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  • ‘Boudoir,’ Magritte to greet art lovers on art fest’s gala night


    On gala night Oct. 17 of ManilArt Fair at SMEX, SM Aura, Taguig, the "Memory Maker's Boudoir" exhibit at the VIP Lounge will be launched via a performance by multimedia artists representing the Goddess of Memory, Mnemosyne, and her retinue. Opening simultaneously on the third floor of the atrium is a show by the Portrait Artists Society of the Philippines Inc., led by Romulo Galicano. Their paintings will pay homage to Rene Magritte. "Memory Maker's Boudoir" is curated by surrealist Gromyko Semper, with paintings, sculptures and installations by Isobel Francisco, Cozy Cozythrias, Kat Malazarte, Ben John Lincod, Rachel Anne Lacaba, Ginoe Ojoy, JC Peaflorida, Roman Padilla, Hermi...Keep on reading: ‘Boudoir,’ Magritte to greet art lovers on art fest’s gala night

  • LOOK: 2019 Hopefuls 2


    The post LOOK: 2019 Hopefuls 2 appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • PNP lauds PHL election to UN Human Rights Council


    The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Monday lauded the Philippines' election for another three-year term in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).

  • Supporters, surprises bring color to Day 3 of COC filing


    The vicinity of the Commission on Elections' (Comelec) head office at the Palacio del Gobernador in Intramuros, Manila exploded with a riot of colors on Monday as supporters of candidates filing their certificates of candidacy (COCs) tried to upstage one another. As early as 8 a.m., three colors --- black, orange, and white --- already dominated the area. Flaglets and tarpaulins added color as well. As more supporters arrive, blocking roads surrounding the main office of the Comelec, more colors were added to the scene. Drumbeats and loud cheers echo the crowd's excitement. Supporters clad in black first flocked to the area early in the morning to prepare for the arrival of sena...Keep on reading: Supporters, surprises bring color to Day 3 of COC filing

  • 3 million Afghans in 'urgent' need of food – U.N.


    KABUL, Afghanistan – At least 3 million Afghans are in "urgent" need of food and could face famine if they do not get help, the United Nations warned Monday, October 15, as the war-torn country battles the worst drought in living memory. A dry spell mainly across northern and western Afghanistan ...

  • Six dead as heavy storms hit southwestern France


    TOULOUSE, France: At least six people died after heavy storms swamped parts of southwestern France, flooding rivers and cutting roads, officials said Monday. The Aude department, which includes the fortress city of Carcassonne, was particularly badly hit. One woman was swept to her death by rising waters in the Aude village of Villardonnel, and at [...] The post Six dead as heavy storms hit southwestern France appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • PH Volcanoes barge into prestigious Hong Kong Sevens


    MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Volcanoes secured a berth in the 2019 Hong Kong Sevens following a bronze-medal finish in the 2018 Asia Sevens Series in Sri Lanka this weekend.  The Nationals fell short of clinching a final seat following a 12-19 loss to Hong Kong in the semifinals but didn't ...

  • Duterte orders AFP, PNP to be neutral in 2019 elections


    Duterte indicated that he would endorse and campaign for certain candidates but those in the armed forces should not. "Wala tayong susuportahan. Yung mga kandidato ko, ako lang," Duterte said.

  • Lino Cayetano to face Cerafica in Taguig


    Former Taguig City representative Lino Cayetano on Monday filed his certificate of candidacy (CoC) for mayor, according to his wife, Fille Cainglet-Cayetano. “It is so inspiring to see you follow your call to service,” Cainglet said in a post on social media. Cayetano would slug it out with Pateros-Taguig Rep. Arnel Cerafica who filed his [...] The post Lino Cayetano to face Cerafica in Taguig appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Trump sends top diplomat to Saudi Arabia over missing journalist


    WASHINGTON, USA – US President Donald Trump said Monday, October 15, he is sending his top diplomat to Saudi Arabia after Saudi King Salman told him in a phone call that he has no idea what happened to missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi. "Just spoke to the King of Saudi Arabia who ...

  • Ex-Comelec chair Brillantes questions COC item on perpetual disqualification


    Former Commission on Elections chairman Sixto Brillantes has questioned the item in the Comelec's certificate of candidacy form as regards being found liable for an offense that carries the penalty of disqualification from holding public office.

  • Fuel excise tax, #PHVote, Meghan Markle | Evening wRap


    Today on Rappler: President Rodrigo Duterte will suspend the second round of higher excise tax on fuel under the Train Law, in response to soaring inflation. Former interior secretary Mar Roxas will be running for senator in the 2019 elections. The Binay vs Binay battle for Makati City mayor is on. Reelectionists and neophytes flock to Comelec ...

