A newspaper that has grown with the democracy.
Dainik Jagran, the flagship brand of Jagran Prakashan Ltd (JPL) has marked an era of awakening since its inception in the year 1942. And since that time, the year on year timeline of Dainik Jagran has consistently stood for its mission which focuses on the 360-degree development and empowerment of the society. Their vision has always been ‘creating a newspaper that would reflect the free voice of the people’. Dainik Jagran is an Indian Hindi-language largest read newspaper in India and the second-largest newspaper in India by circulation as per Audit Bureau of Circulations (India).
Undoubtedly Dainik Jagran over these years has not only strengthened its editorial stance but has also set out the on the drive towards modernization and growing interaction between its readers and paper. Its content delivery platform has always focus on the segments and areas of supreme concern like Environmental Conservation, Education for the society, Mass Employment Opportunity, Health for the Society and many more. Purposefully enacting its role more as the societal change-maker than as a simple compilation of multiple news, Dainik Jagran has seriously brought forward the varied topics related to societal growth in form of debates, articles and discussions in the eye of its readers on daily basis.
In the year 1942, when the freedom struggle of India had reached its crescendo, Dainik Jagran found its expression in the “Quit India Movement”. Be it that epic day or today, Dainik Jagran has always marked the era of changes targeted at societal development. Dainik Jagran has played the integral part in awakening the nation and moving it together towards a higher purpose through these legendary slogans.
Quit India Movement – Angrezo Bharat Chodo
Family Planning – Hum do humare do
Rise of India – Mera Bharat Mahan
Making of Constitution – Satyamev Jayate
… and many more ….
Dainik Jagran has grown up with our democracy. We wish the national daily Hindi newspaper a very Happy Birthday. 75Years of DAINIK JAGRAN.
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