Sunog sa Sta. Cruz, Task Force Bravo na

Manila, Philippines – Iniakyat na sa Task force Bravo ang nagaganap na sunog ngayon sa isang residential area sa may Quiricada, Sta.Cruz, Maynila. Sumiklab ang sunog dakong alas 11:50 ng umaga sa isang bahay na pag-aari umano ng pamilya Mamaril kung saan nagsimula ang apoy sa ikatlong palapag ng bahay sa 1606 Qurcada Sy. Sta.Cruz. […] The post Sunog sa Sta. Cruz, Task Force Bravo na appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Source: Remate RemateCategory: NewsOct 22nd, 2019Related News

Soldiers, rebels engage in a running gun battle in Manjuyod, Negros Oriental

DUMAGUETE CITY, Negros Oriental — The hinterland Sitio Cabangahan of Barangay Bantolinao in Manjuyod town of Negros Oriental was a scene of a fierce gun battle when a platoon from the Bravo Company of the 94th Infantry Mandirigma Battalion and about 20 suspected members of the New People’s Army (NPA) clashed on Thursday, October 3, 2019. […] The post Soldiers, rebels engage in a running gun battle in Manjuyod, Negros Oriental appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsOct 3rd, 2019Related News

Basagan ng Trip with Leloy Claudio: Why finance experts should challenge mutual funds in PH

MANILA, Philippines – Leloy Claudio's research on the history of Philippine banking and finance institutions led him to look at personal finance in the country's context. In this Basagan ng Trip episode, Claudio discusses some of his findings, particularly on how shortchanged Filipino investors are. He challenges finance experts to call out banks and mutual fund providers ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsAug 30th, 2019Related News

McKenzie, Bravo score in PPS netfest

Kimberly McKenzie toppled Corazon Lambonao twice while Cedrick Bravo dominated the boys’ side as they shared top honors in the PPS-PEPP Mayor Ronaldo Aquino national age-group tennis tournament in Samar yesterday......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsAug 19th, 2019Related News

Cedrick Bravo, Corazon Lambonao favored in Baybay

Cedrick Bravo and young Corazon Lambonao gear up for a tough outing in their quest for honors and ranking points in two divisions in the PPS-PEPP Baybay national age-group tennis tournament, which got underway yesterday at the Baybay City Tennis Club in Leyte......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsAug 10th, 2019Related News

Bravo, Lambonao seek PPS Baybay honors

Cedrick Bravo and young Corazon Lambonao gear up for a tough outing in quest of honors and ranking points in two divisions in the PPS-PEPP Baybay national age-group tennis tournament, which got under way yesterday (Saturday) at Baybay City Tennis Club in Leyte......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsAug 10th, 2019Related News

Pandacan Bridge to be closed for six months

Starting Aug. 3, the Tomas Claudio Bridge in Pandacan, Manila will be closed to traffic to give way to the six-month construction of the Skyway Stage 3 Elevated Expressway Project, an official said yesterday......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsAug 1st, 2019Related News

Temporary closure of Tomas Claudio Bridge starts Aug. 3

MMDA General Manager Jojo Garcia announces the temporary closure of Tomas Claudio Bridge in Pandacan Manila. Thebridge connecting Quirino Avenue and Sta. Mesa will n.....»»

Source: Manilanews ManilanewsCategory: NewsJul 31st, 2019Related News

Lapu-Lapu Fire Blazed 150 Houses

A fire incident broke out in Sitio Tacan, Barangay Ibo in Lapu-Lapu City on Sunday dawn. The fire started at around 1am and was declared Task Force Bravo at 1:40 a.m. Authorities declared fire out at around 6:21 a.m. 150 houses were destroyed by the fire with estimated P400,000 worth of damage. Meanwhile, another fire […].....»»