  • Koreas agree to break ground on inter-Korean railroad


    SEOUL, South Korea --- North and South Korea continued their push for peace Monday with high-level talks that resulted in a host of agreements, including a plan by the rivals for a groundbreaking ceremony this year on an ambitious project to connect their railways and roads. The agreements come amid unease in Washington over the speed of inter-Korean engagement. Many outsiders believe that US-led efforts to rid North Korea of its nuclear-tipped missiles are lagging significantly behind the Koreas' efforts to move past decades of bitter rivalry. There was also controversy over a decision by South Korea's Unification Ministry to block a North Korean defector-turned-reporter from ...Keep on reading: Koreas agree to break ground on inter-Korean railroad

  • Poe: 2016 loss was ‘heartbreaking’


    As her re-election bid looms, Senator Grace Poe on Monday acknowledged that her defeat in the 2016 presidential elections caused her some heartbreak.

  • Trial beginning on suit alleging Harvard admissions bias


    BOSTON --- One side says Harvard University's admissions process unfairly excludes academically talented Asian-Americans in favor of students from other races. Harvard denies any discrimination and says it considers race as only one of many factors as they select from thousands of applicants a year. Now, the case is going to trial . Opening statements are scheduled Monday in federal court in Boston in the lawsuit brought by Virginia-based Students for Fair Admissions. The case carries implications for many other colleges that also say they consider race to admit a diverse mix of students. /ee...Keep on reading: Trial beginning on suit alleging Harvard admissions bias

  • Ateneo students file sexual harassment case vs professor


    MANILA, Philippines – The Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU) student council on Monday, October 15, filed a case with the university against a longtime male professor who has allegedly sexually harassed several students. Sanggunian ng mga Paaralang Loyola ng Ateneo de Manila president Hyacenth Bendaña confirmed this in a message to ...

  • Turkey says joint ’inspection’ planned at Saudi Consulate


    ISTANBUL --- Turkey and Saudi Arabia are expected to conduct a joint "inspection" on Monday of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, nearly two weeks after the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, Turkish authorities said. The announcement from an official at Turkey's Foreign Ministry comes as international concern continues to grow over the writer who vanished on a visit to the consulate on Oct. 2. American lawmakers have threatened tough punitive action against the Saudis, and Germany, France and Britain jointly called for a "credible investigation" into Khashoggi's disappearance. The Foreign Ministry official spoke on condition of anonymity in line with gov...Keep on reading: Turkey says joint ’inspection’ planned at Saudi Consulate

  • Bangladesh editors protest 'anti-press' digital law


    DHAKA, Bangladesh – Bangladeshi newspaper ...

  • Taiwan invites pope to visit after historic China deal


    TAIPEI, Taiwan --- Taiwan has invited Pope Francis to visit the island in a move aimed at deepening ties with the Vatican after the Holy See signed a historic deal with Beijing. Vice president Chen Chien-jen made the invitation during an audience with the pope ahead of the canonization of Pope John Paul VI on Sunday, Taiwan's presidential office said in a statement. Pope Francis asked Chen to send his greetings to President Tsai Ing-wen and "indicated that he would pray for Taiwan", the statement added. In footage aired on local TV, Chen told reporters that the pope "smiled" when he was invited to visit Taiwan. The presidential office said they had no further detail on his respo...Keep on reading: Taiwan invites pope to visit after historic China deal

  • Duterte appoints De Vera as CHED chairman


    MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte has appointed Prospero De Vera III as chairman of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), a position he will hold until July 2022. Prior to this appointment, De Vera was CHED officer-in-charge  for nearly 9 months. He assumed the OIC post upon the resignation of ...

  • Hontiveros, De Lima point out lack of competition in PHL’s re-election to UNHRC


    Senator Risa Hontiveros and Senator Leila De Lima on Monday separately criticized the "hypocrisy'" of the Duterte administration in lauding the country's re-election to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) and  such event.

  • Unfriend: Thai junta leader flooded with negative comments on FB


    BANGKOK, Thailand – An onslaught of negative feedback flooded the official Facebook page of Thailand's premier Prayut Chan-O-Cha a day after it was launched over the weekend, backfiring on the junta leader's attempts to get "suggestions" on the social media platform. As Thailand counts down to much-anticipated elections following 4 years ...

  • Her party-list linked to pork barrel scam? Mocha calls out ‘terrorist sympathizers’ in Congress


    Told that the party-list group that nominated her was linked to Janet Lim Napoles' pork barrel scam, Uson said all groups were tainted and called out communists in the House of Representatives.

