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OIL companies announced a new round of price adjustments on diesel, gasoline, and kerosene on Tuesday, a week after implementing a rollback on petroleum products. Flying V will raise the price of gasoline by 20 centavos but roll back the price of kerosene by 15 centavos per liter, effective at…

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THE world of theater and showbiz lost another star as thespian actor Chinggoy Alonzo passed away on Sunday night. The Manila Times learned of the sad news from the actor’s close friends and colleagues at The Manila Metropolitan Theater Chorus’ chat group on Facebook Meanwhile, in a phone call to…

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THE deaths of two Islamic State-linked local terrorist leaders is a victory against terrorism, a Palace official said Monday. “Bravo to the Armed Forces. This clear victory against terrorism proves that the Duterte administration is resolute in delivering on its promise of peace and prosperity to the people of Mindanao.…

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FORMER education secretary Lourdes Reynes Quisumbing passed away on October 14. She was 96, according to a statement released by Miriam College on Monday. Quisumbing became the first female secretary of the then Department of Education, Culture and Sports in 1986 when she was appointed to the post by the…

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A tropical storm with the international name “Lan” entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) at 11 a.m. on Monday and was given the local name “Paolo,” the state-run weather bureau said. According to the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa), Paolo was located 1070 kilometers (km) east…

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DE LA SALLE University exacted its revenge on University of the Philippines (UP) in an emphatic fashion, hacking out an 85-62 romp at the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Season 80 men’s basketball tournament at the FilOil Flying V Center in San Juan City on Sunday. The Green…

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PUBLIC utility transport groups will hold the first of a two-day nationwide strike on Monday against a government plan to phase out jeepneys, which PUJ owners and drivers have branded as “anti-poor.” “The Duterte administration wants to massacre the livelihood of over 600,000 PUJ drivers and 300,000 small operators and…

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DETAINED Sen. Leila de Lima appealed to the public to defend a blogger who, she claimed, has been harassed and bashed on social media by supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte for criticizing seven senators who refused to support a resolution against extrajudicial killings (EJKs). “We must defend Pinoy Ako Blog,…

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THE Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Office of Consular Affairs (OCA) announced that the OCA-Aseana and all its consular offices nationwide would be closed on Monday due to a nationwide transport strike. Applicants with confirmed passport appointments on October 16 may be accommodated on any day until Oct. 30 at…

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