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About Gautam
Gautam Doshi is a multimedia journalist and a documentary photographer based in Mumbai who is interested in human rights, climate change, environmental issues, development and systemic barriers, and rights for people with disabilities.

In August 2019, Gautam received the Bob & Diane Fund (by Ms. Gina Martin) Grant to attend the Foundry Photojournalism Workshop in Kigali, Rwanda to pursue a short story on Alzheimer's disease which was used and published on Bob & Diane Fund's web and social media pages. 

In September 2019, Gautam also won a VII Academy Scholarship and Travel Grant to participate in the exhaustive VII Photo's Masterclass Barcelona 2019-20, which is an exhaustive training program of 3 workshops (in September, December 2019 and March 2020) in documentary photography and visual journalism. 

Gautam is currently pursuing a personal project to make a film on those with ALS in India. He also works as a correspondent for T3 India - a tech magazine - and is a freelance photographer. He is available for work and assignments anywhere across India. Please do email at **************.

Thank you.
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PM Modi’s Claim That Dropout Rate In Gujarat Schools Is Less Than 3% Is Partially True

11 Jun 2024  |  www.factchecker.in
PM Modi's claim that the dropout rate in Gujarat schools is less than 3% is partially true. The upper-primary school dropout rate was 5%, while the secondary school dropout rate was 17.9%, according to the latest publicly available government data. Additionally, Yogi Adityanath's claim on encephalitis deaths in Gorakhpur is not entirely true, as there has been a significant drop in cases and deaths since 2017, but the state still reported 36 acute syndrome encephalitis cases.

Adidas launches its most technologically advanced flagship store of the country in Delhi

13 Apr 2024  |  t3india.com
Adidas has unveiled its new flagship store, 'The Home of Possibilities', in Connaught Place, Delhi. The 5900 sq-ft store spans 4 floors and focuses on Experience, Sustainability, and Credibility. It features 32 digital touchpoints powered by green energy, upcycled carbon tile flooring, and is the first LEED-certified store in India. The store includes a 'Sustainability Zone' and displays the End Plastic Waste logo. Sunil Gupta, Senior Director at adidas India, highlighted the store's aim to offer a unique shopping experience with local elements. The store also offers customization services and has dedicated sections for various collections, including sportswear for outdoor activities, football, and collaborations like YEEZY and IVY PARK.

Electoral bond data: Who gave the most and which party got how much in the last two years

24 Jan 2024  |  www.thehindu.com
The article provides a detailed analysis of electoral bond purchases and encashments over the last two years, highlighting the companies and individuals who bought the most bonds and the political parties that received the highest amounts. Future Gaming and Hotel Services, Megha Engineering and Infrastructures Ltd., and Qwik Supply Chain are among the top purchasers, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) consistently received the largest share of encashed bonds. The data spans multiple periods coinciding with various state elections and includes recent disclosures by the Election Commission of India and demands for transparency by the Supreme Court.

Gaza in ruins: All cities, refugee camps hit; over 11,000 dead

16 Nov 2023  |  www.thehindu.com
The article provides a detailed account of the devastation in Gaza due to Israeli airstrikes, reporting over 11,000 Palestinian deaths, including a significant number of children and women. It highlights the extensive internal displacement, with 1.6 million Palestinians displaced and many seeking shelter in UNRWA installations. The health sector has been severely impacted, with numerous healthcare workers killed, facilities attacked, and ambulances damaged. The article underscores the massive destruction of housing units and the ongoing humanitarian crisis, drawing on data from various credible sources.

Data Dive: Cybercrime Cases Increase Fourfold in Four Years

10 Oct 2023  |  www.factchecker.in
India's cybercrime rate has surged by 270% over four years, with significant increases in states like Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh. The NCRB data shows a high percentage of cases pending investigation each year, with fraud being the primary motive behind over half of the cybercrime cases. Cases of publishing sexually explicit content and identity theft have also seen notable increases, while data theft cases have fluctuated. The report highlights the growing challenge of cybercrime in India and the need for improved investigative processes.