  • Pace of dollar remittance growth continues to ease; up 2.4% in Jan-Aug 2018


    The amount of dollars sent home by expatriate Filipinos rose further in the first eight months of the year, but data from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) also showed a worrisome trend of tapering growth in recent months for remittances, a key leg of the country's economy. In a statement, BSP Deputy Govenor Cyd Tuao-Amador said personal remittances from overseas Filipinos increased by 2.4 percent year-on-year to reach $21.2 billion in the first eight months of 2018. The central bank's data revealed that the monthly rise in the cumulative amounts of remittances this year have been moderating, compared to monthly data for the same periods last year --- a phenomenon which the cen...Keep on reading: Pace of dollar remittance growth continues to ease; up 2.4% in Jan-Aug 2018

  • Simona Halep secures second year-end No. 1 ranking


    PARIS, France – Simona Halep has secured the year-end No. 1 ranking in the WTA standings for the second year running. The Romanian spent 40 weeks at No. 1 in 2018, a season that saw her win 3 titles from a tour-leading 6 final appearances, amassing a 46-11 win-loss record. This year, ...

  • Same sex penguin couple becomes first in Australia to foster an egg


    [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIKzoCbbmLg[/embed] A male same-sex penguin couple at a Sydney aquarium became the first in Australia to nurture a foster egg during this year's breeding season. Sea Life Sydney Aquarium said on Oct. 12 that Sphen and Magic, or Sphengic, had become "inseparable" before the breeding season and started collecting pebbles to create a nest, much like other couples do to keep their eggs warm. In order to keep them involved, keepers first gave the pair a dummy egg, but seeing as they "were absolute naturals and displayed great excitement caring for their egg," they gave them a real egg from another couple for a taste of parenthood. JB RELATED ...Keep on reading: Same sex penguin couple becomes first in Australia to foster an egg

  • NOW Corp blames DICT's Rio for drop in shares, eyes charges


    MANILA, Philippines – The messy spat between publicly-listed firm NOW Corporation and Information and Communications Technology Secretary Eliseo Rio Jr raged on, with the former leaning toward more legal battles. In a statement released on Monday, October 15, NOW Corporation linked the dip in its share prices to Rio's statements ...

  • WATCH: Man swims through flooded field to save stranded horses


    A man whose horses were trapped in a flooded field during Storm Callum in Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom on Oct. 13 did not hesitate to jump into the water and lead the animals to safety. Becky Eardley shared video and photos via Facebook of Gareth Silcox, swimming through what was once a field, leading one of his horses who had been trapped by a fence back to safety. [embed]https://www.facebook.com/becky.eardley.9/videos/10157838994307619/[/embed] After the horse and Silcox made it back to dry ground safely, the exhausted animal was reunited with his friend, waiting for him in a nearby trailer. JB RELATED STORIES: WATCH: Cops 'detain' goats found fighting in str...Keep on reading: WATCH: Man swims through flooded field to save stranded horses

  • Duterte says relief goods should not be given to local officials


    MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte ordered national government officials not to course relief goods through local government executives and instead give them directly to Filipinos in order to avoid mixing politics with humanitarian assistance. "To make it fair, level the playing field, kayo mismo taga national, huwag ...

  • Moby to publish second memoir ‘Then It Fell Apart’


    Moby will continue telling his life story in a second memoir that is slated to be published in May. Titled "Then It Fell Apart," the new book is described as "a journey into the dark heart of fame and the demons that lurk beneath the bling and bluster of celebrity lifestyle." The new volume is the sequel to "Porcelain," Moby's 2016 memoir in which he covered his life from 1989-1999, reflecting on the underground hip-hop and house music scenes of the late 1980s, the rise of rave culture and club kids, and a changing New York City. That story wrapped up the year when Moby released his star-making album "Play." Suddenly, reads the description of the upcoming sequel: "...Keep on reading: Moby to publish second memoir ‘Then It Fell Apart’

  • Justice Bernabe applies for chief justice


    MANILA, Philippines – Supreme Court Associate Justice Estela Perlas-Bernabe has confirmed her nomination to the position of chief justice, Justice Secretary Menardo Guebarra, a member of the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC), said on Monday, October 15. Guevarra said that Associate Justice Andres Reyes Jr also confirmed ...

  • Roxas mulls political comeback in 2019 after ‘examination of conscience’


    Hello again. Hello again. Posted by Mar Roxas on Monday, 15 October 2018 FORMER Interior secretary Manuel “Mar” Roxas 2nd announced on Monday that he was considering a political comeback after undergoing “examination of conscience and discernment.” “These past few weeks I’ve had to undergo one of the most difficult exams ever: examination of conscience, and [...] The post Roxas mulls political comeback in 2019 after ‘examination of conscience’ appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • LOOK: E-trike, modern vehicles for the 'new' Boracay


    MANILA, Philippines – When top tourist destination Boracay is reopened to the public, new forms of transportation will also be on its streets. On Monday, October 15, the government partially opened Boracay to locals for a dry run of the soft launch on October 26. The island was  ordered closed  for ...

