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<strong>Jagran</strong> Prakashan consolidated profit up by 32.1 percent in last fiscal

Jagran Prakashan consolidated profit up by 32.1 percent in last fiscal

29 May 2015

New Delhi: Jagran Prakashan Limited (JPL), publishers of India’s largest read newspaper, Dainik Jagran, today reported a 17.8 percent increase in its consolidated operating profit for the year ended March 31, 2015 to Rs 450.56 crore as compared to Rs 382.61 crore in Financial Year 2014.

Jagran Prakashan Limited,   JPL,   Dainik Jagran,   Jagran profit,   Jagran results,  
<strong>Dainik</strong> <strong>Jagran</strong> wins two prizes in WAN-Infra awards

Dainik Jagran wins two prizes in WAN-Infra awards

01 May 2015

New Delhi: The world’s largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran on Thursday was accorded with two prizes in WAN-Infra Asian Media awards held in Thailand's capital Bangkok.

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Hollywood, Bollywood are both full of talent: Nargis Fakhri

Hollywood, Bollywood are both full of talent: Nargis Fakhri

21 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Nargis Fakhri has embarked on a journey to the larger than life terrain of Hollywood with film "Spy". The New York-born Bollywood actress says among the dissimilarities that widen the gap between Hindi silver screen and West, there is one similarity that weaves them together -- the pool of talent.

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<strong>Dainik</strong> <strong>Jagran</strong> enters 25th year of its apostle journey in NCR

Dainik Jagran enters 25th year of its apostle journey in NCR

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.

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<strong>Jagran</strong> Exclusive: Thrust only to work enthusiastically, says PM Modi

Jagran Exclusive: Thrust only to work enthusiastically, says PM Modi

13 May 2015

New Delhi: Fending off shattered image of governance that was battered with serials of scams and scandals during the UPA establishment and taking the challenge of blitzkrieg of people’s high expectations, the NDA government completes its one-year tenure with rolling out many schemes and plans that have changed the outlook of India and perception of people towards the system. In no-holds-barred interview with Dainik Jagran, (Senior Executive Editor Prashant Mishra and National Chief Of Bureau Rajkishor) Modi spoke at length on myriad of issues ranging from controversial Land Acquisition Bill, foreign policy, Parliamentary affairs, economic growth, poverty, price rise, education, minority, Ganga to completing one year in office. Excerpts:

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<strong>Hindi</strong>, Malayalam, Tamil and Bengali languages find place in Dubai driving tests

Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil and Bengali languages find place in Dubai driving tests

15 Jun 2015

Dubai: Four Indian languages including Hindi can be chosen while appearing for driving tests here in the UAE from September. Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Bengali, Chinese, Russian and Persian languages can be opted by aspiring drivers besides the three existing languages for both theory tests as well as eight mandatory lectures.

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Renaissance of North reflects in spectacular growth of <strong>Dainik</strong> <strong>Jagran</strong>

Renaissance of North reflects in spectacular growth of Dainik Jagran

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.

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Ministry of Information and Broadcasting approves Jagran's acquisition of Radio City

Ministry of Information and Broadcasting approves Jagran's acquisition of Radio City

29 May 2015

New Delhi: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting on Thursday has approved Jagran Prakashan Limited's  (JPL) proposal to acquire country's top FM radio media company Radio City. The deal is likely to make positive impact on the Jagran Prakashan Limited's financial results in the current quarter given the huge revenue in radio medium.

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Modi government scores distinction in <strong>Jagran</strong> poll

Modi government scores distinction in Jagran poll

26 May 2015

New Delhi: The Narendra Modi Government has completed its one year in the office. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)  leaders are fanned out across the country to not only celebrate the first anniversary of the NDA Government but to also hardsell Centre's achievement in its first year in the office.

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No <strong>Hindi</strong> remake of 'Nirbaak': Sushmita Sen

No Hindi remake of 'Nirbaak': Sushmita Sen

17 May 2015

Mumbai: Actress Sushmita Sen, who has returned on the big screen with her first Bengali film "Nirbaak", says she does not want a Hindi remake of it.

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