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  • UST grad tops CPA licensure exams


    A graduate of the University of Sto. Tomas is the topnotcher in the October 2018 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensure examination, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced.

  • Ombudsman must act firmly on Genuino case


    The Office of the Ombudsman should view the graft case against ex-Pagcor Chairman Efraim Genuino and other officials for bypassing the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) in remitting funds directly to...READ MORE The post Ombudsman must act firmly on Genuino case appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • PhilPop bares 10 finalists


    Touted as the premier songwriting competition in the country, PhilPop continues to provide a sustainable platform for amateur and professional composers to showcase exceptional songs from various genres and styles. From "Dati" to "'Di Na Muli," the annual music competition has produced some of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed recordings of the last five years, serving as training ground for artists who aren't afraid to challenge songwriting tropes. This year marks a special moment in songwriting history as the festival opened its doors to entries written in different languages, spanning across regions and cities outside Metro Manila....Keep on reading: PhilPop bares 10 finalists

  • Corruption at the SBMA guesthouse


    No matter how hard I try, I find it difficult to embrace the homily of Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Chairman Wilma Eisma on “good governance,” among her other platitudes....READ MORE The post Corruption at the SBMA guesthouse appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • How Miss World PH has become show biz beauties’ pageant of choice


    It appears that the Miss World Philippines pageant has become the beauty contest of choice for show biz denizens after the impressive showing of celebrity scions Winwyn Marquez and Zara Carbonell last year, as well as several familiar faces in this year's edition. Winwyn, daughter of Joey Marquez and Alma Moreno, received the Reina Hispanoamericana Filipinas crown in last year's pageant, and eventually became the first Asian to win the Reina Hispanoamericana title. For her part, Zara, daughter of Cris Villanueva, was proclaimed second runner-up last year, then went on to win in the inaugural Miss Tourism Worldwide contest in Indonesia last month. ...Keep on reading: How Miss World PH has become show biz beauties’ pageant of choice

  • China, ASEAN start inaugural joint maritime drills


    China and Southeast Asian states kicked off their first joint maritime exercises on Monday in an effort to ease regional tensions linked to rival claims in the South China Sea.

  • Xi’s decision to challenge the US for global leadership


    FORTY years ago when China began its reform and opening up, Deng Xiaoping, then the country’s paramount leader, delivered a speech calling on all party members to “dare to think.”...READ MORE The post Xi’s decision to challenge the US for global leadership appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Lav Diaz short film opens Viennale screenings


    Yes, Lav Diaz makes short films, too. The Vienna International Film Festival has commissioned the world-renowned Filipino director---famous for sprawling, marathon movies---to create a short film. Diaz is joining an illustrious list of auteurs who have contributed short films to the Viennale: Jean-Luc Godard ("Une Catastrophe"), David Lynch ("The 3 Rs"), Chris Marker ("KINO"), Jonas Mekas ("Wien & Mozart"), Agns Varda ("Untitled") and Apichatpong Weerasethakul ("Empire"). "Since 1995, we've had 24 such 'little films,'" recalled Alexander Horwath, former head of the Austrian Film Museum and the Viennale. "I started this tradition of inviting ...Keep on reading: Lav Diaz short film opens Viennale screenings

  • Govt should be the third telco


    THE right to internet access or right to broadband or freedom to connect is the right of people to access the Internet in order to exercise and enjoy their rights...READ MORE The post Govt should be the third telco appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Carmina on replacing Regine


    She's the Songbird; I'm just a frustrated singer," jested Carmina Villaroel, who took over Regine Velasquez's hosting duties in the GMA 7 talk show, "Sarap Diva"---renamed "Sarap, 'Di Ba?"---after the songstress transferred to ABS-CBN recently. "As much as I want to sing ... I can't do it! We're different, but I hope I can give the show's followers the same kind of fun, joy and entertainment," she told reporters at a recent press conference for the said weekly morning program, which started airing last Saturday. Carmina was joined by her twins, Mavy and Cassy Legaspi. And the show, she said, will be tweaked to better suit the actress-TV host. "It'll be more ...Keep on reading: Carmina on replacing Regine

