28 Feb 2014
Mumbai: Legendary Bollywood actor Aamir Khan will be the ‘Guest Editor’ for world’s largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran on March 1.
15 Aug 2013
New Delhi: India’s number one newspaper Dainik Jagran will now let its users stay connected in an easier and interactive manner. On the occasion of the nation’s 67th Independence Day, it has come up with new mobile application ‘Connect’-which will provide video, music and several multimedia contents on users’ cell phones.
13 Feb 2014
Mumbai: Adding another feather to his cap, Bharat Gupta, Executive President, Marketing and Digital of Jagran Prakashan Limited has been conferred with the ‘Youth Achievers Award’ at the sixth Global Marketing and Social Media award ceremony held at Mumbai on Thursday.
08 Aug 2013
Allahabad: Demanding three-tier reservations in the competitive examinations in Uttar Pradesh, a large number of students on Wednesday evening created ruckus in Allahabad. The pro-reservation supporters vandalized Dainik Jagran office at Allahabad and tore the hoardings in the Civil Lines area of the city.
29 May 2014
New Delhi: Jagran Prakashan Ltd, publishers of leading Hindi daily newspaper Dainik Jagran, on Wednesday reported an increase of 51.10 percent in the standalone net profit to Rs 58.16 crore for the quarter ended March 31, 2014.
22 Sep 2014
Mumbai: Actor Irrfan Khan, who on Monday graced the opening ceremony of the fifth Jagran Film Festival here, said it's vital for Indian movies to travel to get exposure.
03 Jan 2015
Bengaluru: Asserting that his party was against conversions and re-conversions, BJP president Amit Shah has sought the support of the "secular parties" on bringing an Anti-Conversion Bill.
02 Jul 2013
Leading Hindi daily Dainik Jagran had clearly warned the Uttarakhand government of the massive destruction in Kedarnath even nine years ago.
15 Sep 2014
Mumbai: The 5th edition of the Jagran Film Festival in Mumbai opened with much pomp and show with several B-town glitterati's dazzling at the red carpet.
02 Jan 2015
Mumbai: Hindutva groups in Agra continued their protest against the Aamir Khan starrer movie 'PK'. Activists of the Bajrang Dal, Hindu Jagran Manch and Vishwa Hindu Parishad held demonstrations at several places, burnt posters of the film and shouted slogans.