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Gov’t workers swarm VP Noli’s housing fair

OVP/ PNS — MORE than 1,000 government employees trooped to Glorietta in Makati yesterday to participate in the country’s biggest housing fair organized by the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating…

Misedukasyon

Napakadamin sa ating bansa na patunggkol sa misedukasyon. Sa aking panunood sa isang film na ginawa ng ibon foundation, isa-isang tinalakay ang mga problemang ito. Ilan sa mga problemang ito…

Next battleground: Congress

PHILIPPINE NEWS SERVICE — WITH the Supreme Court’s decision throwing out the petition for people’s initiative, the battleground for Charter change shifted to Congress for the convening of the Senate…

Cayetano suspects ‘goods’ means ‘wastes’

PHILIPPINE NEWS SERVICE — SEN. Pia Cayetano yesterday warned that the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement would face “rough sailing” in the Senate amid suspicions that it would make the country…

Voting 8-7, SC rules against ‘peoples initiative’

PHILIPPINE NEWS SERVICE — THE Supreme Court yesterday junked the petition seeking to amend the 1987 Constitution through people’s initiative, saying it was constitutionally infirm and the signatures backing it…

Cracking Population

Calling to mind the situation of the country, one would think that it is all because of poverty. Poverty pulls every part of this country’s heart and soul down. Tracking…

Misedukasyon

by Elaine Rose Capati Filkomu A55 Ipinakita sa pelikula ang iba’t-ibang aspeto ng edukasyon. Ginamit dito ang pamamaraang pagiinterbyu ng mga tao upang makuha nila ang impormasyong nais nilang mailahad…

Bioethanol: the Bitterness of Sugar?

by Philip Nemenzo With the Senate passage of the biofuels bill on October 11 and the projected signing of the law next month, the people of Negros Occidental and other…

Asia Pacific Advanced Network to be hosted in Manila

The Philippines, through the Department of Science and Technology and its attached agency, the Advanced Science and Technology Institute, will be hosting the 23rd Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN) conference…

Losing Dana

by Karen Develos-Sacdalan, M.A. August 3, 2006 at 11:45pm, my husband John handed over an envelope; a piece of paper that seemed so innocuous but in truth contained a devastating…

The Birth of A National Consciousness

Good Day, Our country has experienced a great deal of disasters over the recent years, and poverty is still as rampant as ever. Filipinos have sought shelter by going abroad,…

Why China is on Top

by Milanie Joy Lee A recent poll conducted shows Asians see the United States losing its undisputed superpower status to China. I realized that, as a Tsinoy, it is actually…

Overpopulation, as I See It

When I think of the Philippines, I don’t think of Boracay or the famous Imelda shoes. The disturbing thought that the warm and friendly people of the Philippines, suffering from…

Probable Disaster

According to the National Statistics Office, the Philippines population reflected a 2.36 percent average annual growth rate and is expected that our population will reach 100 million in 14 years…

Unity: Answer of Philippine Overpopulation

by Ralph Jorge B. Pangilinan There have been thousands of claims with reference to overpopulation that have been conveyed already in the past four decades. The entire globe has always…