Nagaland has always evoked a sense of mysticism, largely because of its remoteness and distinctive culture.
Rich in minerals such as coal, oil, platinum and magnetite.
Naga chilli, one of the world's hottest, is grown in the state.
Vision 2030 to drive growth with a 15 year perspective.
600 mn MT of crude oil capacity.
11 administrative districts with total population of 2.3mn.
US$3.6bn GSDP recorded during fiscal year 2018-19.
Hydropower potential while the installed capacity in the state, as of October 2017, was 53.37 MW.
The government of India has set up the North-Eastern Council for the socio-economic development of the region.
tonnes of crude oil reserves in the state has only been sparsely tapped so far, offering investment opportunities.
The state's mineral deposits include over 315mn tonnes of coal and over 1bn tonnes of limestone reserves.
Hornbill Festival, celebrated each year to promote the cultural heritage of the state, attracts international tourists.
Major horticulture crops grown in the state include banana, citrus, pineapple, and potato, with potential for more .
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Noble Cause of South Africa has inked a 30 year marketing agreement with the State Government for export of Nagaland-grown coffee.
Oil and Natural Gas Corp has operated oil wells in the state.
Avon Cycles has invested in manufacturing in Nagaland.
Export Promotion Industrial Park (EPIP) in Dimapur for the agro and food processing sector.
Plans to connect Kohima with the rest of country by a 88 km Dhansiri-Kohima railway track at a cost of US$428.7m
A multi-product SEZ spread across 400 ha in Dimapur.
Kohima has been identified for urban development under the SCM project.
US$8.3m from Ministry of Urban Development to improve basic urban infrastructure under Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT).
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