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People’s Champ faces million-dollar lawsuit

People’s Champ faces million-dollar lawsuit

People’s Champ and Sarangani Representative Manny Pacquiao is facing another battle, this time not inside the boxing ring but in court. The boxing icon, recent winner of the super-welterweight crown against Mexican Antonio Margarito

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Manny Pacquiao wins his 8th world title

Manny Pacquiao wins his 8th world title

Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao has once again proven that he is the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world today. This was after he convincingly defeated Mexican Antonio Margarito for their 12-round World Boxing

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Men’s 9-Ball singles finals net 2nd Asiad gold for RP

Men’s 9-Ball singles finals net 2nd Asiad gold for RP

A former fisherman from Surigao del Sur scored the country’s second gold medal in the ongoing 16th Asian Games (Asiad) in Guangzhou, China. Dennis Orcollo disposed Korean Jeong young Hwa in the semifinals and

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Iloilo City among the world’s Top 100 Outsourcing Cities

Iloilo City among the world’s Top 100 Outsourcing Cities

A worldwide study conducted by services globalization and investment advisory firm Tholons has ranked the city of Iloilo in the Visayas region 98th in the list of Top 100 Outsourcing Cities. According to Global

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Global Pinoys adopt runners to help restore Pasig River

Global Pinoys adopt runners to help restore Pasig River

On October 10, 2010, Filipinos from all walks of life and all over the world will come together for the 10.10.10 Run for the Pasig River to help restore the dying river to its

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Fair grade for Noy’s first 100 days

Fair grade for Noy’s first 100 days

Members of the Philippine Senate gave President Aquino a fair grade for his performance during his first 100 days in Malacañang. Sen. Joker Arroyo said the President deserves the high marks because of the

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DepEd to hold public consultations on K+12 program

DepEd to hold public consultations on K+12 program

The Dept. of Education (DepEd) has formally launched its K+12 program as it held firm on its claim that students need additional 2 years to remain competitive especially for overseas employment. Education Secretary Armin

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Strongest typhoon in years rammed RP

Strongest typhoon in years rammed RP

The most powerful typhoon to hit the country in years rammed northern Philippines on Monday killing 10 people before exiting to South China Sea as it headed towards China and Vietnam. Super Typhoon “Juan”

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Chinese-Filipino kidnap victims freed

Chinese-Filipino kidnap victims freed

Eight kidnap victims of Chinese-Filipino descent, including seven school children, were released by the kidnappers three days after they were snatched in Valenzuela City. The victims include the father of three of the children,

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Monument in Israel honors Filipinos

Monument in Israel honors Filipinos

For saving 1,200 Jews from Holocaust By Volt Contreras Philippine Daily Inquirer Posted date: June 28, 2009 MANILA, Philippines—Before Schindler’s List, there was another document—the Philippine visa—that saved hundreds of Jews from the gas

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