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Now, Air India executive pilots come out in support of striking colleagues
The crisis in national carrier Air India worsened on Sunday with its executive pilots coming out in support of the striking pilots. ANI

ADB provides loan for Bangladesh's cleaner brick kiln project
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is providing 50 million U.S. dollars in loans to help improve the environment by financing more energy-efficient brick kilns in Bangladesh. ANI

Pak textile body chief says one-way traffic for Indian imports unacceptable
All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) Chairman Mohsin Aziz has advised real caution while deciding on trade with India, adding that one-way traffic is unacceptable. ANI

Capitalizing on the Emerging Markets
The US economy is showing signs of growth, but there is plenty of internal and external risk factors to keep Chief Investment Officers (CIOs) of foundations and endowments at guard, says Christian Menegatti, Managing Director & Head of Global Economic Research, Roubini Global Economics ACN Newswire

Jet Li Joins Thousands of Asia's Youth on One-day Blitz Build Challenge
Today, martial arts movie star Jet Li joins around 4,000 young Habitat for Humanity volunteers laying bricks, mixing cement and wielding hammers to help more than 500 families in China, India, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand in just one day ACN Newswire

Canaccord Genuity Initiates Coverage on AutoCanada Inc (TSX:ACQ) - Video Summary Posted on www.InvestmentPitch.com
Investment firm Canaccord Genuity, initiates coverage on AutoCanada Inc (TSX:ACQ). Analyst Derek Dley gave the company a buy rating and a price target of $13.50, a 27% premium to the $10.60 price on the day the report was issued last week.InvestmentPitch.com has produced a "video news alert" about AutoCanada based on this report. If this link is not enabled, please visit www ACN Newswire

Dr. Robert Carlson of Sarasota, Florida Introduces Stop-It(TM) -- A Revolutionary New Method of Stopping Sugar Cravings
Heart surgeon and preventative health physician, Dr. Robert Carlson, has created a new chewable herbal lozenge designed to reduce sugar cravings and curb sugar addiction. MarketWire

DelSolar Co., Ltd. Advances Solar Cell Production Capabilities Using Despatch's Environmentally Friendly DriTech(TM) Dryer
Despatch Industries, a leading technology and equipment provider for the solar industry, and DelSolar Co., Ltd, a company dedicated to the research, development and production of high-quality solar cells, modules and PV systems, are pleased to announce that DelSolar will be upgrading one of their high-volume solar cell production lines with Despatch's new, patent-pending DriTech™ dryer MarketWire

Pratt & Whitney Canada Congratulates Embraer on Delivery of 300 Phenom Business Jets
Embraer announced recently that it has delivered its 300th Phenom business jet, an impressive milestone for an aircraft that entered into service only in 2008. The Phenom 100 and 300 business jets are powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada's (P&WC) PW617F-E and the PW535E engines, respectively. P&WC is a United Technologies Corp. company (NYSE: UTX). MarketWire

Pratt & Whitney Canada Invests in Service Capability and Delivers Results for Business Aviation
Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) continues to invest in its industry-leading customer service capability, ensuring the company remains on top with the most extensive support resources to operators in the business aviation segment MarketWire

Pratt & Whitney Canada's FAST(TM) Technology Delivers Automated Aircraft and Engine Trend Monitoring and Diagnostics Bringing Unmatched Dispatch Availability
Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) has launched a new diagnostic solution that automatically acquires, stores and transmits engine and aircraft performance data MarketWire

Oracle Chairman's $50 Million Gift to UC Santa Barbara Supports Technology Innovation and Advances the Frontiers of Energy Efficiency
Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) MarketWire

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