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.
14 Mar 2015
Ghaziabad: Lawyers of Ghaziabad Bar Association on Friday abstained from work in district courts as well as at Tehsil compound to protest the killing of an advocate in Allahabad district court premises allegedly by a policeman.
28 Mar 2015
New Delhi: In a bid to end the trend of open defecation, particularly in rural areas, 'Jagran Pehel', in association with 'Jagran Prakashan Ltd' and Bihar government, has set up state's first ever 'bio-digester community toilet' at Nathnagar block in Bhagalpur district.
21 Mar 2012
A teen-aged girl was raped and her brother stabbed by an attacker in Matiyala village in Uttar Pradesh, police sources said on Wednesday.
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.
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.
05 Mar 2014
Washington: Several prominent Indian newspapers, including Dainik Jagran which boasts of world’s highest readership, have made it to the list of 90 finalists at this year's International News Media Association (INMA) awards.
04 Mar 2014
Patna: Uttar Pradesh, India's northern Hindi-speaking belt, which is home to around half a billion people, is taking off after decades of trailing industrialized seaboard states in the west and south.
15 May 2014
New Delhi: World’s largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran has won three awards during the prestigious International News Media Association (INMA) awards function. The INMA has awarded 30 newspapers across the world and Dainik Jagran is the only Indian newspaper to receive the prestigious award and the group won total of three prizes including two first prizes.