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Gilas dominate Kazakhs, 96-59

See how Gilas Pilipinas made mincemeat of the Kazakhs......»»

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Look: Momoland in Manila

Casino high rollers are in for a K-pop entertainment......»»

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Look: Makati earthquake drill

Take cover......»»

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Carrageenan ups mungbean production

An increase of 104.7 percent in the yield of mungbean was realized after using a three-month old carrageenan plant growth promoter (PGP). The Carrageenan PGP is an oligo-saccharide produced by irradiation of carrageenan solution. The technology was developed by the Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI) and it is already registered with the Fertilizer and Pesticide […].....»»

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3 DoTr agencies among top dividend remitters in 2017

Three agencies under the Department of Transportation (DoTr) were among the government owned and controlled corporations (GOCC) with the highest amount of dividends remitted to the country’s coffers in 2017. Topping the list is the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (DoTr-CAAP), while Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) ranked as second, and the Manila International Airports […].....»»

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Trollano to rejoin Texters

JAKARTA – After being dropped in favor of Jordan Clarkson, Don Trollano is thinking of going home to join Talk ‘N Text in its campaign in the Philippine Basketball Association Governor’s Cup starting Friday. In fact, KaTropa head coach Nash Racela already inquired about his decision since the squad will play in the opener against […].....»»

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ARMM syndicate invades MM

A drug syndicate operating in Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) expanded its operation in Metro Manila, National Capital Police Region Police Office (NCRPO) Director, Chief Supt. Guillermo Eleazar told the Daily Tribune yesterday. Eleazar said he directed NCRPO’s Regional Drug Enforcement Unit (RDEU) to monitor the activities of the group and arrest its leaders […].....»»

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Fatal mishap on ‘Deadman’s Curve’

QUITO — A bus carrying travelers from Colombia and Venezuela crashed in Ecuador early Tuesday, killing 24 people and injuring 19 others, according to the Quito Fire Department. The bus was traveling to Quito when it hit a passenger car along a stretch known as “Deadman’s Curve” on the Pifo-Papallacta road at about 3 a.m. […].....»»

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Lopez Holdings reports P2.174B net income

Lopez Holdings reported P2.174 billion in net income attributable to equity holders of the parent for the first six months of 2018. This was 23 percent higher than the P1.763 billion in net income attributable to equity holders of the parent reported in the first six months of 2017. The stable performance of the energy […].....»»

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Airport pushes Megawide earnings

The strong performance of the Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA) helped push the revenues of Megawide Construction Corp. 10 percent higher in the first half of the year. The diversified engineering and infrastructure conglomerate reported net income of P1.26 billion from January to June this year compared to P1.15 billion in the same period in 2017. […].....»»

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More at stake for Games host

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia is deploying 100,000 police and soldiers to provide security for the Asian Games, the biggest event ever held in its terror attack prone capital Jakarta, parts of which have been dramatically spruced up as the city readies to welcome tens of thousands of athletes and visitors. The 18th Asian Games, which […].....»»

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A cry for help

A visibly tired President Rody Duterte told a surprised audience last Tuesday, out of the blue, about his intention to step down due to the daunting ordeal against crime, the drug menace and corruption. Rody indicated his plan to step down and forego his remaining term which is still about four years after being elected […].....»»

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‘Firing squad for drug lords’

Line them up and shoot them dead. Sen. Manny Pacquiao yesterday proposed that big-time drug lords arrested in the Philippines be put under a firing squad as he sought a probe on the P6.8-billion shabu shipment that allegedly slipped past law enforcement agencies. In a chance interview by reporters, the lawmaker said illegal drugs are […].....»»

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Floodlight search for survivors

GENOA — Italian rescuers searched through the night Wednesday for any survivors under the shattered remains of a motorway bridge in Genoa as investigators probed what could have caused such a catastrophic collapse. Some 35 people were killed on Tuesday when a vast span of the Morandi bridge collapsed during a heavy rainstorm, sending vehicles […].....»»

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DTI Suking Tindahan sells lower-priced goods

Consumers will have greater access to lower- or reasonably-priced basic necessities and prime commodities through the DTI Suking Tindahan program. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) launched the program with the slogan “Sulit at Risonableng Presyo” on Wednesday. “The DTI Suking Tindahan program was conceived by Secretary Ramon Lopez to heed the call of […].....»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsAug 15th, 2018Related News

DTI calls for stop to unnecessary shipping charges

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) on Wednesday called for a stop to unnecessary shipping charges on shippers. “We are calling on all international shipping lines to put a halt to these unnecessary charges as these are unfair,” DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez said during a presentation of a study on fees imposed by international […].....»»

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Faster issuance of processed meat permit explored

The Board of Investments (BOI) said Tuesday that the government has discussed with stakeholders in the processed meat industry the possible initiatives that would fast track the transaction of getting permits from public offices. “Our objective is to improve in terms of efficiency and effectiveness the regulatory procedures of the processed meat industry, to deepen […].....»»

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Look: Duterte portrait awes president

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte receives a portait painting from artist Mart Bongabong (left) who paid a courtesy call to him at Malacañan Palace on Tuesday, 14 August 2018. Accompanying the President is Sec. Bong Go of the Office of the Special Assistant to the President. (Presidential photo).....»»

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Economy to grow faster in 2nd half – Dominguez

The Department of Finance (DOF) remains optimistic that the economy will grow faster in the second half on the back of larger investment inflows and exports, higher infrastructure expenditures, and an improved revenue. Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III said in a statement on Wednesday, the economic numbers for the second semester of 2018 remain “very […].....»»

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Gilas Pilipinas in first practice in Jakarta for the 18th Asian Games

The Nationals will play Kazakhstan tomorrow morning without reinforcement Jordan Clarkson, who is expected to arrive also tomorrow morning here in Jakarta.....»»

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