Shazam-Like App Enables Smartphones To Identify Paintings

Shazam-Like App Enables Smartphones To Identify Paintings SHAZAM-LIKE APP – A Shazam-like app was created in order to identify paintings like how Shazam can identify music or soundtracks. Shazam is an app developed by Apple Inc. which enables smartphone users, both in iOS and Android, to identify music. Picture yourself walking in the mall and […]

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VIDEO: Miss Universe 2019 Mouawad Crown Cost This Much
Here’s Official Miss Universe Mouawad Crown MISS UNIVERSE 2019 – The president of Miss Universe Organization (MOU) revealed the cost of the new crown. Possible awards for beauty pageants include sashes, scepters, titles, prize money, and crowns. The world’s most coveted title, Miss Universe, was bagged by Catriona Gray. Miss Universe 2017 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters crowned […] The post VIDEO: Miss Universe 2019 Mouawad Crown Cost This Much appeared first on Philippine News.
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LizQuen “Make It With You” Teaser Trailer Release, Netizens React
LizQuen in “Make It With You” teaser trailer. MAKE IT WITH YOU – LizQuen, Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil, excites everyone for their upcoming project “Make It With You” directed by Cathy Garcia Molina. In a very brief 30-second teaser trailer recently released, Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil marked their teleserye comeback entitled “Make It […] The post LizQuen “Make It With You” Teaser Trailer Release, Netizens React appeared first on Philippine News.
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Duterte Visits “Hero” Cop Slain In Misamis Oriental School Explosion
Duterte Visits Wake Of “Hero Cop” Slain In School Explosion In Misamis Oriental DUTERETE – President Rodrigo Duterte visited the wake of the “hero cop” that was slain in the school explosion in Misamis Oriental. On Thursday (November 29, 2019), the grenade blast happened at the town of Initao in Misamis Oriental immediately spread like […] The post Duterte Visits “Hero” Cop Slain In Misamis Oriental School Explosion appeared first on Philippine News.
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WHO decries “collective failure” as measles kills 140,000
LONDON — Measles infected nearly 10 million people in 2018 and killed 140,000, mostly children, as devastating outbreaks of the viral disease hit every region of the world, the World Health Organization said on Thursday. In figures described by its director general as “an outrage”, the WHO said most of last year’s measles deaths were in children under five […] The post WHO decries “collective failure” as measles kills 140,000 appeared first on Interaksyon.
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BREAKING NEWS: Construction Retail Shop Manager Shot in Lucena City
Still Unidentified Person Shot Construction Retail Shop Manager in Lucena CONSTRUCTION RETAIL SHOP MANAGER – An officer of a shop selling construction materials was shot in Lucena City, Quezon. Every day, a lot of unfortunate incidents are happening and some lead to the loss of life. The records showed several attacks this year indicating that […] The post BREAKING NEWS: Construction Retail Shop Manager Shot in Lucena City appeared first on Philippine News.
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VIDEO: Teenage Netizen Admits She Was Lying About Being Kidnapped
Teenage Netizen Admits She Was Lying About Being Kidnapped TEENAGE NETIZEN – A teenage netizen who made a post about her being kidnapped recently admitted that she was lying. According to ABS-CBN, the teenager, under the alias Sarah, recently disclosed that there is no truth in the viral post where she claimed that she was […] The post VIDEO: Teenage Netizen Admits She Was Lying About Being Kidnapped appeared first on Philippine News.
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Pia Wurtzbach Breaks Silence on Breakup with Marlon Stockinger
Miss Universe 2015 Speaks On Breakup w/ Professional Racer Marlon Stockinger PIA WURTZBACH – The Miss Universe 2015 broke her silence on her breakup with her professional racer ex-boyfriend, Marlon Stockinger. One of the celebrity couples that hooked a lot of fans and supporters are Miss Universe 2015 Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach and Marlon Stockinger, a […] The post Pia Wurtzbach Breaks Silence on Breakup with Marlon Stockinger appeared first on Philippine News.
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Quiboloy Claims He Didn’t Stop Tisoy Because Of Bashers
Quiboloy Says Bashers Were The Reason He Didn’t Stop Tisoy QUIBOLOY – Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy (PACQ) has been the center of controversy for the past months due to his extravagant claims. Previously, he went viral for claiming that he was the reason the earthquakes in Mindanao stoped. Adding to this, he also had a […] The post Quiboloy Claims He Didn’t Stop Tisoy Because Of Bashers appeared first on Philippine News.
