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.
11 Feb 2016
New Delhi: DMRC is in the process of renaming its stations, as part of a revenue generating move without increasing the fares. After the completion for the auction now Vaishali metro station in Ghaziabad will be renamed as 'Dainik Jagran Vaishali' as Dainik Jagran has won the semi naming rights for the station.
10 Dec 2015
New Delhi: In a fast growing and changing media world, 10th December will prove to be a milestone. World's largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran and microblogging website Twitter have announced a special collaboration for 'Jagran Forum'.
06 Mar 2012
Vitamin E, dubbed the "anti-ageing" vitamin may actually weaken your bones before their time. Animals fed on a diet supplemented with the vitamin developed bones 20 percent weaker than those that ate normally, within just eight weeks, says a study
19 Feb 2012
Drinking water has many health benefits. Now, add one more to the list -- it can help you stay calm, particularly if you feel like losing your cool, says a new study.
15 Apr 2012
Often looked upon as a panacea for many ills, the popular neem tree is under attack from a new voracious pest that is found to devour the leaves of the wonder tree, say scientists.
14 Apr 2012
In order to commemorate the creation of the doomed luxury liner Titanic which sank a century ago, about 16,000 people took part in a free, open-air concert held at Belfast slipways, where the ship was built.
12 Apr 2012
If you are struggling to get to sleep at night, you may be in danger of diabetes and obesity, scientists say. If you are struggling to get to sleep at night, you may be in danger of diabetes and obesity, scientists say.
09 Apr 2012
College students who often text message during class find it difficult to pay attention to classroom lectures and consequently risk having poor learning outcomes, according to a new study.
06 Apr 2012
The wreckage of the Titanic, which has remained at the bottom of the North Atlantic for 100 years, will now come under the protection of the United Nations' cultural body that seeks to safeguard wrecks, decorated caves and other cultural relics underwater.