Thursday, March 5th 2015

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WHEN the current voter-registration period started in May 2014, the number of people without biometrics stood at 9.6 million. Today there are still 4.7...

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IT has been awhile since some form of nudity alarmed my community. A party was held in the CWC, more commonly known as Cam...

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THE labor market is a distinct and unique market. Nobel prize winner Amartya Sen asserts that “Work is a means to an end and an...

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BEIJING—China announced a lower economic growth target for this year and promised to open more industries to foreign investors as it tries to make...

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DONETSK, Ukraine—A rebel-held city scarred by months of conflict in eastern Ukraine suffered more tragedy on Wednesday,  when a methane-gas explosion in a coal...

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Lenders from around the region look to the Philippines for earning opportunities now that the sector has opened to full foreign competition and well...

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In an evident win for auto consumers, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has decided in favor of businessman Ricardo L. Nolasco Jr....

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As the number of US drilling rigs plummets by a third and thousands in the industry face layoffs, oil companies are focusing on an...
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SAN Miguel Corp. (SMC) has struck a deal with a French engineering and infrastructure company for the construction of a segment of the P15.52-billion Ninoy...

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ROXACO Land Corp., the property arm of publicly listed Roxas and Co., said on Wednesday it will go into the third phase of its...

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SAN Miguel Energy Corp. (SMEC) and Pampanga II Electric Cooperative Inc. (Pelco II) are asking the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) to approve their five-year...

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HONG Kong-listed conglomerate First Pacific Co. Ltd. will start holding the reigns next week of food manufacturer Goodman Fielder Ltd. after meeting all regulatory requirements for...

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SATELLITE television provider Cignal TV Inc. is aiming to hit 1 million subscribers this year given the steady pace of growth that the company...

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The National Capital Region (NCR) cornered the lion’s share of the P3.6 billion in subsidies extended by Filipino taxpayers to the agriculture, forestry and...
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LEBRON JAMES can add another honor to his voluminous trophy case. The Greater Akron Chamber has named the Cavs all-star the winner of its 2015...

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DORAL, Florida—The year isn’t all that’s new for Adam Scott. He makes his 2015 debut at the Cadillac Championship with a new caddie he hired...

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ATLANTA—Atlanta showed why it is top of the National Basketball Association (NBA) standings by coming from 18 points down to beat Houston, 104-96, on Tuesday, with...

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LAST season a talented National University (NU) side held a twice-to-beat edge in the step-ladder semifinals, only to lose the advantage to eventual champion...

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THAT gif of The Beard (James Harden) landing a Nike-shod foot on the groin (euphemism) of a sticky-as-a-leech LeBron James in the game between...

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LAS VEGAS—Manny Pacquiao has always believed he can do what 47 other fighters before him have failed to do—beat Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the...
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LATE in Robert Wise’s big-screen adaptation of the hit Rodgers & Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music, after a helicopter’s downdraft had knocked Julie Andrews...

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SMOKE and cured meats made an indelible impact on my childhood. I often ventured onto Gram’s enclosed back porch to escape the cigarette smoke from...

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SHANGHAI—As the nighttime lights of Shanghai winked to life late on a damp Saturday afternoon, the tour guide said she had one last stop...

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IT must be written: the film with the smart-alecky title, That Thing Called Tadhana, has grossed millions at the box office. In last year’s...

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NEW YORK—Fifty Shades of Grey devotees, know this: Whether you end up loving or hating the movie, which stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan,...

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PABLO BAEN SANTOS received the shock of his life. The outspoken first-generation social realist has tirelessly exposed the state of the nation’s ills, political...
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WHENEVER property colossus Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) embarks on a property development project, there is a high degree of confi dence the company will deliver a cutting-edge lifestyle and will...

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THE campaign of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) to stop the construction of Torre de Manila got a big boost,...

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ONCE upon a time, a lot of Filipino families bought classic pieces of furniture with the aim of keeping these timeless home furnishings for...

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DAIKIN, the pioneer in the Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) technology, recently launched its newest model—the VRV IV-S—on February 26 and 27 at the New...

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VENICE is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, as well as the dream destination of many people because of its detailed...

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IT’S always been a pleasure joining and learning from an esteemed group of individuals, renowned in their respective fields, embodying a passion to help...
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Core stability is an important attribute of the body and is vital because it keeps the body in equilibrium during certain types of movements. Having...

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Workout routines can make you feel tedious at times and the squat is not an exception. It is a fine workout staple and makes...

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A lot of Filipino children are bright and naturally gifted, yet, some of them are unfairly labeled as “slow learners” simply because they could...

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Think back to when you were a child during summer months, the pinnacle of cookouts and family gatherings was always the cold juicy watermelon...

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‘Lupus is a disease that is hard to diagnose and hard to describe,” says Prof.Pao Hsii Feng, a clinical professor at the National University...

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Despite all those talks about some fish containing high levels of toxins (mercury, for instance), medical researchers still love fish, touted to be the...
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