11 May 2016
Ranchi: A day after Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar launch a campaign for ban on liquor in Jharkhand, BJP today said he should "focus on his state to reduce the crime graph there".
14 May 2016
New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today strongly condemned the murder of two journalists in Bihar and Jharkhand and demanded an independent investigation.
14 May 2016
Siwan: A senior journalist in Bihar and a TV channel reporter in Jharkhand were shot dead by unidentified gunmen, sparking protests by mediapersons and triggering a shutdown in the areas.
04 Jan 2016
Godda (Jharkhand): BJP MLA Raghu Nandan Mandal died on way to hospital at Korka in this district. He was 63 years old.
11 Sep 2015
Mumbai: With buzz building around the Mumbai edition of the 6th Jagran Film Festival (JFF), which kicks off on September 28 at Fun Cinemas, Andheri, the jury has been announced. And it's a heady mix of filmmakers, music maestros, cinematography experts and film editing veterans, which will select the winners in the 'Indian showcase' category.
17 Feb 2016
Mumbai: Jharkhand government today said it has secured Rs 62,000 crore worth of investment commitments with large corporates such as Adani and Vedanta evincing interests in power, fertiliser, steel and chemicals.
04 Jul 2013
In their last leg of whirlwind sojourn to the national capital for forthcoming flick Lootera, Sonakshi Sinha and Ranveer Singh on Thursday visited the Dainik Jagran office and shared their ‘Lootera’ moments in freewheeling one to one talks with the Jagran members.
29 Apr 2011
Adding an international fervour to its credibility, a leading national daily in India 'Dainik Jagran' has received WAN-IFRA award (World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers). The Association gave the award to Dainik Jagran in 'Breaking News' category for a news item which highlighted the free tickets scam in the Commonwealth games.
11 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Listed as one of the 'New Icons' of India, famous writer Amish Tripathi spoke about true meaning of liberalism and perception of youth at the Jagran Forum, an initiative by world's most read newspaper Dainik Jagran.
11 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Addressing Jagran Forum, an initiative of world's largest read newspaper, the renowned author, columnist and broadcaster, Tarek Fatah on Thursday touched upon religious and cultural concerns in India, criticising the intolerance protests across the country.