The Hero Indian Super League has made India a rising footballing nation by bringing back glamour, respect and prestige to the sport
A forgotten village game, reinvented for modern India.
A new home for creativity and teamwork
A passionate campaign to celebrate a landmark judgement in India.
It all began in 2010, with only 123 members. Since then the Suvarna Ladies Club has grown into a huge community, with 20,000 members spread across 12 clubs all over Karnataka. It’s become an integral part of Star’s extended family.
We strive to create an environment where every person can express themselves and we take active steps to make our LGBT+ employees feel valued, welcomed and equal at the workplace.
On 29th August 2017, as Mumbai submerged under the flood, Star’s HQ became a refuge for 800 employees.
We take great pride in building a safe, welcoming environment for our employees. We firmly believe that family comes first.
Celebrating extraordinary individuals who push the status quo.
The annual event introduces children to a creative workplace.
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