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PAGASA – Cloudy Skies With Scattered Rain (December 6)
PAGASA – Cloudy Skies With Scattered Rain (December 6) PAGASA – Weather bureau PAGASA recently said that there will be cloudy skies and scattered rains in parts of the Philippines this December 6. The bureau elaborated that cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms due to the cold front’s tail end will be faced […] The post PAGASA – Cloudy Skies With Scattered Rain (December 6) appeared first on Philippine News.
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#WalangPasok: Class Suspension Declared in These Areas Today (Dec 6)
Class Suspension Declared in These Areas on Friday (December 6) WALANG PASOK – Several local government units have declared class suspension in different areas due to the aftermath of Typhoon Tisoy. Throughout the week, Typhoon Tisoy brought an inclement weather condition over some parts of the country. Typhoon Kammuri lashed several areas with violent winds […] The post #WalangPasok: Class Suspension Declared in These Areas Today (Dec 6) appeared first on Philippine News.
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This Ube Soft-Serve Will Put You in a Festive Mood
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Pagasa’s Friday forecast: Cloudy skies with a chance of rain
MANILA, Philippines --- Cagayan Valley and the Cordillera Administrative Region will have cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms due to the tail-end of a cold front, the weather bureau said in its Friday 4:00 a.m. forecast.   The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said cloudy skies with light rains would prevail over the Ilocos Region due to northeast monsoon or hanging Amihan.   Metro Manila and the rest of the country, meanwhile, will experience partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rain showers due to localized thunderstorms.   As for wind system, Pagasa said Northern Luzon wo...Keep on reading: Pagasa’s Friday forecast: Cloudy skies with a chance of rain
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Kerry endorses Biden as ad cites NATO leaders mocking Trump
NEW HAMPTON, Iowa - John Kerry, the former secretary of state and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, endorsed Joe Biden for president on Thursday, buoying the former vice president's argument that his international experience should be a deciding factor for voters in 2020.     "I've never before seen the world more in need of someone who on day one can begin the incredibly hard work of putting back together the world Donald Trump has smashed apart," Kerry said in a statement.   The Biden campaign rolled out Kerry's endorsement as it continued to portray Trump as a dangerous and erratic commander in chief and head of state. The campaign amplified its a...Keep on reading: Kerry endorses Biden as ad cites NATO leaders mocking Trump
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US likely to hit China over human rights despite trade talks
WASHINGTON - Congress is poised to hand President Donald Trump a second chance in less than a month to anger the Chinese government and attack its record on human rights as he tries to deliver a long-sought trade deal with Beijing.     Members of the Senate said Thursday that they expect to quickly and easily pass legislation calling for sanctions on Chinese officials and other measures to address the brutal crackdown on the ethnic Uighur minority in China's northwest. The House passed its version in a 407-1 vote Tuesday.   Senate approval is expected within the next two weeks and could be unanimous. The White House has not commented on the legislation, ...Keep on reading: US likely to hit China over human rights despite trade talks
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Iran accuses France, Germany and UK of false missile claims
UNITED NATIONS - Iran accused France, Germany and the United Kingdom on Thursday of "a desperate falsehood" for saying its missile program goes against a U.N. resolution calling on Tehran not to undertake any activity related to nuclear-capable ballistic missiles.   Iranian officials said none of its missiles are designed to be nuclear-capable, and Iran "is determined to resolutely continue its activities related to ballistic missiles and space launch vehicles, both of which are within its inherent rights under international law."   Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and U.N. Ambassador Majid Takht Ravanchi responded separately to a letter from the three ...Keep on reading: Iran accuses France, Germany and UK of false missile claims
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Putin offers US an immediate extension to key nuclear pact
MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin offered Thursday to immediately extend the only remaining nuclear arms reduction pact with the United States, but a senior U.S. official said Washington wants a broader deal involving China.     Speaking at a meeting with military officials, Putin said that Russia has repeatedly offered the U.S. to extend the New START treaty that expires in 2021 but that it hasn't heard back.   "Russia is ready to extend the New START treaty immediately, before the year's end and without any preconditions," he said.   The pact, which was signed in 2010 by U.S. President Barack Obama and then Russian President Dmitry M...Keep on reading: Putin offers US an immediate extension to key nuclear pact
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US stocks end wobbly day with slight gains ahead of jobs report
