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Triple whammy for Filipino farmers: pandemic, liberalization and human rights abuses

For defending his right to till the land, Peña has been labeled by the military as a communist. “Even before the lockdown, soldiers have been harassing and spying on me as I have been active against companies and government projects encroaching in our farms,” said Peña. By AARON MACARAEG Bulatlat.com MANILA – Redo Peña, a… The post Triple whammy for Filipino farmers: pandemic, liberalization and human rights abuses appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Source: Bulatlat BulatlatCategory: NewsOct 29th, 2020Related News

Dumalaw na tikbalang kay Kim hindi peke; ‘U-Turn’ mananakot na bukas

TOTOO at hindi peke ang tila tikbalang na nakunang nakasilip sa bintana ng kwartong kinaroroonan ni Kim Chiu. Sa isang video, isang spiritual healer ang nakausap ng tinaguriang Millennial Horror Queen tungkol sa nag-viral niyang litrato kung saan may nakasama umano itong tikbalang. Sabi ng spiritual healer sa dalaga, “Sila ‘yung mas nauna sa atin […] The post Dumalaw na tikbalang kay Kim hindi peke; ‘U-Turn’ mananakot na bukas appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsOct 28th, 2020Related News

Healer at the Loom

Boy Noriega taught me about Chekhov and indirection, the art of saying something by saying something else......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsSep 14th, 2020Related News

Gov t ready to 'redo' gains as coronavirus seen to worsen poverty

Newly appointed NEDA chief lists down his marching orders from President Duterte: an economic recovery plan, speeding up infrastructure projects and the roll-out of the national ID system......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsApr 21st, 2020Related News

When the healer needs healing: The story of a doctor who battled Covid-19

There are 106 million people in the Philippines, and only six doctors for every 10,000 people, according to the World Health Organization......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsApr 17th, 2020Related News

Join Vic & Pauleen’s prayer brigade

Besides minding our physical well-being and our mental health (discussed by Hopeline head Jeannie Goulbourn in yesterday’s Funfare), it’s also important to strengthen our spiritual side, our faith in The Great Healer......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesMar 25th, 2020Related News

Psychic Healer, Nabulabog sa nga Gumagalang Anino

Mga ka-Misteryo napansin niyo bang dumami ngayon ang mga gumagalang anino na sa tingin ng isang psychic healer ay masamang pangitain sanhi ng covid-19 pandemic......»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsMar 25th, 2020Related News

Bagsik ng COVID-19 maagang naibabala ng psychic healer

Mga ka-Misteryo, naalala ni Rodel ng Makati ang ­babala ng kilala niyang psychic healer ilang taon na ang ­lumipas na may mabagsik na sakit na kakalat sa buong mundo......»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsFeb 24th, 2020Related News

House panel head bats for K-12 redo

The chairman of the House of Representatives’ Ways and Means on Saturday proposed  a “comprehensive education reform agenda” in response to President Rodrigo Duterte’s directive requiring  the Department of Education  to study changes to the K-12 program. .....»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: NewsFeb 9th, 2020Related News

Christmas in our hearts

Christmas came into our hearts early this year when Jose Mari Chan generously offered to put together a grand show to support a good cause. He heard about the Divine Healer Academy of Sorsogon and was so moved to help our underprivileged students continue their education,” said the mission school’s founder Father Gerard Deveza......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsDec 7th, 2019Related News

Pasyente ay mga ET

MGA ka-Misteryo isang ­kakaibang karanasan ang ibinahagi sa #TeamMisteryo ng isang psychic ­healer na itago natin sa pa­ngalang Lando ng Makati......»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsOct 13th, 2019Related News

Maghintay at magbantay

Ilang araw nang umiikot ang balita na sa susunod na Martes, Oktubre 8, ilalabas na ng Korte Suprema na nauupo bilang Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) ang desisyon sa protesta ng natalong kandidatong si Bongbong Marcos laban kay Bise Presidente Leni Rob­redo. Maaalala natin na noong nakaraang buwan pa lang, natapos na ang recount sa tatlong pilot provinces na tinukoy ni Marcos sa kanyang protesta – ang Camarines Sur, Iloilo, at Negros Oriental – at inaasahang batay sa ulat sa recount na ito, makapagbababa ng desisyon ang PET......»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsOct 4th, 2019Related News

