07 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Dainik Jagran, the most read Hindi newspaper in India, recently counted its 10 millionth follower on Facebook.
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.
16 Apr 2012
Armed men beat a woman to death and injured her husband and children when she tried to resist being robbed by them. About twenty robbers raided the house of Rabindra Ram and went on a looting spree beating his wife Sangita Devi when she tried to resist them last night.
09 Apr 2012
A farmer was killed by miscreants triggering a protest by local people in Bihar's Rohtas district on Sunday.
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'.
02 Jul 2016
New Delhi: With the screening of two back-to-back Indian and Pakistani movies 'Toba Tek Singh' and 'Chotay Shah' respectively, the seventh edition of Jagran Film Festival yesterday opened here amid much fanfare.
20 Feb 2012
One person was killed and 12 others were injured when a bus carrying them overturned near Musri village in Sasaram in Bihar's Rohtas district on Monday, police said.
15 Apr 2012
A total of 40 criminals and Maoists lodged in the divisional jail in Bihar's Rohtas district today expressed desire to join mainstream. "These under-trial criminals and Maoists expressed desire to join mainstream and start new life by taking benefits of the state government's rehabilitation scheme," Superintendent of Police (SP) Manu Maharaj said after visiting the jail and meeting 60 inmates.