07 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Dainik Jagran, the most read Hindi newspaper in India, recently counted its 10 millionth follower on Facebook.
22 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Apurva Purohit, President of Jagran Prakashan Ltd (JPL), was listed amongst ‘30 powerful women in Business’ by Business Today magazine.
20 Sep 2016
New Delhi: At least six students died and 17 sustained serious injuries on Tuesday afternoon when the school bus carrying over 50 children fell into a canal near Muhawa village in Punjab's Attari.
13 Sep 2016
Chandigarh: Congress MLAs spent the night in the Punjab Assembly seeking a debate on the no-confidence motion against the ruling SAD-BJP combine, which was defeated by voice vote, and have refused to vacate the House till the government gives an assurance that a discussion will be allowed on it.
26 May 2016
London: Dainik Jagran, one of India’s premier Hindi daily, has received International News Media Association (INMA) Global Media Awards which is being given for excellence in innovative initiatives to grow audience, revenue, and brand in media. The awards ceremony was a mega event which was held at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum on May 23.
14 Sep 2016
Chandigarh: The four-day Punjab Assembly session on Wednesday ended on a bitter note with the concluding day witnessing unruly scenes, including a shoe being hurled towards the ruling combine members.
13 Sep 2016
Chandigarh: Punjab Congress MLAs on Tuesday refused to vacate the Assembly even after spending the night in the House and stuck to their demand of a debate on the no-confidence motion moved by the party against the state government.
12 Sep 2016
Baghapurana (Punjab): Aam Aadmi Party eyeing to wrest power in Punjab in the 2017 Assembly polls, on Sunday unveiled its 31-point 'Kisan Manifesto' with an action plan to prevent farmer and farm labourers suicides and make them debt free and prosperous by December 2018.
11 Sep 2016
New Delhi: In political doghouse in Punjab for nearly a decade, Congress today said it suspected the new outfit floated by cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Sidhu was a "BJP-sponsored programme" to divide anti-incumbency votes.
14 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Rebel Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and former Rajya Sabha member Navjot Singh Sidhu and his wife Navjot Kaur formally resigned from the party on Wednesday. Sidhu has already floated a new front Awaaz-e-Punjab before the upcoming Punjab Assembly elections. His wife Navjot Kaur is a BJP legislator from Punjab.