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All 4 PH muay fighters reach medal round


Filipino muay fighters hope to further boost the country’s stock going into the homestretch of the 4th Asian Beach Games here.

Posted: November 22nd, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Cone: Chot still the best PH coach out there


TIM CONE is aware that his name could crop up when the selection committee for the Gilas Pilipinas national squad convenes for the first time possibly next month to name the pools for what could be a new coach and players.

Posted: November 2nd, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

PH men’s softball team holds tryouts

THE AMATEUR Softball Association of the Philippines (ASAPhil) seeks to fortify the roster of the national men’s softball team by holding open tryouts starting Nov. 4 at Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila.

Posted: November 1st, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

PH bets way off Macau Open leader Hend

Elmer Salvador took over as top Filipino bet in the $900,000 Venetian Macau Open, carding a 71 for 211 to trail Australian frontrunner Scott Hend by 12 strokes after three rounds Saturday. Antonio Lascuña had a 70 for 212 while Angelo Que scored a 71 and was a stroke behind at 213 like Jay Bayron, who was the best PH player for two rounds with a 68-71 before struggling with a 74. Meanwhile, Juvic Pagunsan, with rounds of 73-70-72, was among the tailenders in the Bridgestone Open in Chiba, Japan.

Posted: October 26th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

PH moves on despite Gilas cagers debacle


As Team Philippines trudged its way to its worst showing in the Asian Games since the 1990 edition staged in Beijing, there was reason for sports officials to expect less heat than they usually receive as the country continues to struggle in the international stage.

Posted: October 5th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »



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  • Palace says Aquino gov’t desires speedy trial in massacre case
  • Cayetano claims Binays trying to buy damaging information against him
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  • Press club, other groups mark 5th anniversary of Maguindanao massacre
  • Sports

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  • PH Azkals recover to beat Laos in AFF Suzuki Cup
  • Pinoys weigh in, expect Pacquiao victory
  • Alyssa Valdez-led Ateneo dominates NU
  • Why Algieri struggled to make weight
  • Lifestyle

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  • Gantimpala’s ‘El Filibusterismo’– lean-and-mean revenge tale with haunting questions
  • How Nina Halley found Shangri-La on her 60th birthday
  • Entertainment

  • Christmas is a warm, frisky puppy
  • Engaging interviewee
  • ‘Fourth’ banks on One Direction’s maturing performing chops
  • Enrique Iglesias, Calle 13 own Latin Grammys
  • Hurtling across the expanding universe of Christopher Nolan’s vaulting imagination
  • Business

  • No takers for rest of Iloilo project
  • BSP: Favorable sentiment may bolster economy’s performance
  • PH seen posting balance of payments deficit
  • Share prices inch up
  • PH medium firms said to struggle with high tax rates
  • Technology

  • Legislator seeks probe into Uber
  • Japan biotech for surrogate sushi
  • Win a car, other prizes for Christmas; join PDI promo
  • World’s biggest solar-powered mall in PH
  • Viber’s new feature gives users ‘fly-on-the-wall’ feel
  • Opinion

  • The power problem: a Shell-driven crisis
  • Editorial Cartoon, November 22, 2014
  • Climate hope
  • Why wheels of justice grind ever so slowly
  • Growing danger of conflict?
  • Global Nation

  • Lawyer’s group slams return to work of prosecutor caught accepting bribe
  • Palace seeks review of blacklisting of foreign journalists
  • Military chief thanks WHO for statement of support
  • Immigration confirms blacklisting of foreign journalists
  • Palace advises Filipinos going abroad to stick to immigration laws
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