Mom drowns her 11-month-old baby in a pail of water

CEBU CITY, Philippines — A 31-year-old mother was arrested after she allegedly drowned her 11-month-old baby girl inside the toilet of a rented room in Barangay Santo Niño, Cebu City on July 26. The mom, who is from Misamis Occidental, was in Cebu to have her baby treated by an arbularyo or faith healer in […] The post Mom drowns her 11-month-old baby in a pail of water appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 26th, 2019Related News

Chile amateur goes from no big victories to Masters

DOUG FERGUSON, AP Golf Writer   HONOLULU (AP) — Toto Gana hit what he described as the 'best shot I've hit in my whole life,' a wedge to 3 feet for a birdie to win the Latin America Amateur Championship and earn a trip to the Masters in April. His best shot produced his biggest trophy. Asked what his greatest achievement in golf was before his victory in Panama, the 19-year-old from Chile said: 'I didn't have any achievements, to be honest. I had won a couple of tournaments at home when I was really, really young.' The Latin America Amateur completed its third year, a stroke-play tournament created by Augusta National, the USGA and the Royal & Ancient to spur growth in that part of the world. It follows the successful launch of the Asia Pacific Amateur. The Asia Pacific Amateur is producing a higher pedigree of champions — Hideki Matsuyama won twice, and the winner last year was Curtis Luck, the reigning U.S. Amateur champion. The last two Latin America winners were surprises — Gana and 16-year-old Paul Chaplet of Costa Rica last year. The other winner was Matias Dominguez of Chile, who was a junior at Texas Tech. Gana said the only hard part about his victory was beating Joaquin Niemann of Chile, one of his best friends who won the Junior World in 2015 at Torrey Pines. 'I really never thought I could win this tournament because all the other players have won many other tournaments, very big tournaments,' Gana said in a conference call after his victory Sunday. 'What I did was keep a cool head. When I saw that I had a chance to win, I believed in myself that I could do. And I gave it my all.' Chile will have a player represented at Augusta National for the second time in three years. The only other Chilean player at the Masters was Enrique Orellana, who missed the cut in 1964. Gana has flair, and he showed how much passion he has for golf when explaining how he got started. 'When I was a little boy, 8 years old, my stepfather taught me to play golf on the practice range,' he said. 'When I shot a really nice shot, I never quit.' Gana will be enrolling at Lynn University in Florida. ___ BLOOMING START: Justin Rose played the Sony Open as part of the new 'strength of field' regulation on the PGA Tour that requires players who played fewer than 25 events last year to add a tournament they had not played in four years. Rose was so excited about this year that he might have started earlier if he would have been eligible. He failed to win a PGA Tour event for the first time since 2009. But in a year slowed by injury, Rose geared himself for golf's return to the Olympics and won the gold medal in Rio. That was worth an exemption into the four majors (Rose already is eligible for them), but the PGA Tour did not offer a spot in SBS Tournament of Champions. 'I didn't inquire,' Rose said about Kapalua. 'But in my mind, I was surprised that it didn't count in a way, just because, why wouldn't it? It's a one-off thing.' He thought maybe the tour would only give a spot to Kapalua if the gold medalist was already a PGA Tour member, much like it treated the HSBC Champions early on in its World Golf Championships history. Rose chuckled, however, when he realized his history in Hawaii. 'It's funny enough, I don't have the right to say I should have been at Kapalua,' he said. 'Because I've won six years in a row and I've only been once.' A birdie on the final hole at the Sony Open gave him second place alone, which was worth $648,000. ___ PLAYING TO HIS STRENGTH: Jason Dufner is the defending champion at the CareerBuilder Challenger, where he won last year for the first time since the 2013 PGA Championship at Oak Hill. What changed? Very little. He attributed the drought to a neck and shoulder injury that he suffered at the 2014 Masters. Dufner tried to play through it all year until he was forced to pull out of his title defense in the PGA Championship at Valhalla, which kept him off the Ryder Cup team. Playing with the injury led to bad habits with his swing, which led to bad shots, too many memories of bad shots and eventually shattered confidence. 