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In 1975, Jagran Prakashan (or JPL) was being incorporated and had the business interests in the areas of outdoor, newspapers, internet, magazines, below the line marketing solutions, and mobile value-added services. It also publishes Dainik Jagran, which is a Hindi daily newspaper. Dainik Jagran that launched its first edition in 1942 in Jhansi and is also the brainchild of late Puran Chand Gupta. The newspaper was launched with the purpose of reflecting the free voice of the people. And in the year 1947, its second edition was launched in Kanpur. In 1953–56, the company also established its third and fourth edition in both Rewa and Bhopal. In the coming years, it expanded its edition network. Currently, it operates via 37 editions from Agra, Bareilly, Aligarh, Moradabad, Dehradun, Haldwani, Dharamshala, Hisar, Bhopal, Gorakhpur, Jammu, Jhansi, Panipat, Kanpur, Lucknow, New Delhi, Allahabad, Varanasi, Bhagalpur, Muzaffarpur, Patna, Siliguri, Ranchi, Dhanbad, Jamshedpur, and Meerut. It also has its presence in about 11 states such as Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Jharkhand, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, and Jammu & Kashmir.

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Its publication covers a wide spectrum of subjects such as sports, economics, spirituality, health, literature, kids, and supplements that include film, education, travel, entertainment, and career. It also prints Sakhi, which mainly targets the women readers; Jagran Varshiki, which is an annual general knowledge digest; Junior Jagran is also an example of such a product that is created by children; I Next is India's first bilingual Hindi daily that targets the youth and several national and state statistical compilations. It also publishes City Plus, which is a weekly English tabloid that targets urban readers. Jagran Pehel, which is an initiative that focuses on creating awareness as well as advocating for social issues. Also, being a social marketing arm of JPL, it partnered, along with UNFPA, USAID PSP-One, The World Bank, Breakthrough, UNDP–TAHA, and Helpage India, and more. J9 Ventures, which is a business division of JPL is being engaged in the business of WAP, Web, and text-based value-added services, platforms, products, and solutions for both consumers as well as corporate customers. It also has a business interest in research and Jagran Research Centre has been a vital part of its several projects such as accruing vital market data, organizing strategic planning processes for enhancing customer satisfaction and improving the competitive advantage. It also offers outdoor advertising as well as promotional marketing and event management services via its division Jagran Solutions. Jagran Engage, which is a newly-established division offers specialized Out of Home advertising services, along with a Pan–India footprint.

Some of the Milestones:

  • In 2008, the company formed a 50:50 joint venture with Television Eighteen India, which formed the Jagran 18 Publications. This specific JV aims at launching the newspapers in Indian languages explicitly oriented towards economic and financial news.
  • In 2010, the Jagran Prakashan Limited also announced the merger of newspaper business of the Mid–Day Multimedia Limited with Itself.
  • In 2011, the company also launched an Urdu newspaper named, 'Inquilab' and Punjabi newspaper named, 'Punjabi Jagran.'
  • In 2012, the company acquired Suvi Info Management (in Indore) Private Limited.

Some of the Achievements:

  • In May 2006, the Dainik Jagran was being voted as the most credible news source within the print media by a BBC–Reuters study.
  • According to the Indian Readership Survey, 2008, Dainik Jagran had a readership of about 55.7 million.
  • Dainik Jagran has been the most significant read daily of India for the last consecutive 11 rounds according to the Indian Readership Survey.

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