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No More Prepaid Load Validity : Isinusulong Ng Bagong Henerasyon Party-list

Ipinaaabot ni Bagong Henerasyon Party-list Rep. Bernadette “BH” Herrera-Dy sa administrastyong Duterte na ipabasura na ang kautusang nagbibigay ng validity period sa prepaid loads. Aniya, ang National Telecommunications Commission’s Memorandum Circular 03-07-2009 ay lalo lamang nagpapahirap sa mga Pinoy na gumagamit [...]

August 23, 2016 Business, Headlines, News, Technology, What The Papers Say
Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin Takes A Rest Resulting To Cancellation Of Some Of Her Performances

Aretha Franklin is canceling some of her upcoming concerts to rest up. The 74-year-old singer Aretha Franklin, said in a statement that “due to doctors’ orders I will have to cancel a few concerts for the next month or so,” [...]

August 23, 2016 Celebrity, Entertainment, News, What The Papers Say, World
tustado sa electric pump

Kelot, tustado sa electric pump

tustado sa electric pump – Patay ang isang 55-anyos na lalaki matapos makuryente habang nag-aayos ng electric pump sa loob ng gas plant sa Brgy. Magnuang, Batac City sa nasabing lalawigan kahapon, August 22. Kinilala ng Batac City Police Station [...]

August 23, 2016 News
Bar Brawl

Bar Brawl: Man Bites Off Bartender’s Finger

Police are searching for a man who bit off a bartender’s finger during a bar brawl. It said that the man was kicked out of a San Francisco bar at closing time. Officer Carlos Manfredi said that the suspect had [...]

August 23, 2016 News, Trending News, What The Papers Say, World

Mindanao Attracts Investment Opportunities For American Businesses

American businesses are in the country to explore investment opportunities in the Philippines. They are looking for especially in Mindanao Trade Industry. “It’s really challenging times around the world, but the Philippines is one of the growth stories and one [...]

August 22, 2016 Business, News

Hundreds Of Flights Grounded As Typhoon Nears Japan

On Monday,nearly 400 flights were grounded due to heavy rain and strong winds. A powerful typhoon was on course for a direct hit on Tokyo, Japan.  Strong typhoon Mindulle was expected to make landfall around noon, moving upwards from the Tokyo, [...]

August 22, 2016 News, What The Papers Say, World

S. Korea-US Military Drill Shadowed By N. Korea Threats

South Korean forces and US troops began a military exercise simulating an all-out North Korean attack, as Pyongyang threatened a pre-emptive strike on forces participating in the drill. The two-week annual Ulchi Freedom exercise is largely computer-simulated, but still involves [...]

August 22, 2016 Headlines, News, What The Papers Say
drug test

Drug Test Sa Mga Artistang Pinoy, Isinusulong Na Ng FAMAS

Isinusulong ng Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) sa pangunguna ni president Eloy Padua  na sumalang na sa drug test ang mga artista sa PDEA. Matapos lumabas ang report na mayroong mga kliyenteng artista ang naarestong DJ na si [...]

August 22, 2016 Entertainment, Headlines, News, What The Papers Say

PHP250-M Savings Of The Comelec For The Procurement Of Paper Rolls For Official Ballots In The Oct. 31 Barangay and SK polls

PHP250 million was the estimated savings of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) for the procurement of the paper rolls to be used as official ballots in the forthcoming Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) polls.   According to Comelec–Printing Committee head Genevieve [...]

August 21, 2016 Headlines, News, Politics, What The Papers Say
bomb attacks in Turkey

Three Bomb Attacks Unleashed In Turkey Killing 11 People and Nearly 300 Injured

Three bomb attacks in Turkey were unleashed last Thursday targeting Turkish security forces in the east of the country. Killing 11 people and nearly 300 others wounded, authorities said. Turkish officials blame the banned militant group Kurdistan Worker’s Party, or [...]

August 19, 2016 Headlines, News, World