Monday, January 31, 2011

ERASERHEADS - WAITING FOR A BUS

RAZORBACK - PAYASO (THE GREYTEST HITS)

Bus tumaob sa Quezon zigzag, 39 sugatan


Sa kurbada na tinatawag na "Bitukang Manok" sa Pagbilao, Quezon tumaob ang bus ng Eagle Star.

Escudero urges Reyes to face the music



MANILA, Philippines – Senator Francis Escudero on Monday downplayed former Armed Forces and Defense Secretary Angelo Reyes' filing of charges against Senate President Pro Tempore Jinggoy Estrada.

A P1 increase in the minimum fare for public utility jeepneys nationwide, which will take effect on Wednesday.


MANILA, Philippines - (UPDATED) The Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) approved on Monday a P1 increase in the minimum fare for public utility jeepneys nationwide, which will take effect on Wednesday.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Bacolod high school sophomore new Sudoku champ



MANILA, Philippines—Timothy James Tan, a mainstay of the national mathematics team, is the country's new Sudoku champion.

Pacquiao, Mosley head for high-altitude training


MANILA, Philippines – Manny Pacquiao and Shane Mosley are both heading to the mountains for high-altitude training as they rev up for their May 7 world welterweight title clash at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

11 perish in Navotas fire


MANILA, Philippines – Eleven people, including a six-month-old baby, died Sunday when a four-hour fire razed a crowded neighborhood in Navotas City.

Who is Charice's Valentine?


MANILA, Philippines - International singing sensation Charice will be spending Valentine's day with

Palace to former PGMA: Speak up if there’s nothing to hide


MANILA, Philippines - Former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo should be confident enough to tell the public that she has nothing to do with the scandal in the military, a Malacanang official said.

Bus bombing survivors recall tragedy


MAKATI CITY, Philippines - After visiting the lone survivor of the Eton tragedy, Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin "Junjun" Binay also visited 2 of the victims of the Makati bus bombing.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Beermen bounce back, crush Texters in Game 3


MANILA, Philippines – The San Miguel Beermen came back strong against the Talk N Text Tropang Texters with a breakthrough win in Game 3 of their Best-of-7 PBA Philippine Cup finals series on Friday.

University of Santo Tomas celebrates 400th anniversary


MANILA, Philippines - A Philippine university that bills itself as the oldest in Asia launched its 400th anniversary celebrations with fanfare this week.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Miyembro ng Team Azkals, natutuwa sa mainit na pagtanggap ng mga taga-Bacolod


Gustuhin man ng Azkals na tumutok sa ensayo, hindi pa rin maiwasang maantala ang kanilang skedyul dahil sa mga fans.

Gov't searches for 2 'persons of interest' in bus blast


MANILA, Philippines - Law enforcers are searching for 2 "persons of interest" who can give information about the deadly EDSA bus blast that killed 5 people and injured 13 others last Tuesday.

Palace announces oil firm discount for public transport


MANILA, Philippines—Pilipinas Shell has started to implement a one-peso-per-liter discount for public transportation vehicles,

A skeptic discovers the healing power of crystals


NATURAL CRYSTALS have become mainstream in recent years. While most people buy crystals in jewelry form for their aesthetic value, many have begun buying them for their healing properties.

Solons want Arroyo probed over military 'send-off' mess


MANILA, Philippines—A deeper look into the revelations about the P50-million “send-off money” to former Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief of staff Angelo Reyes could point to the culpability of the commander-in-chief, who was then former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, a lawmaker said Friday.

Red-hot TNT goes for 3-0 lead this Friday



Game Friday (Araneta Coliseum)
7 p.m. — SMB vs TNT (Game 3)

Thursday, January 27, 2011

UST prays for peaceful anniversary rites


MANILA, Philippines - The University of Sto. Tomas (UST), which will celebrate its 400th founding anniversary on Friday, is heightening security following the bus bombing on Tuesday that killed 5 people.

Witnesses recall death fall from Makati building


MAKATI CITY, Philippines – Images of human bodies bent and broken like ragdolls are haunting witnesses and emergency workers who were among the first to respond to a construction site accident in Makati City on Thursday.

Wolfgang - Natutulog Kong Mundo (video)

SIAKOL- Lakas tama (video)

Franco - Song For The Suspect (video)

10 workers killed after falling off Makati building



MANILA, Philippines (3rd UPDATE) – Ten construction workers were killed and one injured after falling off a building in Makati City Thursday, officials said.

Gerald not wooing Kim back



MANILA, Philippines - Gerald Anderson has denied rumors that he’s trying to win the young actress’ heart again after their alleged break-up last year.

DSWD eyes sensitivity training for public on victims of emergencies, calamities



MANILA, Philippines (PNA) — Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman is mulling the possibility of holding sensitivity seminars for the public

10 construction workers die in Makati accident



MANILA, Philippines — Authorities say at least 10 workers were killed at a building construction site in Makati City on Thursday when a motorized gondola supporting them collapsed.

Taguig intensifies drive vs 'habal-habal'


MANILA, Philippines — Sixteen motorcycles engaged in illegal operation known as “Habal-habal” were recently apprehended by authorities in Taguig City following an intensified crackdown on illegal public utility vehicles.

Inspeksyon sa MRT, mga bus mas pinatindi



Mistulang rush hour kung makipagsiksikan ang mga pasahero sa ilang MRT station, isang araw matapos ang pagsabog sa isang bus sa EDSA. Karamihan sa kanila, takot nang sumakay sa mga bus.

