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  • Kejok is a village in the Sangsangyu block of the Tuensang district Nagaland, India. Ophai Kejok is actually Ophai Phejok but Ophai Kejok is the
  • Tuensang Pron: ˌtjuːənˈsæŋ is a town in Nagaland, India, with a population of 36, 774, . It is the headquarters of the Tuensang district the easternmost
  • Sangsangyu is a village in Tuensang district of Nagaland, India. Sangsangyu is the Block Headquarters of the eight villages which are: Hakchang, Konya
  • sub - division held 39 villages spread over four admin circles as follows: Tuensang District Population, Nagaland, List of Taluks in Tuensang Censusindia2011
  • It is spoken in 36 villages of Tuensang District in east - central Nagaland Ethnologue Ethnologue reports that the Tuensang village dialect is the
  • state of Assam to its north, Wokha district to its west, Tuensang and Longleng district to its east, and Zunheboto district to its south. During the British
  • 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
  • one of the major Naga tribe living in the Tuensang and Kiphire districts of Nagaland. Like many other tribal groups in Northeast India, they practice jhum
  • district and Wokha district on the west, Phek district in the south, and Tuensang district and Kiphire district in the east. Headquarters is at Zunheboto. A
  • Chang or Chongshen Mongkosungkum Chang born 1 April 1942 Village Noksen, Tuensang district is a Naga politician, belonging to Nationalist Democratic
  • Yatsumi in Sema, is a Sino - Tibetan language spoken in northeast India by the Yimchunger Naga people. It is spoken between Namchik and Patkoi in Tuensang district
  • Lok Sabha constituency. Born on 27 July 1945 at Chare, a small village in Tuensang district of the Northeast Indian state of Nagaland to Hopongki, Sangtam
  • its east, Longleng district to its south - west and Tuensang district to its south. The town of Mon is its district headquarters. In 2006 the Ministry of
  • district is bounded by Mokokchung and some parts of Tuensang in north, Kohima and Phek in the south, Wokha in the west, Kiphire and parts of Tuensang
  • Naga language spoken in northeast India. It is spoken in Kiphire District and in the Longkhim - Chare circle in Tuensang district Nagaland, India. Ethnologue
  • district, Kohima district, Mokokchung district and Tuensang district as well as in 7 villages of Tinsukia district Assam Ethnologue Ethnologue lists
  • stones. These stones are still intact at Chungliyimti in Tuensang district From this village the Ao tribe moved towards northern region crossing a
  • Minister for Tuensang Affairs, Excise and Relief and Rehabilitation, from 1971 to 1974. He was elected to Lok Sabha as independent candidate in 1980 and 1983
  • an assembly constituency in the Indian state of Nagaland. Nosken is in Tuensang district Noksen is the first assembly seat in India, where Voter - verified
  • to its north, Wokha to its west, Tuensang to its east, and Zunheboto to its south. The physiography of the district shows six distinct hill ranges which
  • Later in 1889 the subdivision was shifted to Mokokchung. After India s independence, Wokha became a sub division in 1957 under Naga Hills Tuensang Area
  • 2005 Naga Identity. Concept. p. 54. ISBN 978 - 81 - 8069 - 192 - 8. The Festivals of Phom Tribe Tuensang District Administration. Retrieved 25 October 2011.
  • lies in the central Tuensang district Their principal village was Mozungjami Haku in Tuensang from which the tribe expanded to the other villages According
  • just three districts Kohima district Mokokchung district and Tuensang district By a process of subdivision that number increased to seven in 1973, to
  • Yimchunger is a Naga tribe whose traditional territory includes Tuensang and Kiphire districts in Nagaland state of India, and western areas of Burma. The word
  • Mokokchung, Kohima, Imphal, Churachandpur, Seling, Tuipang NH 202 Mokokchung, Tuensang Jessami, Imphal NH 702D Mokokchung - Mariani - Jorhat Highway Mokokchung - Chare
  • Zunheboto is the district of the Sumis and they also live in districts such as Dimapur, Kohima, Wokha, Kiphire, Mokokchung, Tuensang etc. There are also
  • representation in the Assam State Legislative Assembly and in the National Parliament. The Naga Tribal Area Tuensang was placed in the Part B tribal
  • in Kohima that called for the constitution of the Naga Hills District and the Tuensang Division of the North East Frontier Agency into a single administrative
  • support of Chang chiefs of Tuensang He also reorganized the NNC setup, as the chances of a peaceful settlement declined. In 1955, the Angami leaders T

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