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Trillanes bares Bikoy texts disputing ouster plot claims

MANILA, Philippines – Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Tuesday, June 11, released text messages supposedly sent by Peter Joemel Advincula, the controversial man known as the flip-flopping Bikoy , pushing for the production of the viral Ang Totoong Narco List videos. "Dito natin nakikita, again wala kang makikitang ouster plot ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 11th, 2019

Bishop denies meeting ouster ‘plotters’

Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas has denied meeting with some plotters to overthrow the government of President Duterte as alleged by Peter Joemel Advincula, the man claiming to be “Bikoy” in the “Ang Totoong Narcolist” video......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 6th, 2019

Senate Presidency ouster move?

Senate Presidency ouster move?.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsJan 19th, 2017

Trillanes: Cayetano may be making a move to unseat Pimentel

Trillanes: Cayetano may be making a move to unseat Pimentel.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsJan 19th, 2017

Rody wishes plotters ‘success’

MANILA, Philippines – President Duterte yesterday wished his detractors luck in their supposed move to oust him from office after the so-called “LeniLeaks” e.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 11th, 2017

Trillanes tells Gordon to continue EJK probe

Sen. Antonio F. Trillanes IV yesterday scored Sen. Richard J. Gordon for his plan to abruptly end the hearings into the rampant extrajudicial killings and summary executions and called the move a cover-up......»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsOct 5th, 2016

Palace on Rody ouster plotters: We're watching you - Philippine Star

Palace on Rody ouster plotters: We're watching you - Philippine Star.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsSep 20th, 2016

Palace on Rody ouster plotters: We’re watching you

MANILA, Philippines – While they may be miles away, they are neither nameless nor faceless and thus may be held accountable under the law, presidential commu.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 20th, 2016

Palace to supposed ouster plotters: We know who you are - Philippine Star

Palace to supposed ouster plotters: We know who you are - Philippine Star.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsSep 20th, 2016

Palace to supposed ouster plotters: We know who you are

MANILA, Philippines -- We know who you are.  .....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 20th, 2016

De Lima ouster, Trillanes & Cayetano, Emmys | 6PM wRap

De Lima ouster, Trillanes & Cayetano, Emmys | 6PM wRap.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 19th, 2016

Kevin Ingreso joins Buriram in Thai league

Two more national team players completed their move to clubs in the strongest league in the regionthe Thai Premier Leagueas the transfer window opened early this month. The post Kevin Ingreso joins Bu.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated News2 hr. 14 min. ago

James Harden happy to see the likes of Kai Sotto aspire to make it to the NBA

Houston Rockets star James Harden is more than delighted to see international talents aspire to one day reach the NBA as well.  The seven-time All-Star is currently in the Philippines for the adidas Free to Harden Manila 2019 tour, and was able field some questions from the media, Wednesday morning.  One of the questions that Harden was asked was what he thought of young basketball players like our very own Kai Sotto working hard to make it into the league, and what they needed to do to actually realize their dream.  The 7-foot-2 Sotto, who is currently with Gilas Youth for the FIBA U-19 World Championship in Greece, trained in the United States with the intention of pursuing an NBA career in the near future. "Amazing, not just Filipino, but international players, there’s so many international players who are making it into the NBA, it’s great," Harden said during the media interviews. "We’re taking the NBA not just for the US, but worldwide, and it gives kids, not just Filipino, not just in China, all over the world the confidence like ‘Look at my Filipino buddy who made it into the NBA. Look at my Chinese buddy who made it into the NBA. I have the confidence, I have the chance and the opportunity to make it. If I work hard, if I focus, if I keep my head right in school and stay in the gym, I can make it to the NBA too!’ so globally, the game of basketball is at another level." With Harden's steady rise to superstardom all over the world, more and more young hoopers have grown to appreciate Harden's unique style of play. All over the globe, more and more kids have started practicing the stepback jumper or the EuroStep in traffic after seeing Harden execute those moves to perfection.  Harden admits to having also learned those moves from ones who came before him, and hopes to see the next generation of hoops stars also take those moves or create their own moves and make them even better.  "Honestly, it feels great. Those moves, I learned them from someone. I watched Dwyane Wade, Manu [Ginobili], as far as the EuroStep, Paul Pierce had a crazy stepback, so I watched those guys and I learned, and I just studied and I tried to figure out ways to do those moves and be better at them, take those moves to another level, that’s what I’ve done, especially for the stepback."  "Hopefully, these kids, they’re studying and watching the game of basketball and they’re finding was to be better and hopefully they’ll take those moves or create different moves and take their basketball game to another level," he added.  Speaking of confidence, "The Beard" touched on seeing kids having confidence in their game as somewhat a motivating factor. He shared a story of a kid that he met in his most recent trip China that showed an impressive level of confidence at such a young age.  "Back when I was in China, I seen this little kid, who was maybe 7 years old, and he could shoot the ball and he had so much confidence. He hit a couple of shots in a row in front of like 5,000 people in an arena, and I was like ‘You know what, let’s see you make another shot, you can have my shoes.’ and he was like ‘Alright!’, and just shot it with so much confidence, and when he made it, it was like he knew he was going to make it already." "That’s what I love to see, that motivates me to continue to go out there and do it at a high level because you got kids that really follow and pay attention to what you’re doing and your every move, so that keeps me going," Harden continued. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News3 hr. 14 min. ago