Wall Street capped a wobbly day of trading Thursday with slight gains for the major stock indexes as technology companies and banks outweighed declines elsewhere in the market.     The muted trading came as investors looked ahead to a key government report on jobs and kept an eye on developments in the negotiations to end the trade war between the U.S. and China.   Investors are hoping that the world's two biggest economies will reach a trade deal before new U.S. tariffs go into effect Dec. 15 on some popular products made in China, including smartphones.   They're also looking for more clarity on the health of the economy. They'll get a bette...Keep on reading: US stocks end wobbly day with slight gains ahead of jobs report
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Nam Vo, queen of #DewyDumplings, bats for Bench Beauty
    Bench really aligns with my aesthetic. Everything is very fresh and timeless and healthy and beautiful. That's how I see beauty as well, so I thought it was a nice match. And I've always wanted to go to Manila and here I am," said Nam Vo. It was Wednesday afternoon and the New York-based makeup artist was on the third floor of the Bench flagship store in BGC, a couple of hours before the Bench Beauty event. "I only got in yesterday but everyone's been so warm and welcoming and I'm actually surprised how strong of a following I have here. There's some dumplings here in Manila." Oh, yes, dumplings. Dewy dumplings to be precise. "Some of the best things come...Keep on reading: Nam Vo, queen of #DewyDumplings, bats for Bench Beauty
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Why theater remains relevant in our lifetime
  Early in August 2016, just a little over a month since he'd been sworn into office, President Duterte gave his go signal for the burial of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos in the Libingan ng Mga Bayani. Needless to say, the uproar that ensued was deafening, the wounds inflicted by this national insult yet another sign that change, to pluck the words out of Duterte's mouth, had indeed come. In October of that year, the Manila theater community unveiled its swift response in the best way it knew how. Organized in just two months, "Never Again: Voices of Martial Law" assembled nine one-act plays that became a collective reminder of the terrors of the Marcos dictatorship, ...Keep on reading: Why theater remains relevant in our lifetime
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Study links vaping to rare lung disease
PARIS---Doctors treating a patient with a rare lung disease usually caused by exposure to industrial metals say it may instead be the first case linked to vaping. Electronic cigarettes are sold as safer alternatives to traditional tobacco products and as aids to stop smoking. But they have been implicated in a growing number of recent deaths and health alerts, especially in the United States.Researchers at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) said the patient had hard-metal pneumoconiosis, typically found in people exposed to metals such as cobalt or tungsten used in tool sharpening or diamond polishing. It causes a persistent cough and breathing difficulties, and leav...Keep on reading: Study links vaping to rare lung disease
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Beauty gifts for less than P1,000
  Christmas is the time to stock up on beauty essentials and lifesavers that make bath time better and improve your daily routine. Think of this when you're looking for stocking stuffers. Pop in at Beauty Bar and discover gifts that your loved ones will appreciate. For example, you forget the value of a good balm until you need one in the middle of a dry day. It may seem simple, but Dr. Pawpaw Shea Butter Balm is essential for men and women. It's a cure for chapped lips but is also a quick fix for small cuts. It's a wonder product for dry elbows and also for nail cuticles and hair. If your gift recipients want the hand care to go a step further, give them a tube of c...Keep on reading: Beauty gifts for less than P1,000
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There’s more where that came from
  Gilas Pilipinas missed two free throws and a 3-pointer inside the first two minutes of its keenly awaited debut in the 30th Southeast Asian Games on Wednesday night. That was about as bad as it could get for the national dribblers, who flayed Singapore, 110-58, at the start of 5x5 basketball at Mall of Asia Arena. It wasn't as bad, though, as the news national coach Tim Cone has for the rest of the field---if they think they witnessed a beating, wait till Gilas Pilipinas gets to them. "I don't think we played our best basketball tonight," said Cone. Cue the shivers. The basketball court has always been the stomping ground of Filipinos in the regional Olympics...Keep on reading: There’s more where that came from
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#SparklingSMallidays: Top 10 ‘balikbayan’ activities
As each day brings us closer to Christmas, Lifestyle.INQ and SM Supermalls have partnered for a series about gift-giving and holiday ideas. Each week we will have videos and lists all to help you get just what you need to spread Christmas cheer. Visit lifestyle.inquirer.net. For Filipinos, the holidays are a time for family. It's that wonderful time of the year when relatives and friends spread out across the world will finally gather in one place to make up for lost time. What better place to extend such grand gatherings than in an all-in-one spot, where every member of the family will have something to enjoy? Here we round up the top 10 activities you can enjoy with your balikbay...Keep on reading: #SparklingSMallidays: Top 10 ‘balikbayan’ activities