  • Climate change: Global challenge requiring global response


    Dr. Lee Ying-yuan Minister for Environmental Protection Administration, Executive Yuan, Taiwan) CONTINUED growth in emissions of greenhouse gases around the world has caused abnormal and extreme weather events such as...READ MORE The post Climate change: Global challenge requiring global response appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Michael Bublé on retirement rumors: Fake news


    Michael Bubl's team has refuted earlier reports that the Canadian crooner is planning to leave the music business for good, and that his upcoming album, "Love," would be his last. "He's not going anywhere," a publicist told Us Weekly. A separate statement was also given to a Bubl fan page. "The rumors that Michael is quitting is completely false," it read. "We ask everyone to not share any of these tabloid stories." Talks about Michael's retirement started when Daily Mail published an article, which the singer-songwriter allegedly described as his "last interview." "I have made the perfect record, and now I can leave at the very top," he was quo...Keep on reading: Michael Bublé on retirement rumors: Fake news

  • National crime rate down by 17.39% during H1 2018 - PNP


    The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Monday announced that the national crime rate had slowed by 17.39 percent during 2018's first half.

  • Trump says U.S. to start cutting aid as migrant caravan rolls on


    TAPACHULA, Mexico – President Donald Trump said Monday, October 22, the US will start cutting aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador as a caravan of thousands of mostly Honduran migrants rolled on regardless toward the US border. Trump kept up his almost-daily Twitter attacks on the approaching caravan, calling it ...

  • JBC scraps public interviews of SC nominees for chief justice post


    The Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) has decided to scrap the conduct of public interviews of the senior members of the Supreme Court aspiring for the chief justice position, Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said on Monday. JBC made the decision following the Supreme Court ruling unanimously agreeing to bypass public interviews of senior magistrates seeking the top post in the judiciary, saying their judicial philosophy could readily be known through the decisions they had written. "The JBC thoroughly discussed the SC resolution in its last two en banc meetings," Guevarra said. "In the end by a majority vote, the JBC agreed to dispense with the public interview of senior SC justice...Keep on reading: JBC scraps public interviews of SC nominees for chief justice post

  • Turkey says Khashoggi murder in Saudi consulate 'savagely planned'


    ISTANBUL, Turkey – Turkey on Monday, October 22, said that the murder of Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul was "savagely planned" as pro-government media published new claims targeting powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman over the killing. Upping the pressure on Riyadh, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ...

  • Who is Judge Andres Soriano?


    Who is that man who dared repudiate the claims of President Rodrigo Duterte? Makati City Regional Trial Court Branch 148 Presiding Judge Andres B. Soriano contradicted the claim of Solicitor General Jose Calida and the President himself that Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV did not comply with the basic requirements to be granted amnesty grant -- that is, file an application form and admit guilt. In his order released Monday, Soriano said the government, through the Department of Justice (DOJ) failed to present enough evidence to support Trillanes' noncompliance. Soriano's ruling was on the urgent motion filed by the DOJ last Sept. 4 asking the court to order the senator's arrest, ...Keep on reading: Who is Judge Andres Soriano?

  • Makati judge who ruled for Trillanes has experience with coup cases


    Judge Andres Soriano of the Makati Regional Trial Court Branch 148 contradicted no less than President Rodrigo Duterte when he ruled partly in favor of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV in a drawn-out legal dispute over the former mutineer's amnesty.

  • Angelique Kerber 2nd to Simona Halep in WTA rankings


    PARIS, France – Germany's Angelique Kerber moved up to 2nd place in the latest WTA rankings released Monday, October 22, behind injured world No. 1 Simona Halep. It's the highest ranking since July 2017 for Wimbledon champion Kerber, who is gunning to win this week's WTA Finals in Singapore.  But Halep, missing ...

  • Drilon: Plan to quit IPU shows persecution of critical lawmakers


    The plan of House Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo to withdraw from the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) implies that critical lawmakers are indeed "being persecuted" under the Duterte administration, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon said in a statement issued on Monday. READ:Arroyo to push PH withdrawal from IPU "Arroyo's proposal is despairing, defeatist and will be seen by the world as a tacit admission that indeed critical lawmakers are being persecuted under the Duterte administration," Drilon said. The IPU is a group of foreign parliamentarians committed to promoting democracy, equality, human rights and peace through political dialogue and concrete action. READ: IN T...Keep on reading: Drilon: Plan to quit IPU shows persecution of critical lawmakers

  • Rafael Nadal maintains lead as Russian breaks into ATP Top 20


    PARIS, France – Russia's Karen Khachanov moved into the Top 20 of the latest men's ATP tennis rankings released Monday, October 22, following his win in the Kremlin Cup. Third seeded wildcard Khachanov beat Frenchman Adrian Mannarino in straight sets on Sunday to secure his second ATP title of the season ...

