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GIS mapping centre in Nagaland goes hi-tech

Kohima, Nagaland, 04 April 2007: Nagaland GIS mapping centre has launched its website which had been designed and developed by GIS Cell under the State’s Planning department and was linked to the state’s official website, www.nagaland.nic.in.

The website which was launched yesterday provides information on the state, including roads, railways, airports, towns, major rivers, industries, polling stations and villages and their jurisdictions with break up of population, hospitals, tourist spots, business centres, power stations, schools, panchayat halls and areas where the famous Naga Raja Mircha is grown.

Nagaland Planning and Coordination Minister Shurhozelie while launching the website said the government had earlier acquired about 90 Toposheets from GIS Cell to make good use of it.