Ogie Diaz tinira si Charice; Charice fans gumanti



Sa maiksing pamamalagi ni Charice sa bansa nu'ng unang linggo ng Enero para sa kanyang back-to-back concert, pinuna ng ilang press ang umano'y sobrang higpit ng seguridad sa singing sensation. Ito rin ang naging laman ng kontrobersyal na Twitter posts ng show biz host at columnist na si Ogie Diaz.

Dreams die with young breadwinners killed in bus bombing


MANILA, Philippines – When 5 people were killed in the Jan. 25 bus blast, the dream for better lives of dozen others in their families perished, too.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Muslim militants eyed in EDSA bus carnage



MANILA - Muslim militants from the remote southern Philippines may have been behind a bus bomb attack in the nation's financial hub that killed 5 people, authorities said on Wednesday.

Jan. 25 Manila Bus Bombing – Who Did It?



In the early years of the discovery of Southeast Asia’s interlinked terrorist groups, authorities could look at the elements of a bomb – the chemicals used, the detonator, the crater left behind – and find the

PH links Muslim militants to bus carnage



MANILA – (UPDATE 2) Muslim terrorists from the remote southern Philippines may have been behind a bus bomb attack in the nation's financial hub that killed five people, authorities said on Wednesday.

What the Year of the Rabbit holds for your love life and fortune



ON FEB. 2, fill your dining table with fruits, particularly pineapple, pomelo, orange, apple, banana, grapes and dragon fruit, to attract money, harmony and prosperity. And, who doesn’t want that?

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Thorough probe into demolition ordered



MANILA, Philippines – President Aquino Tuesday ordered a thorough investigation into the violent demolition of shanties of informal settlers in a village in San Juan to prevent a repeat of the incident.

Angelica haunted by an 'engkanto' from Palawan?



MANILA, Philippines – Real life couple Angelica Panganiban and Derek Ramsay and their friends had an unusual vacation in Palawan where they claimed to have encountered an engkanto or forest spirit.

4 dead, 14 hurt in bus explosion along EDSA


MANILA, Philippines (8th UPDATE) – Four people were killed and 14 others were injured in an explosion that ripped through a passenger bus along Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) in Makati City on Tuesday afternoon.

Manny Pacquiao opens tattoo shop in US



MANILA, Philippines - He already owns high-end fashion boutiques and apparels, coffee shop, water refilling and gas stations and has a best selling music album. But People's Champ Manny Pacquiao has no plans of slowing down.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Christian OKs Rachelle Ann's romance with John


MANILA, Philippines – Asia’s Pop Idol Christian Bautista admitted that he is happy for his former sweetheart Rachelle Ann Go who is currently in a romantic relationship with dancer-actor John Prats.

WHO calls for junk food ban in schools, playgrounds


GENEVA - Junk food should not be sold in schools and playgrounds, the World Health Organization said Friday in a series of recommendations aimed at promoting a healthy diet and cutting child obesity.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Dingdong Dantes shares his plan on Valentine’s day with Marian Rivera



Bagaman busy sa maraming commitments, umaasa pa rin si Dingdong Dantes na magkakaroon sila ng panahon ng girlfriend na si Marian Rivera sa Valentine’s day para mapuntahan ang lugar na sinasabing ubod ng lamig ngayon. Alamin kung saan ito.

The unfairness of the Internet



MANILA, Philippines — I managed my company's network for more than seven years and we always had excellent Internet connection until some guys from my own department discovered BitTorrent.

Victory in Victorias is battlecry


Game Saturday (Victorias City)
5:30 p.m. — SMB vs TNT

Lucky Stars



On February 3, a new animal year will come hopping in. According to Feng Shui experts, the year of the Rabbit will be a lot calmer and more smooth-sailing than the previous Tiger year. This, however, does not mean that we could all expect a lucky year.

QC police official sacked; 8 carnap suspects fall



MANILA, Philippines — A Quezon City police station commander was relieved from his post on Friday following the kidnap-slay of car dealer Venson Evangelista and the carnapping of the van of radio personality Carl Balita.

Still no closure for Nyoy, Nina



MANILA, Philippines - Ex-lovers Nyoy Volante and Nina are still at it.

Friday, January 21, 2011

'Glee' creators say Charice back in a big way



LOS ANGELES – There have been conflicting reports on when Charice will be back on “Glee”. But in an exclusive interview with ABS-CBN, the show’s creator shared details on when and how the young star will return as Sunshine Corazon.

Donaire out to prove doubters wrong vs. Montiel


MANILA, Philippines — Hounded by numerous distractions left and right, Nonito Donaire, Jr. has his eyes fixed on the prize as his “biggest day” to date inches closer — a February 19 dance with unified bantamweight titlist Fernando Montiel at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada.

It's nobody but Binay


MANILA, Philippines – Nobody but Vice President Jejomar C. Binay should be the “chief troubleshooter” (CT) of the Aquino administration, his political party, the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban), said Wednesday.

MRT riders stranded



MANILA, Philippines – Thousands of Metro Rail Transit (MRT) riders were stranded early morning Thursday after mechanical breaks of a southbound train malfunctioned between Cubao and Santolan stations in Quezon City,

GMA's slim look makes heads turn


MANILA, Philippines - What's with former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's new look?

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Car dealers raise guard amid carjacking incidents


MANILA, Philippines - Amid the spate of carjackings in recent days, authorities believe carjacking should be made a non-bailable offense.

Baron itinangging hinipuan si Cherry Pie


Pagdating pa lang sa korte sa Bocaue, Bulacan para sa arraignment ng demandang acts of lasciviousness ng aktres na si Yasmien Kurdi,