26 Feb 2014
New Delhi: With the advent of globalization, the world has shrunk into a small village opening a multitude of areas for people to come closer and interact in a never-before manner. Undoubtedly, the economy has benefitted immensely and the world has become a feasible platform to indulge in commercial activities.
08 Jul 2014
Panaji: A parents-teachers association of a school in Goa has threatened a boycott if the institution's management admits 13 HIV-positive students.
15 Jul 2014
Srinagar: Ruling National Conference on Tuesday announced the first list of its 32 candidates for the forthcoming Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir, re-nominating 20 of 28 sitting MLAs.
05 Jul 2014
New Delhi: BV Wanchoo resigned as Governor of Goa as the government went about finalizing its plans for replacing the Governors appointed during the previous Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) regime.
08 Feb 2012
The Congress in Goa continued to face trouble in its ranks over distribution of poll tickets for the March 3 Assembly polls with more leaders leaving the party.
30 Jan 2014
New Delhi: Dainik Jagran has emerged as the most read newspaper for record 26th time in a row, according to a survey. Though Indian Readership Survey (IRS) claims that the readership base of most of the newspapers plummeted in recent times, Dainik Jagran has been able to stick to its numero uno position.
14 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Setting the ball rolling for the forthcoming Assembly polls in Maharashtra, the full panel of the Election Commission (EC) will visit the state on Monday.
04 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Carrying on with its probe into allegations of over Rs 360 crore bribe paid in the purchase of VVIP helicopters, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday recorded the statement of Goa Governor B V Wanchoo as a ‘witness’.
11 Apr 2014
Panaji: The voting for the two parliamentary seats in Goa would be held on Saturday, wherein more than ten lakh voters will exercise their franchise in both the constituencies.
02 Mar 2014
New Delhi: In an exclusive interview to Dainik Jagran, BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi downplayed talk of the emergence of a third front, saying the "experiment" will prove "costly" for the country which needed a government that could take decisions and come up to the people's expectations.