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Nam Vo’s guide to social media: Be authentic and do it with intention
Nam Vo, the New York-based makeup artist who was in Manila for a Bench Beauty event, has words of wisdom: "You have to know how to use social media rather than let it use you." To say that Vo is social media-savvy is an understatement. She wields her hashtags like she does her makeup brushes, having amassed a following of over 200,000 on Instagram and creating #DewyDumplings, a delicious name for that glowy, highlighter-blessed makeup look. "It's kind of hypocritical for me to say because I've made a career out of social media, but it's a hard world to navigate in," she said. Here are some of her tips: 1) Figure out what your brand voice is. "I think that too many people j...Keep on reading: Nam Vo’s guide to social media: Be authentic and do it with intention
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Jobless, underemployment rates fell to 14-year lows in October
The share of jobless and underemployed Filipinos in the labor force fell to 14-year lows in October, as the country enjoyed a "vibrant" employment market despite an increasing population, the government reported on Thursday. Results of the Philippine Statistics Authority's (PSA) latest Labor Force Survey showed that the unemployment rate declined to 4.5 percent in October from 5.1 percent a year ago. National Statistician Claire Dennis Mapa said the number of unemployed persons in the labor force went down to 2.05 million in October from 2.2 million in the same month last year. As such, the number of employed Filipinos climbed to 43.2 million from 41.3 million during the same pe...Keep on reading: Jobless, underemployment rates fell to 14-year lows in October
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SMC to raise $3B to bankroll infra projects
Conglomerate San Miguel Corp. seeks to boost its funding pool for big-ticket infrastructure projects by setting up a medium term notes (MTN) program worth $3 billion. SMC also obtained approval from its board to raise as much as P60 billion by offering short-term commercial paper in various tranches in the next three years. For the offshore debt paper, SMC board has approved the issuance of an initial tranche of $500 million worth of perpetual securities out of this program, the company disclosed to the Philippine Stock Exchange on Thursday. The MTN program and initial issuance of perpetual securities will both be registered at the Singapore Exchange, the disclosure added. SM...Keep on reading: SMC to raise $3B to bankroll infra projects
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PSEi bucks upswing in region, closes slightly lower
The local stock barometer dipped below 7,800 on Thursday, bucking the upswing seen across most markets in the region as US-China trade deal jitters eased. The main-share Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) fell by 25.02 points, or 0.32 percent, to close at 7,790.91. Christopher Mangun, head of research at AAA Equities, said most Asian markets tracked the overnight rise in Western markets amid reports that the US and China were close to a "phase one" deal alongside comments from US President Donald Trump that the talks were going very well even a final deal may not happen until after the 2020 election. "Here at the PSE it was a different story, the main index ended slightly lo...Keep on reading: PSEi bucks upswing in region, closes slightly lower
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Naia hiring Pasay seniors as airport ushers
About a hundred senior citizens in Pasay City are being hired as airport employees after the local government signed an agreement with the Manila International Airport Authority, Department of Labor and Employment, and Ang Probinsyano party-list group. Under the memorandum of agreement (MOA) signed on Wednesday, the senior citizens will be serving as ushers for 15 days at Ninoy Aquino International Airport. They would serve for three hours in the morning and three hours in the afternoon, assigned to "tasks that are not physically (taxing)" such as guiding airline passengers to their assigned areas, the right queues, or the proper offices that can address their concerns. Each one of...Keep on reading: Naia hiring Pasay seniors as airport ushers
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DOTR rolls out P18.7-B Davao bus project
The Department of Transportation is implementing an P18.7-billion "high priority bus system" in Davao beginning next year.In a statement on Thursday, the DOTr said the project was given the go-ahead by the board of the National Economic and Development Authority. To be implemented under the DOTr's Davao Public Transport Modernization Project, the bus system will involve interconnected services along a 137-kilometer core network and 489-km in feeder routes. The DOTr said the objective was to provide an "efficient and affordable mode of transport for Davaoeos." The government aims to fund the project through a loan from the Asian Development Bank. "This administration is all ab...Keep on reading: DOTR rolls out P18.7-B Davao bus project
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AC Energy beefs up renewables portfolio
AC Energy Philippines Inc. is revving up its renewables business, expecting to power up within the next 12 months several generation assets with an aggregate capacity of 550 megawatts. "(Going) forward, we'll be focusing a lot on renewables and peaking plants," ACEPH president Eric Francia said in a press briefing. Peaking plants are those that operate and augment supply in the grid when during peak demand hours. Francia said ACEPH's greenfield projects --- ones that do not involve prior work --- include two solar facilities. One is a 120-MW plant in Alaminos, Laguna, and another is a 60-MW plant in Palauig, Zambales. "We are going to issue the notice to proceed very soon but...Keep on reading: AC Energy beefs up renewables portfolio