Source: Metrocebu MetrocebuCategory: NewsJul 22nd, 2019Related News

31 evacuation centers to be built in Bicol Region

DAET, Camarines Norte, July 4 (PIA)-A total of 31 evacuation centers will be constructed in various parts of the Bicol Region this year according to Regional Director Claudio L. Yucot of the Office.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsJul 5th, 2019Related News

Partylist bloc to nominate Eddie Garcia for National Artist in final ‘bravo’ to a ‘legend’

THE partylist coalition in the House of Representatives announced on Friday that it would nominate veteran actor Eddie Garcia for posthumous conferment as National Artist. “We mourn, but we also…READ The post Partylist bloc to nominate Eddie Garcia for National Artist in final ‘bravo’ to a ‘legend’ appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Source: Manilatimes_net Manilatimes_netCategory: NewsJun 21st, 2019Related News

An appeal for sobriety and prudence

he defense for Lisandro Claudio, PhD is an opportunistic reaction to a petition signed by 467 academics, artists and activists. The petition rightly argues that an academic who is engaged in tagging activist organizations as communist fronts is doing something unbecoming. It correctly articulates the global and local contexts in which such disposition is lamentable at the very least. The post An appeal for sobriety and prudence appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 19th, 2019Related News

Academic unfreedom and states of repression: On the case of Leloy Claudio

Dr. Claudio's commentary, accusing his colleagues as well as students and activists of being "commies" are hardly statements to be glibly made or easily dismissed. Within the context of increasing state repression and concomitantly the erosion of academic freedom on both sides of the Pacific, the targets of Dr. Claudio's work are put directly into the crosshairs of the Duterte and even the Trump regime. Dr. Claudio produces conditions of academic unfreedom for those he attacks. The post Academic unfreedom and states of repression: On the case of Leloy Claudio appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 19th, 2019Related News

Red Flag vs the Redtag

Despite numerous criticisms thrown his way, Claudio has carried on with his merry red-tagging ways, arrogantly defending the act in the name of “truth,” “democracy” and supposed “liberalism” – yes, in the time of an authoritarian and murderous president like Duterte......»»

Source: Pinoyweekly PinoyweeklyCategory: NewsJun 11th, 2019Related News

Youth groups slam Chinese intervention in PH policies

Youth groups gathered on Tuesday in front of the Chinese Consulate in Makati City to protest China’s intervention in Philippine economy and foreign policies. Youth Resist convenor Bas Claudio said…READ The post Youth groups slam Chinese intervention in PH policies appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Source: Manilatimes_net Manilatimes_netCategory: NewsJun 11th, 2019Related News

Basagan ng Trip with Leloy Claudio: 5 ways to make reading news less stressful

MANILA, Philippines – Reading the news has become a tiresome and stressful thing to do lately, especially with all the hate and negativity. History professor Leloy Claudio teaches us some ways on how to make reading news less stressful.  – .....»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsJun 6th, 2019Related News

PVL: May Jia kami – Valdez on Creamline’s advantage

It is fact that Creamline has a really stacked line-up, but prized hitter Alyssa Valdez sees one very important advantage against the competition. Setter Jia Morado. “One of our advantages as a team aside from chemistry is really Jia,” said Valdez as the Cool Smashers gear up to defend their title in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Reinforced Conference. Valdez and Morado will be back for the import-laden tournament together with a solid local line-up along with Thai import Kuttika Kaewpin and Venezuelan veteran Aleoscar Blanco.  “Madami kaming players na magagaling na spikers but I think Jia will play a crucial role and a crucial player in our team because she’s gonna run the plays,” said Valdez, who has been teammates with Morado since their UAAP days with Ateneo de Manila University. “She’s the one who would decide kung kanino niya ibibigay ang bola. With Jia, we’re really (going to) be composed. Hopefully ma-achieve namin ang goal namin.” Morado welcomes the beautiful problem of having a vast arsenal of talent to work with. “Oo naman. It’s hard kasi iba-iba sila ng sets pero parang nakikita ko naman and nakikita rin naman ng coach namin how we can utilize ‘yung strengths ng bawat players sa loob ng court,” said Morado. The playmaker will get a lot of scoring options in Valdez, their imports and local stars in Jema Galanza, newcomer Heather Guino-o, Michele Gumabao, Pau Soriano, Rissa Sato, Coleen Bravo, Rizza Mandapat, Fille Cainglet-Cayetano, Rose Vargas and Celine Domingo. Setting up the plays will also be an easy task for Morado with reliable liberos in Mel Gohing and Kyla Atienza while she can get a good rest if needed with another veteran playmaker Kyle Negrito coming off the bench. However, Morado down plays their tag as a ‘super team’.    “I don’t think we’re the super team,” she said. “I think all of the teams are equally strong this year. It just boils down to who jells well with their imports.” “Kasi we’re not only looking at all-Filipino line-ups eh, na-up pa ng level with a couple of imports per team,” the three-time Best Setter added. “So dun ang question kung sino ang aabot ng dulo and kung sino ang kayang i-absorb ng import ang system ng team.” Morado points out that the strength of Creamline is not with the names of their stars, but on the roles they are willing play to help the cause.  “We’re still hoping na balance pa rin ang offense namin na we’re not relying too much on our imports, we’re noyt relying on a couple of locals. We’re relying on a balance scoring offense,” said Morado. The Cool Smashers open their campaign on Sunday against PetroGazz.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 23rd, 2019Related News