'People don't realize, once you start playing, you have to redo everything,' Dufner said. 'You see it with a lot of guys coming back. It takes them 6, 8, 12 months. I spent 2015 trying to get back to where I was.' Where he wants to be is one of the top ball-strikers in the game. As for putting? He manages. Dufner has finished no higher than No. 143 in the key putting statistic over the last four years, and while he has to pay attention to his setup, it's not as though he's going to abandon what got him here (his swing) to pour everything into becoming Jordan Spieth. 'I've been putting bad for 17 years,' he said. 'It's tough to change. I can hit it good enough to make up for it. I'll wait for my weeks where I putt good and try to win.' ___ THE RACE TO MEXICO: Mackenzie Hughes won the RSM Classic, and his first thought was going to the Masters. Now that it's beginning to sink, the Canadian rookie has reason to consider other tournaments that were not on his schedule at the start of the season. First up is the World Golf Championship in Mexico. The top 10 in the FedEx Cup standings through the Honda Classic are eligible for the Mexico Championship, and there are only six tournaments between now and then. That's also true for Pat Perez, who tied for third at Kapalua and is No. 3 in the FedEx Cup. Rod Pampling is at No. 6. The other World Golf Championships event in March is based off the world ranking, so those three players have much more to do for them to get into the top 64. One player who might have secured his spot was Kevin Kisner, who shot 60 in the third round of the Sony Open and wound up in a tie for fourth. That took Kisner from No. 51 to No. 41, making it difficult to fall that far in two months. ___ DIVOTS: Justin Thomas moving to No. 8 in the world means that six of the top 10 players are under 30. ... The Golf Writers Association of America has voted former PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem for the William D. Richardson Award for outstanding contributions to golf. For the GWAA's award for press cooperation, it was a tie between Ben Crenshaw and Stewart Cink. They will be honored at the GWAA annual awards dinner on April 5 in Augusta. ... The three courses used for the CareerBuilder Challenge — PGA West Stadium Course, PGA West Nicklaus and La Quinta — ranked among the top 10 in easiest courses on the PGA Tour last year. ... The fourth Latin America Amateur Championship will be played at Prince of Wales Country Club next year in Santiago, Chile. ... The European Tour now has eight events in its Rolex Series with China-based HNA Group signing a five-year deal to be title sponsor of the French Open. That will raise the purse to $7 million in line with other Rolex Series events. ___ STAT OF THE WEEK: Justin Thomas hit 34 drives that went at least 330 yards during his two weeks in Hawaii — 20 on the Plantation Course at Kapalua, 14 at Waialae Country Club. ___ FINAL WORD: 'If there's no defense, then you ought to be able to make birdies. If there's wind, you ought to be struggling.' — Kevin Kisner. .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 18th, 2017Related News
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Count shows Moise winning Haiti vote; challengers protest

PORT-AU-PRINCE — A political newcomer backed by Haiti's previous elected leader easily won a presidential election redo against 26 rivals, according to preli.....»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: WorldNov 29th, 2016Related News

Haiti council says presidential vote redo to be held Nov. 20

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Authorities in Haiti have issued a new timetable for the country's repeatedly postponed presidential election......»»

Source: Mb.com.ph Mb.com.phCategory: NewsOct 15th, 2016Related News

CAMPI to redo 2020 sales target; 500,000 units seen conservative

The domestic motor vehicle industry will review its 2020 sales target of 500,000 units with the objective of accelerating the growth.....»»

Source: Mb.com.ph Mb.com.phCategory: NewsSep 2nd, 2016Related News