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Q3 foreign investment pledges jump 328%
Despite lingering uncertainties as the Corporate Income Tax and Incentives Reform Act (Citira) seems to have gotten stuck in Congress, investment pledges made by foreign firms jumped by 327.9 percent to P182.4 billion in the third quarter from P42.6 billion a year ago, thanks to a surge in information and communication technology (ICT) projects.These represent the amount of foreign-led projects approved by the country's seven investment promotion agencies (IPAs) from July to September this year, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported on Thursday. When these foreign investors' commitments materialize, usually after a couple of years, they will then be reported as foreign di...Keep on reading: Q3 foreign investment pledges jump 328%
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Significant triumphs mark Inquirer Indie Bravo! Awards’ 10-year milestone
(First of two parts)   Another year, another batch of honorees. But this year's edition of the Inquirer Indie Bravo! Awards is particularly special because it doesn't merely pay tribute to the country's ever-growing number of film practitioners bringing pride and honor to the Philippines; it also marks the 10th year since the Inquirer began chronicling their triumphs on the international stage.   Inquirer Entertainment renews its commitment to encourage the country's film artists---from directors and actors to the rest of the production team---as well as generate engaged interest in their work.   Indie Bravo's decade-long support for the indie community h...Keep on reading: Significant triumphs mark Inquirer Indie Bravo! Awards’ 10-year milestone
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Swimming star Joseph Schooling has soft spot for Filipinos
NEW CLARK CITY --- Classes have started and Joseph Schooling has the floor, err, the pool. An Olympic gold medal winner who pulled off the trick in Rio de Janeiro at the expense of the legendary Michael Phelps, Schooling towed the Singapore squad to the 4X200-meter freestyle gold in record style late Wednesday and dazzled local swimming fans in closing out the day's activities at NCC Aquatics Center here. "I'm very pleased to come to the Philippines to swim. It's a beautiful pool, the crowd is amazing, very fun to come here for the first time," said Schooling after the awarding ceremony where he was swarmed by the media. More than the venue and the crowd, Schooling has a sof...Keep on reading: Swimming star Joseph Schooling has soft spot for Filipinos
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Margielyn Didal hopes victory becomes pro-skate park statement
TAGAYTAY - Fresh off her golden performance in the Southeast Asian Games, skateboarding star Margielyn Didal renewed her call for more facilities for the emerging sport in the country, saying the three medals won in the Game of SKATE event was a testament of the Philippines' immense potential in the sport. "We have to wake up," Didal said. "It's just the first event in skateboarding and we already have three medals. We don't even have skate parks. Can you imagine if we have facilities, I'm sure there will be more medals to come." The 20-year-old Didal, the reigning Asian Games skateboarding street champion, ruled the first of her two events, overwhelming teammate Christiana Mea...Keep on reading: Margielyn Didal hopes victory becomes pro-skate park statement
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No more promises from Aminam as PH eyes end of 5×5 gold drought
MANILA, Philippines---Jack Animam has had a history of making promises and fulfilling them. But amid the Philippines' gold medal campaign in women's basketball of the 30th Southeast Asian Games, Animam would rather play it safe and let the game do the talking. "All I can say right now is that we're just going to take it one game at a time. We can't be complacent. We can't afford to relax," Animam, who recently vowed and kept her word by delivering the Philippines a gold in 3x3 basketball, said in Filipino on Thursday night. https://sports.inquirer.net/375889/sea-games-animam-guarantees-gold-for-gilas-pilipinas-women-in-3x3 Still in search of its first SEA Games gold in wo...Keep on reading: No more promises from Aminam as PH eyes end of 5×5 gold drought
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Troubled start ends in glory for cyclist Prado
TAGAYTAY - A nightmarish start ended in a blaze of glory for Filipino bet Jermyn Prado. Nearly disqualified for using a bike specifically used for triathlon races, Prado shook off distractions to reign supreme in the women's Individual Time Trial of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games that started in Nasugbu, Batangas and ended in the Prayer Hands Monument last Thursday. The 26-year-old Prado, a single mother to eight-year-old Princess Jaydee, saw her warmup time shortened to just 10 minutes as team officials removed a couple of contraptions before she was allowed to use her bike. "At first, I thought this wasn't the SEA Games debut that I imagined," said the former welder from P...Keep on reading: Troubled start ends in glory for cyclist Prado
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Achchha dost
The title means “good friend” in Hindi, the official language of the Republic of India.