PM Modi Misquoted on Oil Dependency; What He Actually Said Also Untrue

05 Oct 2023  |  www.factchecker.in
ANI and TOI misquoted PM Modi, stating he spoke about oil wells rather than refineries. Modi's actual claim that India has no oil wells is also incorrect, as official records show 34 oil wells in the country. India has 23 oil refineries, contrary to Ballal's claim of 22. The article clarifies the difference between oil wells and refineries and highlights the misreporting and inaccuracies in Modi's statements.

Modi Claims Portuguese Colonised Goa During Mughal Rule in India, But Records Show Otherwise

01 Oct 2023  |  www.factchecker.in
Prime Minister Narendra Modi claimed that the Portuguese colonized Goa during the Mughal rule in India. However, historical records and expert opinions indicate that the Portuguese established their rule in Goa in 1510, while the Mughal Empire was founded in 1526. The article provides a detailed timeline of the Portuguese arrival and establishment in India, contrasting it with the timeline of the Mughal Empire's rise to power.

Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls: Know the numbers from previous elections

01 Oct 2023  |  www.thehindu.com
The upcoming Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections will be held on November 17, 2023, with 5.6 crore electors eligible to vote for 230 seats. The Indian National Congress (INC) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have been the main contenders, with the INC forming the government in 2018 before losing power to the BJP in 2020. The number of electors and voter turnout have increased over the years, with significant improvements in polling percentages among Scheduled Tribe constituencies. The performance of women candidates has been low, with their share never exceeding 10% of the total candidates. Close battles were observed in 30% of the constituencies, indicating strong competition between parties.

UP's Economy Not as Far Behind Before 2017 as Yogi Claims

01 Oct 2023  |  www.factchecker.in
The article disputes Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's claim about the state's economic ranking before 2017. Official records from the Reserve Bank of India and the National Statistical Office show that Uttar Pradesh's Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) was consistently among the top three in the country from 2004-05 to 2016-17. However, from 2017-18 to 2019-20, the state's GSDP slipped to the fourth position at constant prices. In 2020-21, Uttar Pradesh's economy was not the second-largest in the country, contrary to Adityanath's claims. The article highlights the lack of response from the Chief Minister's office for clarification.

Negotiating a life with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

17 Aug 2023  |  www.thehindu.com
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disease affecting motor neurons, leading to muscle atrophy and paralysis. There is no cure, and the average survival time post-diagnosis is three years. Diagnosis is challenging due to the absence of biomarkers and requires detection of motor cell failure in at least two body regions. Caregivers face significant life changes and mental health challenges, with high costs for treatment and care. Infrastructure in India is not wheelchair-friendly, adding to the difficulties. The National Policy for Rare Diseases (NPRD), 2021, in India, offers financial assistance for rare diseases, which includes ALS due to its low prevalence.

Petrol Prices Did Not Rise by Just 5% in Past Year as Petroleum Minister Claimed

07 Apr 2022  |  www.factchecker.in
The article fact-checks the claim made by Petroleum Minister Puri that petrol prices in India rose by only 5% between April 2021 and March 2022. Official data from the Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell shows that prices in major Indian cities rose by at least 12%. Comparisons with other countries reveal discrepancies in Puri's claims, with actual increases being different from those stated. The article uses data from various official sources to provide accurate percentage increases in petrol prices in the USA, Canada, the UK, and Sri Lanka.

Fact check: Did petrol prices rise by only 5% in the past year, as the petroleum minister claims?

05 Apr 2022  |  Scroll.in
Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Hardeep Singh Puri claimed that petrol prices in India rose by only 5% between April 2021 and March 2022, compared to over 50% in other developed countries and Sri Lanka. However, official data from the Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell shows that petrol prices in major Indian cities increased by at least 12% during this period. The article also fact-checks Puri's claims about petrol price increases in the US, Canada, the UK, and Sri Lanka, finding discrepancies in his statements. FactChecker has reached out to Puri for clarification.

Fact-check: Was Amit Shah right that Gujarat saw no Covid-19 deaths in the third wave?

