29 Aug 2014
London: Scientists have found that those who play computer games regularly have a larger English vocabulary than non-players.
27 Aug 2014
London: 'Marvellous', 'cheerio' and 'pussy cat' are among words which are disappearing from spoken English in Britain, according to a new study which attributed the change to a growing influence of American English on British speakers.
21 Aug 2014
Varanasi: Speaking at Dainik Jagran’s ‘Kashi ke ghat, Kashi ka vikaas’ forum, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Wednesday said the time to end Varanasi’s dwindling fortunes has arrived now and an era of prosperity and development in the sacred city beckons.
25 Aug 2014
London: Keen to follow in teammate Cheteshwar Pujara's footsteps, Indian pacer Varun Aaron has expressed a desire to play County cricket in the near future.
07 Aug 2014
New Delhi: In order to make the festival of Raksha Bandhan memorable for the troops guarding nation's border, Dainik Jagran CEO and Editor-in-Chief Sanjay Gupta on Wednesday presented rakhi to Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag.
25 Aug 2014
London: Indian Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is set to play for Derbyshire for the remainder of the English County Championships as the club has decided to sign him as its overseas player.
26 Aug 2014
Mumbai: Actor-filmmaker Dia Mirza on Monday unveiled ‘B for Braille’, a musical short film that aims at promoting Braille literacy in the country, and called it a ‘benevolent initiative’.
21 Aug 2014
London: Preferred candidate Malky Mackay is out of the running to take charge of Crystal Palace after the English Football Association opened an investigation into the conduct of the Scot during his time at Cardiff City, British media reported.
17 Jul 2014
New Delhi. The nation’s largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran has completed its 24th year in the National Capital Region (NCR) and now makes entry into its silver jubilee year. It is said that efforts made for 24 years in order to become well established and fully competent in personal as well as professional life are quite wholesome. Dainik Jagran could receive such tremendous success to accomplish its objective to this height because of staunch faith and affection showered by the avid readers. Dainik Jagran deserves all the rights to stand tall on this extended time-period steered by the feelings of friendship, brotherhood and oneness bearing the responsibility to cater honest and true news to its readers. This very notion and motive of Dainik Jagran propels its endeavour towards success and growth.