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Pops: Martin and I can now laugh at our mistakes in the past
Pops Fernandez was admittedly nervous prior to the opening leg of her recent US tour with Martin Nievera. It had been quite a while since the ex-couple last performed together, and Pops was anxious about how things would unfold onstage. "What would we do? What should we say?" she thought. "I was anxious, anticipating what was going to happen." But when the lights went on, it was like they have never been away. "It's like riding a bike! Did that come out right?" Pops quipped, laughing in an interview for "The Royal Affair," her New Year's Eve show with Martin on Dec. 31 at The Tent at Solaire Resorts and Casino (call 88919999). After many years of performing together, navigat...Keep on reading: Pops: Martin and I can now laugh at our mistakes in the past
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Mark Neumann cites advantages of having a nonshow biz life partner
"I'm sure about her," said actor Mark Neumann when asked why he would often call long-time girlfriend, Maffy Villamor, his "fiance," even though he has yet to propose to her. The couple has been dating for four years now. The 25-year-old actor confirmed that they are now living together at his family home in Lemery, Batangas. "I'm working on that proposal. I'm just getting all the papers ready," Mark said during the 25th anniversary party of Bioessence that also coincided with the skin services brand's relaunch of its "Caring Beyond Beauty" campaign. As it turned out, securing all the documents needed for their wedding is not that easy for the German-born actor. "I contacted ...Keep on reading: Mark Neumann cites advantages of having a nonshow biz life partner
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RESULTS: November 2019 nursing licensure exam
The following is a press release from the Professional Regulation Commission. The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 7,627 out of 13,816 passed the Nurse Licensure Examination given by the Board of Nursing in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga last ...
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LOTTO RESULT December 6, 2019
LOTTO RESULT December 6, 2019 – Draws for 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/45 Mega Lotto LOTTO RESULT December 6, 2019 – Here is the official result of the 6/42 Lotto and 6/49 Super Lotto draw for today,Friday, December 6, 2019. The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office or more commonly known as PCSO got five major lotto games […] The post LOTTO RESULT December 6, 2019 appeared first on Philippine News.
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Philippines belles get back at old rivals
Gilas Pilipinas women cranked it up in the fourth quarter to edge past Indonesia, 63-56, for a winning start in the 30th Southeast Asian Games basketball competition last night at the MOA Arena.
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Gilas not taking souped-up Vietnam side for granted
Opening jitters out of the way, Gilas Pilipinas coach Tim Cone expects his high-powered charges to run a lot more fluidly as they gun for their second straight win in the Southeast Asian Games against tough Vietnam tonight before an expected big crowd at the MOA Arena.
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Jun Robles Lana is Best Director at Estonia filmfest
Jun Robles Lana won the Jury Prize for Best Director for his black and white feature Kalel, 15, at the 23rd Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival on Nov. 30 in Estonia in Northern Europe. He received a Golden Wolf trophy and 5,000 Euros cash prize or around P280,000.
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Though, Resolute, Unyielding
Team Philippines bucks slow start with late surge in another nine-gold harvest
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Weightlifters move on to bigger battles
Filipino weightlifters led by Hidilyn Diaz look to build on their breakout performance in the 30th Southeast Asian Games as they move forward to the bigger battles ahead, particularly in the chase for Olympic berths.
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Cinemalaya Best Actor will hear first operatic aria in concert at Nelly Garden
The 2019 Cinemalaya Best Actor Jansen Magpusao and John Denver Trending director Arden Rod Condez are special guests of honor in the Nelly Garden closing concert tomorrow, Dec. 7, 6:30 p.m. in Iloilo City.
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Pinoy tossers eye dream finish
The Philippine men’s volleyball team handily beat Vietnam last Wednesday, 25-20, 25-21, 25-12, and clinched a semifinal berth in the 30th Southeast Asian Games at the Philsports Arena in Pasig City.
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