FOUNTAIN PENS OF THE WORLD
2020 wine round-up: From Bordeaux to California Reds, some of the best spirits we tasted this year
A great wine experience often goes beyond what’s in the glass.
Get me Meacham! Joe Biden brings back the media’s good old days
Joe Biden has been around so, so long that many people may assume he has an e...
Fountain pen, silver pocket watch of composer Wladyslaw Szpilman up for auction in Poland
The Omega watch was mentioned in a touching passage...
Amar Chitra Katha and Asterix comics make it to Nikhil Ranjan's guilty, reading pleasures
The William Penn MD spent nearly five years tracking down 'Fountain Pens of the World' by Andreas Lambrou.
LAMY MD thinks handwritten notes a part of human tradition, have more value than digital messages
Thomas Trapp believes writing can display an individual's emotion and personality.
Pens, jackets, and more: The best non-car stuff to buy from Bentley, Porsche, and BMW
Mercedes has long partnered with Miami-based Cigarette Racing to make some of the world’s fastest water vehicles.
The end of an era! Mumbai's iconic Strand book store pulls its shutters down after 70 yrs
Strand had footfalls from India’s top journalists, thinkers and writers, many of whom found their reading lists here.
Here’s Everything You Didn’t Know about the fun you can have in Macao
Discover the list of ‘favourites’ from the travel bloggers, who took a trip to Macao, which you simply cannot miss while you’re right here in the midst at this enchanting destination.
Ministry of cool: These heads of states surely know how to be fashionable
Heads of states cannot be OTT with their style, but some tasteful indulgence adds to their aura.
Has Wall Street been tamed? Fines, job cuts and anger take toll
Wall Street has long prided itself as a hotbed of innovation, today it’s ensnared in a web of rules to prevent bankers from once again threatening the world.
Technology and Change
In 1983, 14 years after the introduction of the first quartz watch, mechanical watches, along with the Swiss Jura community of watchmakers who built them, were thought to be “dead”.
Luxury giant Richemont says net profit up 3.0% despite slowing China sales
Swiss-based luxury giant Richemont on Thursday said its net profit rose by 3.0 per cent in its financial 2013-2014 despite falling sales.
Import substitution masked under security concerns still won’t work
Reinforced by major additional reforms in the late 1990s and early 2000s, growth of the GDP and trade saw a massive shift.
Wit and charm were traits of Dr Abid Hussain, one of India’s first practitioners of economic reforms
On June 21, 2012, precisely a year to the day after Suresh Tendulkar passed away, India lost another of its leading light of economic reforms, Dr Abid Hussain.
Montblanc: Watch gets mightier than pen as company shifts focus
"In the next five years or so, watches have the chance to become bigger than writing instruments," CEO Lutz Bethge said in an interview.