29 Mar 2022  |  Scroll.in
Union Home Minister Amit Shah claimed no deaths occurred in Gujarat during the Covid-19 third wave due to effective vaccination efforts. However, official data from the Union Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and covid19bharat.org contradicts this, showing 699 deaths in Gujarat during the specified period. The article also addresses misquotations by TV9Gujarat and The Indian Express, clarifying that Shah's statement was specific to Gujarat, not all of India.

Explained: India’s record $400 billion exports don’t reveal the full picture

23 Mar 2022  |  Scroll.in
India's goods exports reached a record $400 billion in 2021-22, achieving the target ahead of schedule. However, the trade deficit widened to $176.07 billion due to higher imports, particularly in petroleum and non-petroleum products. Experts suggest that while a trade deficit indicates high demand, it can negatively impact the rupee's valuation and lead to inflation. Despite this, non-merchandise trade surpluses and capital flows help mitigate the overall deficit, reducing the risk of significant rupee depreciation.

India Miffed Over Singapore PM's Remark on Indian Lawmakers: What We Know

18 Feb 2022  |  www.factchecker.in
Singapore PM's comment on the high number of Indian MPs with criminal charges sparked a response from India's MEA, calling the remarks 'uncalled for'. A study by the Association of Democratic Reforms revealed that 43% of Lok Sabha MPs have criminal cases against them, an increase from previous years. The BJP has the highest number of MPs with criminal charges. Reports indicate a significant number of long-pending cases against MPs and MLAs in various courts, with an increasing trend of individuals with criminal antecedents occupying legislative seats.

Fact-checking Adityanath’s claim that UP became the second-largest economy after he came to power

09 Feb 2022  |  scroll.in
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath's claim that the state's economy rose to the second-largest in India after the BJP took power in 2017 is fact-checked and found to be incorrect. Official records show that UP's economy was already ranked second from 2004-’05 to 2010-’11 and third from 2011-’12 to 2020-’21. The Reserve Bank of India's Handbook Of Statistics and data from the National Statistical Office indicate that UP's GSDP did not fall below third position before 2017 and was third or fourth from 2017-2020. In 2020-’21, UP's GSDP was third at constant prices, contradicting Adityanath's claim.

Dharmendra Pradhan Makes Slew of False Claims on UP's Growth

18 Jan 2022  |  www.factchecker.in
The article fact-checks several claims made by Dharmendra Pradhan regarding Uttar Pradesh's development, including housing schemes, tap water connections, women's safety, and the construction of Noida International Airport. It uses official records and data to debunk these claims, showing that Uttar Pradesh does not lead in several areas as claimed. The article highlights discrepancies in the state's progress and challenges the narrative of significant improvement under the current leadership.

Data Gap: India Has an Omicron Wave with 7,000-odd Omicron cases

16 Jan 2022  |  factchecker.in
India is experiencing an Omicron wave with over 7,000 cases, but there is a lack of comprehensive data on the total number of samples undergoing genome sequencing. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has stated that Omicron is the predominant strain, yet public data is scarce. The Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genetics Consortium (INSACOG) has not published detailed bulletins since December 27, 2021, and the last submission of genome sequencing data to GISAID was on January 15, 2022. Experts emphasize the importance of genome sequencing for tracking variants and guiding public health measures, but there is a need for more focused sequencing rather than just increasing numbers without clear outcomes.

Has Tourist Footfall in Varanasi doubled Since 2014 as PM Modi Claims?

14 Dec 2021  |  www.factchecker.in
PM Modi's claim that tourist footfall in Varanasi doubled since 2014 is refuted by official data from Uttar Pradesh's Tourism department, which shows a significant drop in tourist numbers by 2020. The article also clarifies that while Babatpur Airport saw over 30 lakh passengers in 2019-20, this figure is misleading as COVID-19 restrictions only began in March 2020. The data suggests that the actual impact of COVID-19 on travel was not immediate, and the tourism numbers provided by the government are minimum estimates.