Trillanes: It’s hypocrisy if Imee is implying I’m a bad guy

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV welcomed the plan of senator-elect Imee Marcos to have his office blessed but called her hypocritical if she was implying that the outgoing lawmaker is a “bad person.”.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News6 hr. 40 min. ago

‘Dodong’ slightly speeds up ahead of exit

Tropical Depression Dodong has slightly accelerated as it continues to move away from the Philippines, state weather bureau PAGASA said late Wednesday morning......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News6 hr. 40 min. ago

Index almost flat ahead of G20 meet

The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index ended flat yesterday even as the stock market barometer tried to move above the 8,000 mark......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 25th, 2019

Ateneo tower Kouame cherishing chance to go toe-to-toe with CEU pillar Diouf

Cignal-Ateneo bounced back big-time in Game 3 of the 2019 PBA D-League Finals following an upset loss to move one win away from the championship. At the forefront of that mighty rebound was Ivorian tower Ange Kouame who made his presence felt all over for 10 points, nine blocks, and seven rebounds. Personally, it was also a bounce back game for the UAAP 81 Rookie of the Year after he got outplayed by CEU counterpart Maodo Malick Diouf in Game 2. "I just had to come strong from the other game because I was really quiet the last game. I wanted to play better for my teammates," he said. While Kouame had 14 points, 10 rebounds, and three blocks then, he also allowed Diouf to impose his will to the tune of 23 markers, 16 boards, four steals, two rejections, and two assists. Of course, Blue Eagles mentor Tab Baldwin challenged all of his players, not just their 21-year-old big man, to play better. "Coach told me that defense wasn't really great (in Game 2). He was complaining about all of us - not just me, but everybody," the latter recalled. And without a doubt, it was Kouame who was the first to answer the call - and in the end of Game 3, the Scorpions' pillar still had a 19-point, 20-rebound double-double, but had to work for all of it. Through the highs and lows in the series, the Cignal-Ateneo center is only grateful to be matched up opposite one of the best foreign student-athletes in college in Diouf. "He really challenges me. I really like the intensity with him because he's pushing me to learn," he said. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

Government, public sectors kick off support for athletes, para-athletes in first-ever Unity Walk

The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) and the Philippine Paralympic Committee (PPC) joined forces Saturday, June 22 at the College of Science Oval in UP Diliman to stage a unity event among various sports sectors to prepare for the coming Southeast Asian Games later this year and the ASEAN Para Games in 2020. Billed as Olympic Day and Lakad Para Atleta 2019, the event witnessed for the first time ever, a unity walk of abled body athletes walking side by side with para athletes to give life to the event theme, “Unity and Transformation Through Sports.” The event was highlighted by a torch relay that featured five pairs of Olympians and Paralympians traversing the 500-meter oval, symbolizing inclusiveness and equality for all. The torch relay culminated in a cauldron lighting ceremony followed by the Lakad Para Atleta Legacy Walk participated in by athletes and non-athletes, including a huge group from Citi Philippines as key supporter of PPC and the Paralympic movement. After the walk, the Philippine Olympians Association turned over seedlings to the University of the Philippines to express their advocacy that sports can be used for the betterment of the environment. Exhibitions and participative activities followed in arnis, skateboarding, athletics, karate, underwater hockey, petanque and parasports like Braille Chess, Wheelchair Racing, Wheelchair Basketball and Para Athletics entertained attendees. A Body Combat session conducted by Fitness First turned the event into a sports fair. “We are overwhelmed by the show of support from our partners in the government and private sectors, especially Citi Philippines. This is a big push for our national athletes who will be competing for the country in the upcoming SEA Games this November and the ASEAN Para Games in January 2020!,” said PPC President Michael Barredo. For his part, Citi Philippines CEO Aftab Ahmed said that by supporting the event, Citi Philippines is expressing its corporate commitment. “Para Athletes are truly an inspiration as they overcome the odds to achieve and excel with courage and determination. Today is an opportunity for us to become advocates of their cause, so that we can break down the perceptions around disability and push for inclusion and equality for all.” Olympic Day is an annual global event of the Olympic Movement that promotes the sharing of the Olympic Ideals, its Olympic Day pillars of Move, Learn, and Discover and the Olympic values of Excellence, Friendship, and Respect. The event was introduced in 1948 to commemorate the birth of the modern Olympic Games in June 1894 at the Sorbonne in Paris. Around 3,000 people from all walks of life registered for the event.   TORCH BEARERS: (OLYMPIAN + PARALYMPIAN) Elma Muros Posadas – Queen of Long Jump, 1984, 1996 Andy Avellana – Athletics, 2012   Roel Velasco – Boxing Bronze Medalist 1992 Ernie Gawilan – Swimming, 2016   Christine Jacob Sandejas – Swimming 1984 Jerrold Mangliwan – Wheelchair Racing, 2012   Stephan Fernandez – Taekwondo 1992 Josephine Medina – Table Tennis, Bronze Medalist, 2016   Sen. Freddie Webb – Basketball 1972 Adeline Ancheta-Dumapong – Para Powerlifting, Bronze Medalist, 2020.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

Stock market likely to move sideways

Stock market likely to move sideways.....»»

Category: financeSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

Botong Francisco s Camote Diggers to go to national institution

In an unprecedented move, Botong Francisco’s “Camote Diggers” will be the first Philippine work successfully auctioned to be donated to a national institution......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 23rd, 2019