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  • Retired police general Maganto dies at 70

    CITY OF MALOLOS---Retired police general Romeo Maganto died from an ailment on Saturday (June 16), according to a belated report on Monday (June 18). He was 70. His remains lie in state at his home in Barangay (village) San Pedro in Bustos town. Bustos municipal government information officer Arnel Tolentino said the remains will be brought to Manila on Tuesday (June 19), according to Arnel Tolentino, Bustos information officer. The late general became controversial for his tough stance on crime when he ran the Western Police District in the 1980s. Maganto will be buried on Sunday (June 25) in Manila. The family ...Keep on reading: Retired police general Maganto dies at 70

  • Duterte defends saying Boracay locals could sell land reform lots to big businesses

    President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday defended his remark that potential beneficiaries of his land reform plan for Boracay could sell their lots to big businesses.

  • Seo Kang-joon talks about being a robot in ‘Are You Human?’

    Seo Kang-joon talked about playing the role of a robot in the ongoing drama "Are You Human?" during a recent photo shoot with a local magazine, K-Pop Herald reports. The drama, which premiered June 4, centers around Nam Shin, a third-generation chaebol heir who falls into a coma following an accident, and his mother who creates a robot duplicate of him called Nam Shin III. Seo plays both the sick man and the robot. "It was hard to play the robot convincingly, as there was a scarcity of references and the role was methodically different from what I've done before," he said. "While it was really exciting to read the script, I've gone through plenty of ups and downs i...Keep on reading: Seo Kang-joon talks about being a robot in ‘Are You Human?’

  • China no pushover, Duterte says

    President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday repeated his assertion not to challenge China's military's might in an effort to defend the Philippines' economic rights to some areas in the South China Sea.

  • Wes Anderson-curated exhibition in Vienna teased at Art Basel

    At Art Basel, which concluded on Sunday, the Vienna tourism board offered visitors a sneak preview of an exhibition in which director Wes Anderson will display his favorite objects from the city's Kunsthistorisches Museum. The American filmmaker and his wife, Juman Malouf, an author and costume designer, were together invited to browse through more than four million objects from the collection of the art history museum, both its public displays and its labyrinthine storage rooms, and choose their favorites. The resulting exhibition, "Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf: The Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and Other Treasures," will be the latest in a series of shows that began with proje...Keep on reading: Wes Anderson-curated exhibition in Vienna teased at Art Basel

  • Supreme Court to hear arguments on same-sex marriage Tuesday, June 19, 2018

    The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday will hear oral arguments on a lawyer's petition seeking same-sex marriage in the Philippines.

  • Swiss Guards to get place of honor during pope’s Swiss trip

    VATICAN CITY --- The Vatican's Swiss Guards are getting a place of honor in Pope Francis' upcoming day trip to their native Switzerland. The Vatican said Monday that the head of the world's oldest standing army, Cmdr. Christoph Graf, has been invited to join the pope's official delegation, a far more relaxing assignment than he usually has helping guard the pope on foreign trips. In addition, two former Swiss Guards in full uniform will greet the pope Thursday on the tarmac in Geneva, while a third former guard, Gautier Porot, has been organizing the trip locally. Francis is going to Geneva to mark the 70th anniversary of the foundation of the World Council of Churches, a fellow...Keep on reading: Swiss Guards to get place of honor during pope’s Swiss trip

  • Why the Jeff Chan trade is a game changer for Ginebra

    MANILA, Philippines – Struggling to find its footing in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup, Barangay Ginebra altered its trajectory with a momentum-building 104-84 victory over rival Magnolia in the latest installment of Manila Clasico last Sunday, June 17. Led by 35 points from super import Justin Brownlee and 22 points from ...