All of UP does not get 24-hour electricity as claimed by Piyush Goyal

23 Nov 2021  |  www.factchecker.in
The article disputes Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal's claim that Uttar Pradesh has 24-hour electricity supply, highlighting that many parts of the state experience frequent power outages and some areas remain unelectrified. It provides detailed data on the state's electrification progress from 2017 to 2021, including government efforts under the Saubhagya scheme and survey findings from various organizations. Personal accounts from residents of unelectrified villages underscore the ongoing challenges. The article concludes that despite significant improvements, the claim of uninterrupted electricity supply across the state is inaccurate.

Piyush Goyal claims all of Uttar Pradesh gets 24-hour electricity. Data shows it doesn’t

23 Nov 2021  |  scroll.in
Union minister Piyush Goyal's claim of 24-hour electricity supply in Uttar Pradesh is contradicted by data showing frequent power outages across the state. Despite government efforts under the Saubhagya scheme, significant portions of the population, including an entire village in Etah district, remain without reliable electricity. The National Power Portal's dashboard reveals numerous interruptions in both urban and rural areas, with some towns experiencing outages for over a third of the month. The article includes personal accounts from villagers and statements from officials, indicating ongoing challenges in achieving uninterrupted power supply.

UP Top Officials Claim State is Crime Free, Has Second-Largest Economy in India

17 Nov 2021  |  www.factchecker.in
FactChecker analyzed claims by UP officials regarding the state being crime-free and having the second-largest economy in India. Data from the National Crime Records Bureau and the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation revealed that both claims are misleading. Uttar Pradesh registered a total of 6.57 lakh crimes in 2020, including 6,126 cases of riots, contradicting the crime-free claim. Additionally, UP's Gross State Domestic Product for 2020-21 was lower than that of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra, refuting the claim of having the second-largest economy.

In seven years, 10,552 Indians have been arrested under UAPA – but only 253 convicted

15 Nov 2021  |  Scroll.in
Over seven years, 10,552 individuals were arrested under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) in India, but only 253 were convicted. The law has faced criticism for wrongful arrests and its use to stifle dissent. Data from the National Crime Records Bureau shows a high number of pending cases and a low conviction rate. The article highlights specific instances of alleged misuse, including recent actions by the Tripura police against social media users. Supreme Court judges have also criticized the current form of UAPA, calling for reforms to prevent its misuse.

Ambrane launches the AeroSync Wireless Powerbank which is autographed by Ravindra Jadeja

01 Nov 2021  |  t3india.com
Ambrane, a leading mobile accessories developer in India, has launched a limited edition AeroSync Wireless Powerbank autographed by Indian cricket star Ravindra Jadeja. The powerbank features a 10,000mAh battery, supports both wireless and wired charging, and includes Mag-Safe technology for iPhone 12 and above. It offers 20W fast-charging and multi-layer protection for safe use. Ravindra Jadeja expressed his excitement about the product, aligning its attributes with his own personality.

Has Informal Sector Really Shrunk to 20% as SBI Claims?

01 Nov 2021  |  www.factchecker.in
The State Bank of India's (SBI) research report claims that India's informal economy has shrunk to 15%-20% of the formal GDP, down from 52% in 2018, due to digitisation, GST, and the gig economy. The report uses data from the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation, E-Shram portal, and Kisan Credit Cards to support its findings. However, experts question the validity of these data sources and the methodology used. The article highlights the complexities in defining and measuring the informal sector, with critics arguing that the SBI's estimates may be misleading. The report aims to spark further research and debate on the topic.

UP Minister Claims 95% Indians Don't Need Petrol, But Fuel Prices Affect All

29 Oct 2021  |  www.factchecker.in
A UP minister's claim that 95% of Indians do not need petrol is fact-checked against the backdrop of rising fuel prices and their broad economic impact. The article refutes the minister's statement by highlighting the effects of fuel prices on inflation, agriculture, household spending, and MSMEs. It also corrects the minister's false claim about the doubling of GDP per capita since 2014. Data from credible sources, including the Reserve Bank of India and the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, is used to provide a comprehensive analysis of the situation.

China, and Not India, Was First to Cross 100 crore COVID-19 Vaccine Doses

21 Oct 2021  |  www.factchecker.in
India was not the first country to administer one billion COVID-19 vaccine doses; China achieved this milestone on June 19, 2021, and even crossed the 2-billion mark by August 26, 2021. The article clarifies that Singh was misquoted in a tweet, as he did not claim India was the first to reach this milestone. Data from Our World in Data and Johns Hopkins University supports these findings.