PVL: Creamline: Building a Dynasty

It’s a no-brainer that other squads look at defending champion Creamline as the team to beat in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Reinforced Conference. But more than its star-studded line-up and veteran core, the Cool Smashers’ success and expected good run comes from the foundation it built that resulted in a winning culture. The team did struggle in its maiden campaign before working its way up to where it is now - both a champion in the import-laden and Open conferences.     After all Rome wasn’t built in a day.   Now with a chance to solidify their claim as PVL’s powerhouse team, the Cool Smashers are relying on their tried and tested core and team chemistry in spite of having a new foreign coach, the addition of new local players and a pair of impressive imports.      “From the last conference marami ang core ng players na ever since nagkaroon ng Creamline Cool Smashers kami-kami na rin ang naroon,” said Creamline’s prized hitter Alyssa Valdez. “So I think it’s a good sign na maganda ang foundation namin as a team.” Back to help Valdez retain the throne are local stars Michele Gumabao, Melissa Gohing, Pau Soriano, Rissa Sato, Jema Galanza, Coleen Bravo, top setter Jia Morado, Rizza Mandapat, Fille Cainglet-Cayetano, Kyla Atienza and Rose Vargas. Joining the crew are Far Eastern University’s Celine Domingo, Heather Guino-o and playmaker Kyle Negrito.   Creamline re-signed Thai import Kuttika Kaewpin and will introduce a new reinforcement in Venezuelan veteran Aleoscar Blanco. “‘Pag may mga pumapasok naman di naman nalalayo ang mantra nila or attitude and character ng mga players kung ano ang gusto namin as a team,” added two-time conference Most Valuable Player Valdez. "I think maganda na mayroong culture na naitayo at na-build ang team namin. Kasi maraming players na nasa Creamline ever since na natayo, kami pa rin ang nandoon,” Valdez said. The Cool Smashers will be under a new coach in former Chinese national team player Huanning Li, who replaced Tai Bundit of Thailand. “We have a new coach, we have a new system so we hope na dahil dun iba rin ang mabibigay namin this conference,” said Valdez. Though the team is stacked with big names in local volleyball, Valdez points out that what’s good about their team is that players know very well their specific role. “My teammates are very humble and down to earth, they’re really taking the roles kung ano ang role nila in our team. Yun talaga ang ginagawa nila,” she said. Creamline will be tested on Sunday against PetroGazz. Catch the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Reinforced Conference starting May 26, Sunday LIVE on S+A, S+A HD, LIGA, LIGA HD, iWant and via livestream. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 22nd, 2019Related News

