Not worth the paper it is written on?

 
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 Follow Paper Tigers are facing habitat loss but are thankfully, are still far from extinction!   Everybody writes about Fountain pens. Some even write about inks. But it is seldom that we come across articles about paper, about the surface without which both pen and ink would be… shall we

Manuscript: celebrating the handwritten legacy of Birmingham

 
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 Follow Manuscript Pens – keeping Calligraphy alive, the Birmingham way! This story begins typically. Once upon a time, long, long ago, Birmingham in England, was the centre of the world’s pen trade. The city had earned itself the distinction following John Mitchell pioneering the mass production of steel nibs thereat. 

ASA pens

Dil hai chota sa, choti si ASA.

 
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 Follow There’s nothing chota about the Dil of ASA’s Subramaniam though! L Subramaniam, aka Subbu, aka Anna is one of the most loved names in the fountain pen fraternity. He was born and brought up in Kolkata (near Lake Market and went to the Bhawanipur Education Society College) before shifting

Dr Sovan Roy launches book in the Bhawanipur Education Society College

 
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 Follow  Dr Sovan Roy’s Magnum Opus, Radhika Nath Saha – Unsung Hero of Indian Fountain pen, launched. Eminent scientist, Dr Sovan Roy’s Magnum Opus, “Radhika Nath Saha – Unsung Hero of Indian Fountain pen” was launched in the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) on Friday. The book was formally launched

Fountain Pen Show

Fountain Pen Shows – killing the goose that lays the golden pens?

 
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 Follow Fountain Pen Shows – the season of plenty or one too many? The economic indicators are going south as if there is no tomorrow. Jobs are being lost. Farmers are committing suicides. The Core Sector indices are falling with ceaseless abandon and even the most “optimistic” agree, however grudgingly,