Centre Calls Global Hunger Index 'Unscientific' for Methodology It Didn't Use

20 Oct 2021  |  www.factchecker.in
The article critiques the Indian Ministry of Child and Women Development's claims about the Global Hunger Index (GHI) methodology, stating that the ministry's assertions are misleading and factually incorrect. It clarifies that the GHI does not use Gallup's telephone-based opinion poll for undernourishment estimates but relies on Food Balance Sheet data from the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). The article also addresses the ministry's claims about food distribution under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojna, highlighting discrepancies between the government's statements and actual distribution data.

ASUS ROG releases a brand new 360Hz monitor under its Swift series

01 Oct 2021  |  t3india.com
ASUS Republic of Gamers has announced the ROG Swift 360Hz monitor, the PG259QNR, which will be the official gaming monitor for the DOTA 2 The International 10 tournament in Bucharest, Romania. The monitor features NVIDIA G-Sync and Reflex technologies, a 360Hz refresh rate, and is designed to provide smooth, lag-free visuals with no motion blur or ghosting. It also includes a ROG Desk Mount Kit for space-saving setup.

Nothing raises $50M and partners with Qualcomm

01 Oct 2021  |  t3india.com
Nothing tech raised $50 million from strategic and private investors, including members of the Swedish House Mafia, to invest in research and development for new product categories. The company, led by CEO Carl Pei, aims to disrupt the market with innovative and accessible products. Their first product, ear(1), launched in August 2021, has been a success, shipping over 100,000 units in two months. Nothing has partnered with Qualcomm Technologies to achieve seamless connectivity and drive future growth.

Belkin launches a host of new accessories for iPhone 13 and the new iPad

01 Oct 2021  |  t3india.com
Belkin has launched a new range of accessories for the iPhone 13 series and the new iPad models. The products include screen protectors, magnetic and MagSafe compatible charging accessories, wireless power banks, car mounts, a dual USB-C wall charger, true wireless earbuds, a multimedia hub for iPad, and secure holders for AirTag. The accessories are designed to enhance user experience with features like anti-microbial protection, fast charging, and portability.

AIWA launches multiple new speakers under the MI-X and SB-X series

01 Oct 2021  |  t3india.com
AIWA has launched a new range of hi-fi speakers under the MI-X and SB-X series, targeting audiophiles and music enthusiasts with high-quality, luxury products. The MI-X450 Pro Enigma, MI-X 150 Retro Plus, SB-X350J, SB-X350A, and SB-X30 speakers offer various features such as high-efficiency amplifiers, Bluetooth compatibility, and long battery life. The new speakers are available on Amazon, Reliance Digital Stores, and AIWA's retail partners in India. Ajay Mehta, MD of AIWA India, highlighted the brand's commitment to providing superior music experiences and increasing market share in India.

Fact check: Is Gujarat’s school dropout rate really less than 1%, as PM Modi claimed?

17 Sep 2021  |  scroll.in
Prime Minister Narendra Modi claimed that Gujarat's school dropout rate has decreased to less than 1%, but official government agency reports contradict this statement. The latest available data from 2019-2020 indicates that the dropout rates for primary, upper primary, and secondary levels in Gujarat are not below 1%. The article examines discrepancies in data from different sources, including the Union Ministry of Education’s Department of School Education & Literacy, Gujarat’s Directorate of Primary Education, and Gujarat’s Commissionerate of Schools. It also discusses the data collection methods and the potential reasons for inconsistencies in reported figures. The article concludes that even the lowest reported figures are above 1%, and the PM's office has been contacted for clarification.

