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‘CCT funds reached beneficiaries’

We would like to raise some clarifications on the report “COA: P5-B CCT funds lost in Philpost” by Gil C. Cabacungan (News, 9/3/14).

Posted: September 10th, 2014 in Inquirer Opinion,Letters to the Editor | Read More »

Graft overrunning ‘daang matuwid,’ impoverishes Filipino veterans

On TV one morning, there was shown a boy walking the streets of Manila begging for alms. I could not do anything but pity him. But seeing him on TV gave me a glimpse of how the P10-billion pork barrel scam must have affected our country.

Posted: June 11th, 2014 in Inquirer Opinion,Letters to the Editor | Read More »

Surviving the flood

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Religious leaders in the United States, it’s said, are “divided” over their verdict on “Noah,” a huge Hollywood blockbuster that tells the story of the biblical boat-builder.

Posted: June 10th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Toward ‘better’ families

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Leonie Nervida, 47, lives in a tiny, two-room apartment that lies at the end of a row of similarly small apartments in Barangay New Banicain in this city. She shares the single bedroom with her husband Francisco (“Nanie”) who, at 60, is 13 years older than she.

Posted: June 6th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Editor's Pick,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Grief and renewal in Tacloban

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Wilma and Jong are “Yolanda” survivors, along with their son, who is in college. But Wilma’s eyes have the dull look of grief, and tears threaten to spill when Jong fishes out his cell phone and displays a photo of their daughter Jahan, who was 15 and a high school senior when the supertyphoon hit their seaside barangay.

Posted: December 21st, 2013 in Columnists,Columns,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

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  • Escudero twits Aquino: How can you tell what your 100M bosses want?
  • A haven for wounded soldiers, lawmen
  • ‘Gentle eruption’ rocks Mayon
  • Bishop urges Albay folk to pray ‘Oratio Imperata’ for deliverance
  • Where tourists can view glowing lava
  • Sports

  • Chot Reyes vows Gilas to ‘practically die’ in Asiad to make Filipinos proud
  • Chot Reyes ‘disappointed’ with latest Fiba Rankings
  • San Beda clinches its 9th straight Final 4 berth
  • Pacquiao undergoing ‘light’ training for now, says trainer
  • Philippines climbs to world No. 31 in latest Fiba Rankings
  • Lifestyle

  • Italian fare now cooking in a Batangas town
  • Tuguegarao’s many versions of the ‘pancit batil patong’
  • Risotto-like ‘sinigang,’ ‘adobong pusit’ with milk, ‘tablea’–Chef Wars have begun
  • Dreaming about Naga City’s stuffed roast chicken with ‘laing’
  • Urban Outfitter’s ‘blood-stained’ sweatshirt, other fashion controversies
  • Entertainment

  • All of Legend in Manila
  • Aljur Abrenica hopes to stay in GMA 7, not talent center
  • Going blind anew for ‘The Voice 2’
  • A. Lipin, September 18, 2014
  • Tuldok, September 18, 2014
  • Business

  • Truck ban costs franchise firms P3B in losses
  • Asian shares mostly up on China bank report
  • Palace assures Congress: No secret details behind Aquino’s emergency powers
  • GSIS expects P1.7B from auction of 3 lots
  • Aquino invites Europeans to invest in Asia’s ‘next tiger’
  • Technology

  • Are journalists equipped with the right skills?
  • Number of websites explodes past a billion (and counting)
  • New Apple mobile software arrives Wednesday
  • Internet service getting faster, telcos tell Senate
  • Your (online) life after death
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, September 18, 2014
  • Out of the shadows
  • National need must dominate
  • Ambivalence
  • Proponents of GM rice ignore the risks
  • Global Nation

  • Paris welcomes Aquino
  • Asean integration does not bode well for PH agriculture, says exec
  • Aquino asks Europe for support in South China Sea dispute with Beijing
  • Aquino defends his administration’s human rights record
  • Filipinos not hostile toward Chinese in PH—Palace
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