07 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Dainik Jagran, the most read Hindi newspaper in India, recently counted its 10 millionth follower on Facebook.
29 Mar 2013
Our favourite Hindi daily Dainik Jagran with 5.65 crore readers has added another feather in its cap by retaining the top position for 25th consecutive time. For the first time in history of Indian media, any newspaper has achieved this feat.
20 Jun 2012
Your favourite Hindi daily Dainik Jagran has created another milestone by clinging on to the top spot for the 22nd consecutive time.
30 Jan 2013
Our favourite Hindi daily Dainik Jagran with 5.6 crore readers has added another feather in its cap by retaining the top position for 24th consecutive time.
02 Oct 2012
Your favourite Hindi daily Dainik Jagran has added another feather in its cap by clinging on to the top spot for the 23rd consecutive time.
01 Sep 2012
Dainik Jagran has once again created a milestone. The Hindi Daily has bagged the prestigious ‘Printer of the Year’ award given by Print Week India.
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.
02 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Jagran Prakashan Ltd (JPL), publisher of leading Hindi daily newspaper Dainik Jagran, today reported a 14.56 per cent decline in standalone net profit at Rs 49.69 crore for the quarter ended March 31, 2015. It had posted a net profit of Rs 58.16 crore in the January-March period of 2013-14, the company said in a BSE filing.
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.
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.