Modi Claims Guj's School Dropout Rate Less Than 1%, But Data Doesn't Match

15 Sep 2021  |  factchecker.in
Official reports contradict Indian Prime Minister Modi's claim that Gujarat's school dropout rate is less than 1%. The latest available data from 2019-20 indicates higher dropout rates at various education levels, with primary level at 1%, upper primary at 5.2%, and secondary level at 23.7%. Discrepancies in data are evident among reports from the Union Ministry of Education's UDISE+, Gujarat's Directorate of Primary Education, and Gujarat's Commissionerate of Schools. Mridusmita Bordoloi from the Accountability Initiative suggests that differences in data collection methods and definitions contribute to the inconsistencies.

BJP Claims Centre Set Up 2 Colleges a Day Since 2014, But 74% are Pvt Colleges

11 Sep 2021  |  factchecker.in
The BJP's claim that the Modi-led central government set up two colleges every day since 2014 is misleading, as 74% of the 5,709 new colleges are private and received no initiative from the Centre for their establishment. The Centre's role is limited to the affiliation stage with the UGC. Educationists clarify that state governments play a crucial role in the establishment of colleges. Additionally, the government's claim of increased functional girls' toilets in schools from 89% in 2013 to 97% in 2020 is also misleading, as many of these toilets are non-functional.

OPPO's entry-level TWS Enco Buds sports 24 hours of music playtime

10 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
OPPO has introduced the Enco Buds, an entry-level TWS earbud offering high-quality audio, AI-based call noise cancellation, and a 24-hour battery life. The earbuds feature Bluetooth v5.2, low-latency Game Mode, and intuitive touch controls customizable via the Hey Melody App. Designed for comfort and durability, the Enco Buds are IP54 rated for dust and water resistance, making them suitable for various activities.

Explained: How India registered as many trademarks in four years as it did in the previous 75 years

07 Sep 2021  |  Scroll.in
India has registered nearly as many trademarks in the four years from 2016 to 2020 as it did in the previous 75 years, thanks to a series of reforms and digitization efforts. The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, along with the Trade Marks Office, implemented measures such as hiring additional examiners, reducing the number of forms, and offering concessions to startups. These changes have significantly reduced the time required for trademark registration and increased the number of applications processed. The article highlights the contributions of key figures like Piyush Goyal and Debanjan Chakravarty in these achievements.

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max to hit the stores on October 7!

07 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
Amazon's latest streaming device, the Fire TV Stick 4K Max, will be available from October 7, 2021. It boasts a 40% performance improvement over its predecessor, supports 4K UHD, HDR, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos, and includes a Mediatek MT7921LS Wi-Fi 6 chipset for faster streaming. The device comes with an Alexa Voice remote for easy content search and smart home management. Parag Gupta, Head of Amazon Devices India, highlights the significant increase in video streaming and the enhanced user experience offered by the new device.

Seagate’s FireCuda 530 is a high speed PC gaming SSD

01 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
Seagate has launched the FireCuda 530, a high-speed PC gaming SSD featuring PCIe Gen4 NVMe technology with read speeds up to 7300 MB/s. It includes a Seagate-validated E18 controller and 3D TLC NAND for durability and performance. The SSD offers a 3-year Rescue Data Recovery Service plan and a 5-year limited warranty. Available in India through authorized resellers and Amazon, the FireCuda 530 is priced from INR 10,999 to INR 39,999 depending on the storage capacity and heatsink option.

Acer’s thin and light Swift X features the RTX 3050 GPU and AMD 5000

01 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
Acer has launched the new Swift X laptop, featuring AMD Ryzen 5000-series processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU. The ultraportable laptop boasts a 14-inch FHD IPS display, up to 16GB RAM, and 2TB SSD storage. It includes advanced thermal design, a fingerprint sensor, AI-enhanced noise suppression, and Acer BlueLightShield technology. Priced at Rs. 84,999, it is available on various online and offline platforms. Sudhir Goel, Chief Business Officer of Acer India, highlights the laptop's elegance, performance, and portability.

Fenda Audio’s PA300 is a robust 100W speaker designed to be the life of a party

01 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
Fenda Audio has introduced the F&D PA300, a 100-Watt Bluetooth wireless party speaker system designed for both indoor and outdoor use. The PA300 features multiple inputs, Karaoke mode, and a robust portable body with a trolley system for easy transport. It includes a pair of 7-inch woofers, 2-inch tweeters, a 100-Watt amplifier, and multi-coloured disco lights. The speaker also boasts a 7000mAh battery lasting up to 5 hours, various input options, and an in-built FM Radio. Available at a festive season price of INR 15,999, it comes with a 12-month warranty.