  • Former TV exec admits life ‘going down the drain’ after ‘malicious’ sexual harassment raps


    A former television executive of a network giant accused of sexually harassing a colleague admitted that her life was “going down the drain” after she was painted as a “sexual predator.” Cheryl Favila, along with Maricar Asprec, of ABS-CBN is facing a complaint of sexual harassment, which entertainment reporter Gretchen Fullido filed before the Quezon [...] The post Former TV exec admits life ‘going down the drain’ after ‘malicious’ sexual harassment raps appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • ITCZ to trigger rain in parts of PH on October 16


    What's the weather like in your area? Report the situation through Rappler's  Agos  or tweet us at  @rapplerdotcom . MANILA, Philippines – The intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) will bring rain to parts of the country on Tuesday, October 16. The ITCZ is a belt near the equator where the trade ...

  • Comelec exec quits after ‘girl in bikini’ appears on computer in review of 2019 poll software


    AN official of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Monday tendered his resignation as chairman of a technical committee tasked to review a software program for the elections in 2019 after an inappropriate image appeared on his computer during a presentation over the weekend in one of the universities in Manila. “I regret but I have [...] The post Comelec exec quits after ‘girl in bikini’ appears on computer in review of 2019 poll software appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Army command turnover delayed as Duterte went to Comelec for Bong Go


    MANILA, Philippines – As President Rodrigo Duterte accompanied his former aide Bong Go in filing his certificate of candidacy at the Commission on Elections in Manila, another ceremony was waiting for his presence—the turnover of command for the new chief of the Philippine Army in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig. The Army ceremony on Monday, ...

  • Koreas agree to break ground on inter-Korean railroad


    SEOUL: North and South Korea continued their push for peace on Monday with high-level talks that resulted in a host of agreements, including a plan by the rivals for a groundbreaking ceremony this year on an ambitious project to connect their railways and roads. The agreements come amid unease in Washington over the speed of [...] The post Koreas agree to break ground on inter-Korean railroad appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Calvin Abueva fined for flashing dirty finger


    MANILA, Philippines – Apparently, Calvin Abueva's flashing of his middle finger didn't escape the PBA's eyes. The Phoenix forward will be made to pay a total of P10,000 fine after "foisting a dirty finger" during back-to-back games against NLEX and San Miguel last October 10 and 12, respectively.  He was slapped ...

  • What’s in a name? A lot if you’re ‘Estrada JV’


    REELECTIONIST Senator Jose Victor “JV” Ejercito on Monday filed his certificate of candidacy (COC) for senator using “Estrada JV” as nickname or stage name — a move that could fuel the simmering sibling rivalry between him and half-brother and former senator Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada. Ejercito’s use of Estrada as a nickname will have a negative impact [...] The post What’s in a name? A lot if you’re ‘Estrada JV’ appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Exercise, recipe videos coming to a Grab ride near you


    MANILA, Philippines – Exercise videos and recipe videos are coming soon to Grab rides in the Philippines.  Singapore-based out-of-home advertising firm IDOOH International and fitness-oriented tech company Active8me are partnering with Grab to provide in-vehicle screens that show instructional fitness videos and recipe videos. It aims to promote wellness and ...

LOCAL NEWS

SAPUL SA CCTV: Tangkang pag-agaw ng cellphone sa QC

Nakuhanan ng CCTV ang tangkang paghablot ng nakamotorsiklong snatcher sa cellphone ng isang lalaki sa Barangay Bagong Lipunan, Quezon City.

SPORTS NEWS

UCBL: TIP clobbers St. Joseph

Games Thursday 12 noon – PCU-D vs TIP 2 p.m. – SJC-B vs CEU Technological Institute of the Philippines used one big scoring run in the opening quarter and p ...

UAAP: FEU's Cani at a loss to explain letdown game agai ...

For the second time in UAAP Season 81, Far Eastern University suffered a tough loss at the hands of its traditional rival, University of Santo Tomas.

TECHNOLOGY

IRRI secures funding to fight climate change

The world's largest collection of rice varieties has secured indefinite funding in what officials say will be crucial for the development of seeds res ...

Protecting nature the best way to keep planet cool -- r ...

The best--and fairest--way to cap global warming is to empower indigenous forest peoples, reduce food waste and slash meat consumption, an alliance of ...

BUSINESS

HEALTH AND FITNESS

ENTERTAINMENT

Gerald Anderson, suportado si Bea Alonzo sa bagong peli ...

"Nakaka-excite. Ang ganda trailer pa lang."

Masarap kasama si Maine—Arjo

GINULAT nina Maine Mendoza at Arjo Atayde ang publiko nang makitang magkasama silang nagmeryenda sa isang restaurant sa Makati City, base sa nasulat sa PEP.

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