  • Tañada calls for arrest, prosecution of sugarcane farmers’ killers


    Former Deputy Speaker Lorenzo "Erin" Taada called for the arrest and prosecution of the killers behind the attack on nine sugarcane farm workers in Sagay City, Negros Occidental last Saturday night. "The field of dreams for the small group of Negros farmers has turned into killing fields. Diniligan na naman ng dugo ang bukid ng mga pangarap. We must be outraged at how the might of guns and goons confronted the farmers' aspirations for land and food for their families. Bakit baril at bala ang sagot sa sakit ng sikmura?," Taada said in a statement on Monday. "The pieces of evidence, testimonies of witnesses, and other vital information shou...Keep on reading: Tañada calls for arrest, prosecution of sugarcane farmers’ killers

  • Grab to train drivers as emergency first responders


    MANILA, Philippines – Grab drivers are going the extra mile and may soon save lives in road accidents and help bust crime. The ride-hailing company launched its  Safer Everyday Tech Roadmap  on Monday, October 22, which features various programs, including a commitment to train drivers to be part of a pool ...

  • AP Exclusive: 2 rarely seen Hemingway stories coming out


    NEW YORK --- Two Ernest Hemingway stories written in the mid-1950s and rarely seen since will be published next year. Michael Katakis, director of Hemingway's literary estate, tells The Associated Press that "The Monument" and "Indian Country and the White Army" will be included with a reissue of the author's classic "For Whom the Bell Tolls." The new edition will also include the story "A Room on the Garden Side," which had been little known beyond the scholarly community until The Strand Magazine published it over the summer. Katakis, whose "Ernest Hemingway: Artifacts From a Life" comes out this week, has overseen numerous...Keep on reading: AP Exclusive: 2 rarely seen Hemingway stories coming out

  • Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari too slow to recognize mistakes


    AUSTIN, USA – Sebastian Vettel welcomed Ferrari's return to form in Sunday's United States Grand Prix, but said the team had taken too long to realize the mistakes in its development program. The four-time champion German, who kept alive his faint title hopes by finishing 5th behind championship leader Lewis Hamilton ...

LOCAL NEWS

Six Maute group members surrender in Lanao del Sur

At least six members of the ISIS-inspired Maute group surrendered to authorities on Monday in Barangay Lumbac in Sultan Dumalondong, Lanao del Sur.

SPORTS NEWS

UCBL: CEU in playoff

Centro Escolar University used a huge third quarter attack to repeat over the Lyceum-Batangas Pirates, 102-63, and clinch a semis playoff in the Universities an ...

9 PH jins vie in World G’Slam qualifier

Nine well-trained Filipino jins will compete in the second open qualification round of the 2018 World Taekwondo Grand Slam Championships on Oct. 26-28 in Wuxi, ...

TECHNOLOGY

Use of raw materials to double by 2060 - OECD

Global use of raw materials is expected to double by 2060, "placing twice the pressure on the environment" than at present, according to an OECD study ...

Pinay scientist wins ASEAN-US science prize for work in ...

A Filipino scientist has bagged the 2018 ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women in a first for the Philippines, the Department of Science and Technology (DO ...

BUSINESS

HEALTH AND FITNESS

7 Halloween costume ideas we picked up from celebrity k ...

At the very least, you'll earn a lot of double taps on IG

ENTERTAINMENT

'Crocodile hunter' Steve Irwin's family launch new show

The family of late Australian conservationist and “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin are following in his footsteps with a new television show dedicated to thei ...

‘Signal Rock’ nominado sa 2019 Oscars

SA unang pagkakataon, napabilang na ang Pilipinas sa 86 na bansa sa listahan ng mga nominadong pelikula para sa Best Foreign Language Film sa 2019 Oscars, sa pa ...

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