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The defenseless

IT IS with great sadness and foreboding that we watch the news from Syria. The civil war has already claimed over 44,000 lives, and even though it seems to be entering its final phases it looks set to consume many more. The latest developments are worrying, precisely because they show steady but incremental rebel advances; [...]

Posted: December 27th, 2012 in Editor's Pick,Editorial | Read More »

All out

THE ADMINISTRATION coalition surprised itself this week with suddenly decisive action on two contentious bills pending in Congress: a plenary vote approving the amendment by substitution of the controversial Reproductive Health bill, and a committee vote endorsing the equally controversial Freedom of Information bill to the plenary. Considering the state of inaction that had claimed [...]

Posted: November 29th, 2012 in Editor's Pick,Editorial | Read More »

After Ninoy

The divers’ discovery of the remains of Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo early on Tuesday morning confirmed an anxious nation’s worst fears. The shock that followed cast a pall over most everything, including the commemoration of the anniversary of the assassination of Ninoy Aquino.

Posted: August 23rd, 2012 in Editor's Pick,Editorial | Read More »

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  • P2.6T national budget has P500B lump sum
  • ‘Inday’ slows down, maintains strength
  • Sona wrong on Zamboanga housing finish
  • Cebu cop held for extortion on woman inmate
  • Church group seeks withdrawal of Nobel bid for Aquino
  • Sports

  • UAAP men’s basketball: NU rips Adamson by 37 points for solo lead
  • UAAP men’s basketball: FEU downs UE for a share of second
  • NU targets solo UAAP lead vs Adamson
  • NCAA: Lyceum Pirates shoot for 4th straight win
  • Army Lady Troopers gain lead of Shakey’s V-League
  • Lifestyle

  • Makati’s landmark Nielson Tower–RP’s first gateway to the world–now a haven of world cuisine
  • Atypical, surprising Huaiyang cuisine
  • Romulo Café’s ‘guinataang sigarilyas’ with ‘tinapa’
  • ‘Buko’ soup, Asian spring rolls, special ‘buchi’–discovering new dishes at a favorite restaurant
  • Pasta Aligue, chicken flutes –a symphony of flavors at Paresto Café
  • Entertainment

  • PhilPop champ credits ‘lifesavers’ for triumph
  • Sexy Maya
  • Orlando Bloom throws a punch at Justin Beiber
  • Women dragged in alleged Paolo Bediones sex video break their silence
  • Marital row caught on cam
  • Business

  • Asian stocks rise, euro hit by Russia fears
  • 1.65 million more Filipinos got jobs in April—Labor Force Survey
  • Aquino urged to back FOI passage, ease FDI restrictions, others
  • PSEi goes up ahead of US Fed Reserve announcement of new monetary policy
  • RCBC plans P4.5-B stock rights offer
  • Technology

  • Japanese gov’t, publishers demand online ‘Manga’ pirates
  • Twitter flies on surprisingly strong numbers
  • China investigating Microsoft in monopoly case
  • Samsung postpones launch of Tizen smartphone
  • Customs bureau warns public vs ‘Internet love scams’
  • Opinion

  • Effective
  • ‘Carpe diem,’ Mr. President
  • Color-coded tears and memories
  • Incunabula in the Lopez Museum
  • What a difference a tear makes
  • Global Nation

  • Filipina nurse kidnapped, raped in Libya’s Tripoli—medics, security
  • Palawan Court to issue verdict on Tubbataha intruders on Aug. 5
  • Unicef boosts DSWD program with unconditional cash transfer
  • In the Know: 3 papal visits in span of 25 years
  • No mention of sea row with China good–DFA
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