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Organisational announcements expected @ Star Townhall today

13-April-2016
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Organisational announcements expected @ Star Townhall today

Major organisational restructuring announcements are expected to be made today at the Star India Townhall, confirm industry sources. The town hall is to be held at 4pm today and over 130 offices of Star India will be linked via video conferencing. The scale of the announcement has internal teams of Star India speculating on the nature of the announcement.

The announcement is slated to be huge and being linked to top management restructuring in India.  

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