The Trail Blazers patience has been rewarded

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press Bravo, Portland. Bravo. Doing the right thing isn’t easy in the NBA, where patience is a rare virtue. The Trail Blazers were swept in the first round of the 2017 playoffs. They got swept again in the first round last season. Portland had lost 10 consecutive playoff games going into this year. Ordinarily, that’s a recipe for firings, trade demands and roster dismantling. Instead, the Blazers stayed the course. And their reward is a trip to the Western Conference final, starting Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time) against two-time defending champion Golden State. [Watch the Playoffs on NBA League Pass for 30% less with this limited time offer! Select Annual package and use code SAVE30 at checkout to redeem] “It speaks to the character of our organization and what we’ve become,” All-Star guard Damian Lillard said. The Blazers have become a model of consistency. They could have gone the other way. A lot of teams have gone the other way. Neil Olshey, the Blazers’ general manager, took an uncommonly measured approach last season and kept Terry Stotts — currently the fourth-longest-tenured coach in the NBA. Lillard stayed committed and didn’t stomp his feet or force a trade like so many other players in his situation have done or tried to. CJ McCollum, Lillard’s backcourt partner who carried them Sunday (Monday, PHL time) with 37 points, doesn’t mind that he could get more shots elsewhere. “This is arguably the biggest win that we’ve had in the franchise for a long time,” Stotts said after Sunday’s (Monday, PHL time) Game 7 win at Denver — the first Game 7 road win in team history. “To be a part of it, to do it the way we did, I’m thrilled.” In a lot of ways, Sunday (Monday, PHL time) epitomized what the Blazers have done in recent years. They got down 17 early on the road in a Game 7. They battled, chipped at the deficit, eventually found the right combination of things that worked and didn’t panic. “Just stay with it,” Stotts said. “Trust was the biggest thing.” He was speaking of Game 7. He could have meant the last two offseasons. Trust takes time to build, and the Blazers now have it from top to bottom. This is how close-knit they are: After the game, Lillard lauded teammates, coaches, the training staff, the front office, the team’s security and the members of the sports media relations staff. He forgot nobody. “Everybody we see every day, everybody’s invested in what we’ve created,” Lillard said. Some teams should be taking notes. So should some players. This is an era in which teams spend years tanking instead of competing, yet still charge plenty to fans willing to come see their inferior product. An era where a bad team like Phoenix somehow decides after one year that a well-regarded coach like Igor Kokoskov needs to be fired — a move that means Devin Booker will start his fifth NBA season playing for a fifth different coach. An era where an elite player like Anthony Davis can pursue a trade with a year and a half left on his contract in New Orleans, starting a circus that became a massive problem for both the Pelicans and the Los Angeles Lakers. The Blazers didn’t demand that someone else fix their mistakes. They did it themselves. Olshey knew Portland’s roster was flawed after being swept by Davis and the Pelicans last season, that it wasn’t deep enough to handle injury issues. So he took a chance on Seth Curry, Warriors star Stephen Curry’s brother who wasn’t in the league last season, and signed him over the summer. He swung a trade in February and got Rodney Hood to fortify the bench. He fought off plenty of other clubs to sign Enes Kanter when he was freed by the New York Knicks — and that move proved enormous after center Jusuf Nurkic went down with a broken leg. But the moves Olshey didn’t make the last two summers are part of why the Blazers are here now. So are the moves he made three months ago. So, too, are the moves he made four years ago when the Blazers were rebuilders after LaMarcus Aldridge and three other starters left. “We had the roster turnover four years ago and everybody was quick to shoot us down, count us out,” Lillard said. “And at that point, we didn’t know for sure what direction we were going to go in.” Now they know. They’re heading to Oakland and the Western Conference final. ___ Tim Reynolds is a national basketball writer for The Associated Press. Write to him at»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 13th, 2019Related News

Medical mission sa Teresa Rizal, matagumpay

PINANGUNAHAN ni Shalala, dating Miss Saigon Ima Castro, Madam Cecille at Pete Bravo ngIntele Builders, Rancho Bravo, at Pugad  Lawin Philippines Inc., Quirino Chapter sa pakikipagtungan ng H &H Makeover Salon, Escobar Travel and Tours ang Medical Mission noong May 1 sa Teresa, Rizal. Nagkaroon ng free haircut, free circumcision, at napagkaooban ng 150 bags of toiletries at umbrellas ang ibang residente ng ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesMay 7th, 2019Related News