  • 4 ERC officials petition CA to nullify suspension order from Ombudsman

    Four commissioners of the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) on Monday asked the Court of Appeals to nullify the three-month suspension order imposed on them by the Office of the Ombudsman. In a 41-page petition, ERC Commissioners Alfredo S. Non, Gloria Victoria C. Yap-Taruc, Josefina Patricia M. Asirit and Geronimo D. Sta. Ana also urged the appeals court to issue a restraining order agaisnt the suspension order while their petition is pending. The commissioners were suspended after being found guilty of simple misconduct for allegedly allowing the commingling of the bill deposit with the capital or operation cost of Meralco despite its finding that they are not criminally liable ...Keep on reading: 4 ERC officials petition CA to nullify suspension order from Ombudsman

  • ‘China is no pushover’ — Duterte

    “CHINA is no pushover,” President Rodrigo Duterte said on Monday, as he reiterated that war was never an option whenever the Philippines would assert its rightful claims in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). In his speech during the 120th anniversary celebration of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Duterte again indicated that the country would [...] The post ‘China is no pushover’ — Duterte appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Duterte's cursing is affecting the youth, experts say

    MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte's constant cursing during speeches is affecting the youth, experts said on Monday, June 18, as an activist nun said the chief executive should be more mindful of how he conducts himself.  At the weekly Tapatan sa Aristocrat forum in Manila, former St Scholastica's College ...

  • IBP says Duterte’s verbal order vs. tambay not a basis for arrest

    President Rodrigo Duterte's verbal order for the police to go after loiterers or "mga tambay" is not enough basis for the arrest of bystanders in the country's streets, the president of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines has said.

  • Associate Justice Martires not fit to be Ombudsman, group tells JBC

    A group of religious workers on Monday formally filed their opposition against Ombudsman aspirant Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Martires. "The Constitution provides that the Ombudsman should have recognized probity in which had been administered as a high standard; in fact, adhere to the highest principles and ideals as per having strong moral principles, honesty, and decency. Hence, Mr. Martires had failed to meet the certain standard," read the letter undersigned by the concerned Catholic priests, Evangelical pastors, and theological teachers," read the six-page opposition letter addressed to Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio, w...Keep on reading: Associate Justice Martires not fit to be Ombudsman, group tells JBC

  • Prince Harry told Meghan’s dad to ‘give Trump a chance’ – interview

    LONDON: Meghan Markle’s father Thomas on Monday said that new son-in-law Prince Harry had urged him to give President US Donald Trump “a chance” in comments likely to cause discomfort for the royal family. Thomas Markle told ITV’s Good Morning Britain (GMB) that Harry had said “give Donald Trump a chance,” adding: “I sort of [...] The post Prince Harry told Meghan’s dad to ‘give Trump a chance’ – interview appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Koreas discuss joint teams at Asian Games

    SEOUL, South Korea – The two Koreas on Monday, June 18, discussed forming unified teams for the upcoming Asian Games in Indonesia to extend the burgeoning diplomacy on the peninsula that took off at the Winter Olympics. At their historic summit in April, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South ...

  • DFA: No Filipinos hurt in magnitude 5.9 Japan quake

    The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said it has not received reports of Filipino casualties after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck Japan on Monday. At the same time, the Philippines expressed its condolences to Japanafter three people were killed and dozens were injured during the tremor. READ:Strong quake near Osaka, Japan, kills 3, knocks over walls "We express our condolences to the Government of Japan over the loss of lives in this morning's earthquake in the Kansai Region," Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter S. Cayetano said. "We hope and pray that loss of lives and damage to property would be minimal," he added. &nbs...Keep on reading: DFA: No Filipinos hurt in magnitude 5.9 Japan quake

  • Audi boss arrested in diesel probe

    FRANKFURT AM MAIN: Audi chief executive Rupert Stadler was arrested Monday in connection with parent company Volkswagen’s “dieselgate” emissions cheating scandal, with prosecutors saying they feared he might try to destroy evidence. The dramatic development comes a week after Munich prosecutors raided Stadler’s home, accusing him of fraud and the falsification of documents that allowed [...] The post Audi boss arrested in diesel probe appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • LOOK: Donovan Mitchell holds mini-clinic, attends PBA’s Manila Clasico

    MANILA, Philippines – The Spida is in Manila! Donovan Mitchell, the reigning NBA Slam Dunk Champion and super rookie of the Utah Jazz, visited the Philippines for the first time to promote his shoe brand and have a meet-and-greet with some lucky Pinoy fans last Sunday, June 17. The 21-year old got ...

