16 Apr 2011
In a bid to prevent spreading of jaundice, the Delhi government has geared up and sent a delegation of doctors to Sonia Vihar, where scores of people are reported to be suffering from the disease. The doctors attended around 80 patients who were seriously affected from jaundice.
17 Jun 2011
Dainik Jagran has once again proved to be No.1 by virtue of being the most read newspaper in the country.
06 May 2014
New Delhi: The fifth edition of Jagran Film Festival will be held in the Capital on July 10-15, following which it will travel to 14 cities in the country.
29 Sep 2012
With the objective of bridging gap between good quality cinema and it’s intended audience, country’s leading newspaper brand the ‘Dainik Jagran’ is back again with its third edition of Jagran Film Festival (JFF) starting from Saturday (September 29).
03 Dec 2012
Media giant Jagran Prakashan Ltd (JPL) on Monday said its board has approved to raise up to Rs 150 crore through issue of securities to augment its resources as well as to retire debt.
11 Oct 2013
New Delhi: Renowned agriculture scientist and former director general ICAR Dr Mangala Rai on Thursday expressed serious concerns over political leaders indulging in communalism saying that it has eroded the democratic values in the country.
17 Sep 2012
President Pranab Mukherjee will inaugurate the 'Jagran Forum' in Lucknow on October 13. This will be the President’s maiden tour to Uttar Pradesh after assuming the top constitutional post.
11 Oct 2012
President Pranab Mukherjee will undertake a two-day visit to Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow on October 12-13, a statement from his office said on Wednesday.
20 Sep 2012
In order to spread Urdu language among the masses, a campaign called, Urdu Heritage Caravan, was launched on Wednesday. Chairman of Press Council of India, Markandey Katju, announced this at a function organised at India International Centre.
17 Oct 2012
Threats of mobile tower radiations are well known in the urban areas but they are equally threatening lives in the rural areas too. The fruits of development might not have reached the villages but mobile tower radiations have not just sneaked into the lives of the rural people but their hazardous impacts are also being witnessed.