The new Linksys Velop AX4200 WiFi 6 mesh system is now available in India

01 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
Linksys has launched the Velop AX4200 WiFi 6 Mesh System in India, designed to deliver faster speeds and seamless connections for households engaged in distance learning and remote work. Powered by Qualcomm’s 64-bit 1.4 GHz quad-core arm processor, the system can cover 2700 square feet per node and manage over 40 devices per node. It features 4 gigabit Ethernet ports and is part of the Linksys Intelligent Mesh portfolio, which allows for network expansion using any Linksys mesh nodes/router. The product aims to address the increasing WiFi demands at an affordable price, with positive endorsements from Linksys executives.

Yamaha RX-A4A Aventage is a new AV receiver home theatre system that transforms viewing

01 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
Yamaha's new RX-A4A Aventage home-theatre receiver system promises to deliver exceptional audio and visual experiences with its advanced features, including 8K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz support, gaming-dedicated functions, and proprietary sound field creation technology. Powered by the 64-bit Qualcomm QCS407, it supports Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, ensuring professional-quality audio. The system also integrates smart features like Alexa and Google Assistant, and can be controlled via the MusicCast App. Priced at Rs. 1,29,490, the RX-A4A is designed to provide a high-precision, immersive experience.

Representing India, Gamestacy wins selections in two world-class accelerators

01 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
Gamestacy, a mobile game studio, has been selected by two world-class accelerators, Google Games and Newchip, which will provide the company with mentorship and support from industry experts. Founded by Danish Sinha and funded by Sanjay Kumar, Gamestacy aims to create a gaming 'metaverse' with integrated Google programs and an all-in-one optimization tool for company growth. The company also focuses on community safety by preventing cyberbullying with software like Bodyguard AI and designs gender-inclusive games. The selections are seen as a validation of Gamestacy's innovative and commercially viable offerings.

Sony introduces a suitable partner for vloggers

01 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
Sony has launched the Alpha ZV-E10, a compact and portable mirrorless camera optimized for vloggers, featuring a 24.2MP APS-C Exmore CMOS sensor, BIONZ image processing engine, and video-specific functionalities such as 'Background Defocus' and 'Product Showcase Setting'. Weighing 343 grams, it includes a side-opening vari-angle LCD screen, electronic image stabilization, interchangeable lens compatibility, Fast Hybrid AutoFocus, Real-time Eye AF, internal directional 3-capsule mic, and 4K video capabilities. The Alpha ZV-E10 also functions as a high-quality webcam and is available for Rs. 59,940 (body only) or Rs. 69,990 with a 16-50mm power zoom lens.

Xiaomi to rebrand its premium product series from ‘Mi’ to ‘Xiaomi’

01 Sep 2021  |  t3india.com
Xiaomi India announced the rebranding of its premium 'Mi' series products to 'Xiaomi' to unify its global presence and align brand perception with its offerings. The 'Mi' logo will still represent the corporate brand, while 'Redmi' remains unchanged. The new naming convention will apply to TVs, Laptops, and IoT products. Jaskaran Singh Kapany, Head of Marketing at Xiaomi India, cited a positive consumer response and a significant market share in the premium category as reasons for this change. The rebranding aims to bridge the perception gap and propel the brand forward.

Data Dive: How much political parties spent on travel in last 5 years

30 Jun 2021  |  www.factchecker.in
More than half of the Rs 5.96 billion spent on travel by political parties over the last five years was by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), followed by the Indian National Congress (INC), All India Trinamool Congress (AITC), and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP). The Election Commission of India mandated all parties to submit audited reports, and FactChecker analyzed the travel expenditures of 20 political parties from 2015-16 to 2019-20. The BJP accounted for the highest administrative and election travel expenses, with significant inconsistencies noted in their reports. The INC, BSP, and Samajwadi Party also reported substantial election travel expenditures.

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