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Rajat Agrawal
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"The iPhone won't replace the DLSR but it offers a completely new medium of photography. The kind of images that come out are somewhere between documentary or photo journalism and what I would call fine art, closer to paintings," award-winning photographer Sephi Bergerson says.
Award-winning photographer Sephi Bergerson shares his experience of shooting an Indian wedding entirely on his Apple iPhone 6s Plus.
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Ashley Madison hack shows yet again that the concept of privacy doesn't exist on the Internet. Beware of what you post online. 
Online cheating website AshleyMadison hacked, perpetrators threaten to expose 37 million adulterers - AshleyMadison, a site that facilitates cheating in relationships among its near 40 million user...
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Mary Meeker's 2015 Internet Trends report is out! Here are the relevant excerpts for India.
Mary Meeker's legendary annual Internet Trends report is here. For her 2015 report, the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers executive has focused separately on India and China as the two leading I...
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My Xiaomi Mi Band review
A year ago if you asked anyone about Xiaomi in India, chances were they would not be aware of its existence and even if some did know about it, probably dismiss it as yet another Chinese company. F...
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Some photos of the Xiaomi Mi 4i I clicked. http://www.bgr.in/imagegallery/xiaomi-mi-4i-review-2/
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So did a mobile security firm get pwned by a counterfeit Xiaomi Mi 4?
Late last week, mobile security company Bluebox, came out with a damning report about security concerns it found with the Xiaomi Mi 4. The report, close on the heels of Lenovo's Superfish episode, ...
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Have you ever broken your smartphone's display?
Plagued by a broken screen? Take survey for a better Smartphone Future - The pain of dropping a smartphone and finding its screen shattered beyond recognition or use is known to most of us. This an...
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My Moto G review.
Motorola Moto G (third generation) review: Don't judge a phone by its specifications - Of the many things the technology press is to be blamed for, giving far too much importance to hardware specif...
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I interviewed Micromax CEO Vineet Taneja. 
India's largest homegrown smartphone brand, Micromax, is currently racing neck and neck with Samsung to become the nation's numero uno smartphone maker. The company is reportedly in talks with Chin...
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#AccheDin coming for those who want to watch movies and TV series online! 
Hooq, a joint venture between Sony Pictures, Warner Bros Studios and Singtel, today announced its plans to launch its video service in India. The company claims to have a catalog of over 15,000 mov...
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The Xiaomi Mi 4i is in my view a great sub-Rs 15k smartphone. My review. 
In India, Xiaomi wants to be perceived as an Indian smartphone brand. The smartphone vendor has already had a great start since its India debut last July by selling over a million smartphones in le...
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Holy cow!
Oh dear! We knew the Apple Watch Edition collection would be expensive but little did we know it would be this expensive! The prices of the top-end limited edition of the Apple Watch start at $10,0...
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  • India.com
    Executive Editor, www.bgr.in, 2011 - present
  • Cellpassion Networks Pvt Ltd
    Journalist, Blogger, 2010
  • My Mobile Infomedia Pvt Ltd, Delhi Mid Day, The Pioneer
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Rajat, Rajat Agarwal, Rajat Aggarwal
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Gets distracted by shiny objects with circuits, edits www.bgr.in
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Ate six McGrill burgers in under 12 minutes :D
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New Delhi, India
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India - Tarapur, Paonta Sahib, Mandi Gobindgarh
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By far the best Punjabi By Nature restaurant in Delhi-NCR after the one in Vasant Kunj shut down. The food is to die for, though the portions are huge so be prepared to hog. Try the raan-e-punjab and dahi ke kebab for starter. Follow it by butter chicken and daal makhni - the typical punjabi meal. Lot of options for vegetarians as well. It is expensive but worth every penny.
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