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Bayanihan 3 revenue sources to be discussed

The leadership of the House of Representatives and the economic managers will meet tomorrow to iron out some differences in both the spending side and the revenue side of the proposed Bayanihan to Arise as One Act or Bayanihan 3.

A Many-Splendored Thing

Isn’t the United Nations sanctioning China for its irresponsible game of sending a rocket into space, unknowing where it will land? Anyone watching the reports on TV couldn’t help worrying about the repercussions in case that rocket misfired and landed

Ceneco: Short-term extension only on Kepco power deal

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III “Short term extension only” was the reaction of newly-elected president Jojit Yap of the Central Negros Electric Cooperative Board, in reply to the appeal of Kepco-Salcon Power Corporation to extend its present agreement with Ceneco

Eleazar: Clean up precincts or get relieved

Police commanders will be held liable if their stations will be found untidy during inspections, the country’s top cop said yesterday. In his first press briefing as chief of the Philippine National Police, Gen. Guillermo Eleazar said he has instructed

Djokovic overcomes three-hour rain break to advance in Rome

World number one Novak Djokovic overcame a “strange” lengthy rain delay to beat American Taylor Fritz 6-3, 7-6 (7/5) to reach the third round of the Italian Open on Tuesday. Title holder Djokovic waited three hours to finish off the

Conversations under a mango tree

Afternoons at home nowadays revolve on far ranging topics between my house guest Jing Ramos and me while swimming under the Indian Mango tree in my backyard. Being a media consultant in booming Cebu, Jing keeps me up to date