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.
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.'
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.
22 Apr 2015
New Delhi: In a bid to strengthen BJP in Tamil Nadu ahead of next year's Assembly polls, 42 Union ministers would be visiting different parts of the state, where people can air their grievances.
15 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Riding on a sympathy wave, women candidates of ruling Shiv Sena and Congress and opposition NCP on Wednesday won three Assembly by-elections in Uttarakhand and Maharashtra where Congress heavyweight Narayan Rane lost badly in Bandra east seat in Mumbai, his second defeat in six months.
08 Apr 2015
Panaji: Goa Police will quiz two top executives of Fabindia on Friday in connection with the trial room camera episode involving its outlet at Candolim near here.
07 Apr 2015
Panaji: Fabindia's CEO and Managing Director, who were summoned by Goa Police in connection with the voyeurism case, on Tuesday failed to appear before the investigating officer, even as police summoned 11 employees of the outlet for questioning.
17 Apr 2015
Lucknow: Union Minister Ramvilas Paswan on Friday said the leaders of six Janata Parivar parties have merged them into one larger entity but "their hearts do not match", and the new amalgam will not have any impact on the upcoming Bihar and Uttar Pradesh assembly elections.
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.
04 Apr 2015
Mumbai: A day after Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani said she spotted a hidden camera in the changing room of Fabindia's store at Candolim in Goa, the company on Saturday said "there were no hidden cameras anywhere in the store, including the trial rooms."