Rajat Agrawal’s parents always thought he would become an engineer but writing was all that he wanted to do. Armed with a degree in Journalism and an unreal obsession with anything mechanical that could connect him to his fellow humans (by voice, text, or video), he chose a life of reviewing cellphones and tormenting handset companies by revealing their best-kept secrets. When he is not snooping around cellphone company campuses and staking out nearby bars, he can be found downing cuppas at one of the numerous cafes in Connaught Place, New Delhi. He wishes he had more time to read the steadily growing pile of books at home.
Sambit’s dad first bought him a computer when he was in kindergarten and from that moment on he has shared a special bond with all kinds of gadgets — be it mobiles, laptops or gaming consoles. Often called a ‘gadget-whore’ by his friends, he gets distracted by shiny objects. When not writing about technology, he can be found rooting for Manchester United.
Harshita Rastogi was always into photography and soon realized her love for gadgets was not restricted to cameras. She started as a travel writer, but soon found it even more interesting to write about consumer tech and decoding it for others. Ever since, she has been writing about consumer tech and the telecom sector. When not writing, she can be caught sipping tea and chattering around at tea stalls.
Race-tuned sportscars and high performance sedans aside, he loves his cars to be as mechanically pure as his gadgets to be loaded with tech. Paranjay Dutt or Joy, as he’s lovingly called, has been an automotive journalist for quite some time but his passion for photography and technology made him cross path with BGR India. You can find him jabbing his keyboard while talking about automobile technology and cameras at the same time.