14 May 2015
New Delhi: World's largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran added another feather to its cap with International News Media Association (INMA) honouring its campaign 'Jan Jagran' and E-Kachra'. Dainik Jagran has launched 'Jan Jagran' and 'E-Kachra' to make India world's best democracy and Moradabad garbage free city respectively.
26 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Lauding the initiative 'Swachh India' being carried forward by world's largest newspaper Dainik Jagran, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the Dainik Jagran has played tremendous role in making the government's ambitious programme successful.
29 Apr 2015
New Delhi: The world’s largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran on Tuesday was accorded with eight prizes in Asian Customer Engagement Forum (ACEF) Awards held in Mumbai.
10 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Making a strong pitch for people's participation in the journey of India's development and democracy, Prime Minister Modi said at the Jagran Forum of world's most read newspaper Dainik Jagran that the first thing is to have faith in the people and their strengths.
29 Apr 2015
New Delhi: World's largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran has come forward with helping hand to the earthquake-hit people in Nepal with the launch of 'Jagran Relief Fund.'
16 Mar 2012
Amidst controversy over the proposed central university in Bihar, Member of Parliament from Motihari Radha Mohan Singh in a letter to HRD Minister Kapil Sibal insisted that the university should be opened at Motihari instead of Gaya.
02 Sep 2015
New Delhi: The Chief Editor and CEO of Dainik Jagran group Sanjay Gupta today met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his 7, RCR residence and presented demand drafts worth Rs 1.57 crore towards the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund.
09 Apr 2012
Accusing the Congress-led UPA government of playing ‘divisive’ politics, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi said the Centre has reneged on its promise to set up a Central University in Bihar’s Motihari district.
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.
17 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Dainik Jagran, world's most read Hindi newspaper, continued to dominate the Indian media industry as the national daily has bagged as many as four Abby Awards, the Oscar of newspaper industry, at the recently concluded Ad Club of Mumbai Festival in Goa. During the festival, Jagran's advertising creativity and its impact on common people were also commended by the advertising world.