I remembered my friend who is always enthusiastic about sharing stories of her
European trips aboard the famous Euro train which she had easily visited the whole of the beautiful
continent by just jumping from one train to another.
In the Philippines, the railway system has a very bad image, a bad reputation: dilapidated trains and coaches, dangerous rides, accidents, piles [...]
Vice-President Jojo Binay is receiving lots of criticisms after he virtually
exonerated the Bar Exams Blast suspect after it turned himself to authorities through the facilitation of
the Vice-President and former justice secretary Bello.
The suspect is Anthony Nepomuceno who is being tagged by the National Bureau of Investigation as the person who was identified by witnesses that threw a hand [...]
Associate Justice Mariano del Castillo has been most recently one of the most
controversial Supreme Court justice due accusations of plagiarism on the majority decision he penned on the
Vinuya et al vs. Executive Secretary for which a purported 22 parts of the decision were directly lifted
from foreign sources without attribution.
The issue spurred academic and legal discussions with the [...]
Latest Philippine Weathers News Updates: Just after the Philippines has been
devastated by Super Typhoon Juan, it is expecting another typhoon to enter its territory early next
The purported new typhoon will named “Katring” and is brewing in the Marianas Islands down the Pacific and with its direction going up, it may hit the northern part of the country [...]
After the majority of the Supreme Court Justices absolved their colleague Associate Justice Mariano C. Del Castillo for plagiarism as regards to the majority decision he penned on the Vinuya et al vs. Executive Secretary case involving the Filipina comfort women asking the Japanese government for compensation, the highest court of the land is committing another grave mistake of asking [...]
President Aquino announced today that he had signed the amnesty to all mutineers
that had participated in a coup against the administration of Gloria Arroyo in a move to usher in unity and
reconciliation. This amnesty will include Sen. Trillanes who is detained and had not since performed his
official duty in the Senate.
The said amnesty was forwarded to [...]
He is known to be a business genius enjoying the admiration from the sector he has
dominated for years. But San Miguel Corporation president Ramon Ang is now proving himself as a sage
Ang shared during an interview with Inquirer last week that the Philippines is set to experience a power and water shortage by the summer of 2011 – [...]
The report made by the IIRC or the Incident Investigation and Review Committee regarding very much controversial Manila Bus Hostage crisis last August 23 where an erring dismissed police officer took a bus full with foreigners. The hostage crisis ended in a bloody situation with Captain Mendoza taking bullets and dying on the spot and some foreigners also dead. The [...]
With the rest of the Filipino people, I wish to offer our deepest condolences to the families of the victims whose lives were lost in the hostage situation at the Quirino Grandstand. The Secretary of Foreign Affairs has conveyed our deep feelings of sorrow to the Foreign Minister of the People’s Republic of China and the people of Hong Kong [...]
A torture video was watched by millions of televiewers last night on ABS-CBN with a
suspect of a hold-up naked and being physically abused by police officers in a community police station in
The secretary of the Justice Department and former Commission on Human Rights chief strongly condemned the action of police officers saying,
“There is no place in our society [...]