  • Sister Patricia Fox vows to continue missionary work in PH

    While the Department of Justice (DOJ) has granted her appeal to get her missionary visa back, Australian missionary Sister Patricia Fox still has to face the deportation proceedings against her. But the 71-year old nun, who has been in the Philippines for more than 27 years, vowed on Monday to continue doing missionary work for the indigenous peoples, the urban poor and the oppressed farmers in the country. "I will continue [doing missionary work] because that's the expression of my mission," Fox told reporters at Quiapo Church hours after the DOJ issued a favorable ruling on the revocation of her missionary visa. "For me, its the mandate of the Church," the 71-yea...Keep on reading: Sister Patricia Fox vows to continue missionary work in PH

  • Duterte on Chinese taking Pinoy fishers' catch: 'It's barter'

    President Rodrigo Duterte said Monday what transpired recently between Filipino fishermen and members of China's Coast Guard at the Scarborough Shoal was mere barter trade, even as other quarters saw the incident as harassment.

  • Blatche, Castro, Romeo to lead PH team in Asian Games

    Key players from TNT will mainly compose the members of the Philippine team that will compete in the Asian Games two months from now. KaTropa guards Jayson Castro and Terrence Romeo and naturalized center Andray Blatche will lead the way for the Philippines. As per ESPN 5, Roger Pogoy, Troy Rosario, Kelly Williams, Jericho Cruz, Anthony Semerad and Don Trollano are the other TNT players part of the squad. The roster also includes Gilas Pilipinas cadets Kobe Paras, Ricci Rivero and Abu Tratter. "We want the Asian Games lineup to be a combination of competing for a medal as well as building for the future, thus the inclusion of three Cadets," Gilas head coach Chot Reyes sai...Keep on reading: Blatche, Castro, Romeo to lead PH team in Asian Games

  • Duterte: China taking of PH fisherman's catch 'not outright seizure'

    MANILA, Philippines – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte downplayed the taking of Filipino fishermen's catch by the China Coast Guard, saying it was a "barter" exchange and thus does not count as seizure. "It was a barter in exchange for fish. The problem is the valuation...We could not understand each other ...

  • Apple aims to solve problems locating 911 calls for help

    SAN FRANCISCO --- Apple is trying to drag the U.S.'s antiquated system for handling 911 calls into the 21st century. If it lives up to Apple's promise, the iPhone's next operating system will automatically deliver quicker and more reliable information pinpointing the location of 911 calls to about 6,300 emergency response centers in the US. Apple is trying to solve a problem caused by the technological mismatch between a 50-year-old system built for landlines and today's increasingly sophisticated smartphones. An estimated 80 percent of roughly 240 million emergency calls in the US this year will come from mobile phones, most of which are capable of precisely tracking where their ...Keep on reading: Apple aims to solve problems locating 911 calls for help

  • After MPBL disappointment, Abu Tratter gets call from Gilas for Asiad

    MANILA, Philippines – After a disappointing attempt at the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL), things are looking up for Gilas cadet Abu Tratter. Tratter, who was set to play for the Bataan Defenders, will be a part of the 12-man Philippine team that will see action in the Asian Games ...

  • Netflix saves ‘Lucifer’ after April cancellation

    Nixed by Fox, season four of fantastical crime drama "Lucifer" has now been picked up by Netflix. With a lead character who is literally the lord of Hell, Warner Bros' "Lucifer" has been saved from damnation by Fox Broadcasting thanks to online streaming specialist Netflix. Based on the DC Comics character of the same name, Lucifer walks the streets of Los Angeles as a supernaturally persuasive nightclub owner and, after an encounter with a police detective who is somehow immune to his infernal charms, a civilian consultant to the LAPD. Despite finding its feet with critics after a rocky first season, US viewership numbers continued to decline from a season one ave...Keep on reading: Netflix saves ‘Lucifer’ after April cancellation

  • Sotto sees Inquirer.net taking down stories linking him to Pepsi Paloma ‘rape’

    Senate President Vicente Sotto III on Monday expressed confidence that Inquirer.net would remove the articles online that linked him to the alleged rape of the late actress Pepsi Paloma. "They will. Because it's fake news, it's original fake news," Sotto told reporters.

