Socio-Economic Impact of HIV and AIDS in Nagaland 2004-2005 and 200631 Dec 2006
The state of Nagaland lies between 25 degree 60'and 27 degree 40' latitude north of the equator and between the longitudinal lines 93 degree 20' E and 95 degree 15'E. It covers an area of 16,579 Sq.km. The state is bounded by Assam in the north and west, by Myanmar and Arunachal Pradesh in the east, and Manipur in the south, and runs more or less parallel to the left bank of the Brahmaputra river. The topography is full with hill ranges, which break into a wide chaos of spurs and ridges. The altitude varies between 194 and 3,048 meters.