new positive cases were reported from Dimapur (27), Kohima (16) and Tuensang (1).
Of the new positive cases, 61 are from Kohima, nine from Peren, eight from Dimapur and one from Mon.
The total number of COVID-19 confirmed cases in the state is now 10,852.
The meeting held in Kohima was participated by leaders of various civil society and church organizations.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Nagaland is 1,160 and recovered cases stand at 5,207.
Nagaland now has 1,095 active cases and the recovery tally stands at 5,161.
Nagaland Health Minister S Pangnyu Phom said the new cases include six from Kohima, four from Tuensang, and one from Dimapur.
Decision of the HPC was taken in an emergency meeting held to discuss the increase in demand for total lockdown in Nagaland
Of the 11 new cases, seven are from Kohima, three form Mon and one from Mokokchung.
Of the 23 new cases, 18 cases are from Dimapur, four in Phek and one in Kohima, Nagaland Health Minister S Pangyu Phom posted on Twitter.
The three new cases were reported from Phek district.
Of the total 636 positive case, active cases and recovery cases are 393 and 243 respectively according to the latest update by the state health minister.
Of the total 622 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Nagaland, 391 are active cases while 231 patients have recovered from COVID-19 infection.
Four new COVID-19 positive cases were reported in the state on Friday.
Among the 535 confirmed cases, 353 are active cases while 182 patients have recovered from the infection.
Twenty-one new COVID-19 cases were reported in the state on Wednesday.
Nineteen new COVID-19 positive cases were reported on Monday.
Twenty-five new COVID-19 cases were reported on Sunday.
Among the confirmed COVID-19 cases in Nagaland, 206 are active cases.
Fifty new COVID-19 cases were reported in the state on Tuesday.
The total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Nagaland has surged to 280.
Of the total 211 COVID-19 cases reported in the state so far, 73 cases are active while 138 patients have recovered from the infection.
Three new COVID-19 positive cases were reported on Saturday, taking the total number of coronavirus cases in the state to 201, state Health Minister S Pangnyu Phom said.
Of the five new cases, two cases each were reported from Mon quarantine centre and Kohima quarantine centre, respectively. The other case was reported from Dimapur quarantine centre.
With the detection of new COVID-19 positive cases, the total number of active cases in the state rose to 90 while the other 103 patients have recovered from the disease.
The two new cases are reported from Kohima quarantine centre.
Of the total 130 COVID-19 cases reported in the state, 22 patients have recovered from the disease.
Of the total 123 cases, 115 cases are active, the state helath minister said. The total recovered cases in the state stood at eight.
Of the new cases, Dimapur reported eight cases while the other three cases were reported from Kohima.