  • CEU spoils Andre Paras' return for hapless AMA

    MANILA, Philippines – The CEU Scorpions notched their second straight win by toppling the AMA Online Education Titans, 96-85, in the 2018 PBA D-League Foundation Cup at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig on Monday, June 18.  Judel Fuentes unloaded 25 points while Pierce Chan contributed a double-double of 18 ...

  • Halep still out in front as Nottingham boosts Barty

    PARIS: Simona Halep retained top spot in the WTA rankings Monday buoyed by having ended her wait for a Grand Slam title at the French Open. Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark stays in second spot ahead of Spaniard Garbine while Roland Garros finalist Sloane Stephens of the United States is up to fourth. Australian Ashleigh [...] The post Halep still out in front as Nottingham boosts Barty appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Outgoing envoy of 'Norwegia' hails ties with Philippines

    MANILA, Philippines – Norway doesn't mind Malacañang's "Norwegia" flub , it seems, and would rather discuss resuming peace talks with communist rebels.  Outgoing Norwegian Ambassador Erik Førner said he remains optimistic about peace talks between the Philippine government and communist rebels responsible for Asia's longest-running insurgency. "Although there has been a postponement of the planned formal round ...

  • Peso hits fresh 12-yr low

    MONETARY policy developments and renewed trade tensions between the United States and China pulled the Philippine peso to a fresh 12-year low of P53.48 against the dollar on Monday. The currency closed 21 centavos down from P53.27:$1 last Thursday, its lowest since a P53.55:$1 finish on June 29, 2006. Philippine financial markets were closed on Friday for the Eid al-Fitr [...] The post Peso hits fresh 12-yr low appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Marinero Pilipino toys with Batangas-EAC with 42-point rout

    MANILA, Philippines – The Marinerong Pilipino Skippers breezed past the hapless Batangas-EAC Generals with an emphatic 106-64 win in the 2018 PBA D-League Foundation Cup at the Ynares Sports Arena on Monday, June 18. Marinerong Pilipinas banked on a balanced scoring attack with 5 players finishing in double figures in ...

  • PH to have up to 13 more cyclones in 2018 — Pagasa

    THE Philippines may have up to 13 tropical cyclones spread from June to November 2018, the state-run weather bureau said on Monday. The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa), in it launch of the Typhoon and Flood Awareness Week, advised the public to prepare for the coming storms. “The remaining days of June [...] The post PH to have up to 13 more cyclones in 2018 — Pagasa appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Tambays? PNP wrongly detains group waiting outside friend's home

    MANILA, Philippines – Police wrongly detained a group of 6 friends waiting outside another friend's home in Makati City, after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered a controversial crackdown on "tambays" (bystanders). The group said police did not cite any law they could have violated, and only showed ...


Police admit mistakenly nabbing group waiting for frien ...

Makati City police chief Senior Superintendent Rogelio Simon denied that the people were "detained," saying that they were just "invited courteously" ...


Brazil, natablahan; Germany, olats sa Mexico

Kabilang na ang Brazil sa ‘heavyweights’ na may masalimuot na simula sa World Cup.

Blatche, Castro, Romeo to lead PH team in Asian Games

Key players from TNT will mainly compose the members of the Philippine team that will compete in the Asian Games two months from now. KaTropa guards Jayson Cast ...


Video game releases: ‘Mario Tennis Aces’, ‘Suzy C ...

A likely release for sci-fi Battle Royale game "Islands of Nyne" joins confirmed release dates for "Mario Tennis Aces" on the Switch, "Evoland 2" on A ...

Two cyclones being monitored outside PAR

Two cyclones are currently being monitored outside of the Philippine Area of Responsibility, according to a weather report on Balitanghali on Monday.



Ina Feleo remembers late father Johnny Delgado on Fathe ...

Ina lets us in on a secret: She and her father are both weird.


Jed Madela, dinepensahan ang 'ASAP Versus,' may hiling ...

Hinimok ni Jed Madela ang mga netizen na umiwas sa pamimintas sa ibang mang-aawit, lalo iyong mga nagtatagisan sa pagbirit sa "Versus" segment ng "ASAP" tuwing ...

Ang mga tattoo ni Nadine, bow

Di na bago sa mga kabataan ngayon ang magpa-tattoo. Sa katunayan, marami sa ating mga batang artista ang meron nito, kabilang na ang seksing girlfriend ni James ...