Kiphire District is the newly formed ninth district of Nagaland, which was carved out of Tuensang district. As of 2011 it is the second least populous district of Nagaland (out of 11), after Longleng District. Kiphire is a small town. It is situated at an elevation of 896 m above sea level and is the headquarters of the newly formed Kiphire district, carved out of Tuensang district, in Nagaland, India. Kiphire is about 254 km from Kohima, the capital of Nagaland. It is the place where the Naga tribes of Sangtam (Eastern), Yimchunger and Sema tribes meet. The town is the nearest district headquarters to Mt. Saramati (3841 m or 12,602 ft), which is the highest peak of Nagaland.
Phek District is a district of Nagaland state in India. It was organized in 1973. Phek district has a population of 163,294. Phek District has a sex ratio of 951 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 79.13 percent.
Kohima district is a district of Nagaland state in India. It is the home of the Angami Naga tribe. As of 2011 it is the second most populous district of Nagaland (out of 11), after Dimapur. In 1980, Kohima district became home to the Puliebadze Wildlife Sanctuary, which has an area of 9.2 square kilometers. It is a natural habitat for Blyth’s Tragopan. Kohima is the land of the Angami Naga tribe. It is situated in the foothills of Japfu range located south of Kohima District. It has an average elevation of 1261 meters.
Peren District is the eleventh and newest district of Nagaland. It has been formed by the partition of Kohima district. Peren District is bounded by Dima Hasao District and Karbi Anglong district of Assam in the west and Dimapur district to the northeast. Kohima district in the east and Tamenglong district of Manipur in the south are the other boundaries. In 1993, Peren district became home to Ntangki National Park, which has an area of 202 square kilometers.
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