Army spokesman Capt. Ernest Carolina claims residents were ‘tricked’ into believing promises of the NPAs.
Day: April 4, 2014
Under the “Interruptible Load Program” or ILP, shopping malls and factories are set to use their diesel generators this summer so that they would not have to draw power from the grid. The problems is, power consumers would be billed for it.
“The Philippine economy has not developed despite rising foreign investments because domestic economic policy has been biased for foreign investors at the expense of long-run national development.” – Ibon Foundation
“The fight against charter change is not about votes in Congress but about the demands of huge numbers of people gathering and forcing their district representatives not to throw support for charter change.”
Ni RICHARD R. GAPPI Bulatlat.com Sinipsip ng dikya ang makinis na kutis ng bidang artista. At ito ang ulo ng mga balita. Samantala, sa Hacienda Luisita, may sumisipsip din ng dugo sa mga yayat na dibdib at butuhang palad at hita. Naibalita ba ito kahit sa talampakan ng brodkast at pahayagan? May tinitingnan at tinititigan…
The protest rally, held in commemoration of Roque’s first death anniversary, calls for justice for all children killed by the state forces.
Ni E. SAN JUAN, Jr. Bulatlat.com [Panayam sa Taboan 2014 Philippine Writers Festival, Pebrero 25, 2014, Subic Freeport Zone, Zambales] Kung sa anong dahilan, inatasan akong ilarawan ang situwasyon ng literatura–mas tumpak, ng awtor– sa bingit o gilid…Ngunit bakit natulak dito? Hindi maihihiwalay ang gilid sa gitna; kapwa pook ng relasyon o ugnayan. May saysay…
Of the P2.26-trillion budget, only the P1.4-trillion were debated and seemingly visible to the public. The rest of the national budget are in the category of lump sum funds, falling under the discretion of the President, and as such are actually pork barrel funds.
The controversial ‘no late payment policy’ has not yet been rescinded by the administration of the University of the Philippines despite the criticisms the policy generated after the suicide of student Kristel Tejada last year.
Since the tuition in UP increased by 300 percent in 2007, the number of students applying for student loans have also dramatically increased. Recent data from the Office of Scholarships and Student Services (OSSS) showed that 5,391 students applied for loans in UP Diliman alone during the second semester of school year 2013-2014.
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