Saturday, 14 April 2012

CD-R King Fails North Korea Rocket Launch?

A photo went viral after North Korea launched a ballistic missile at around 7:40 a.m. Friday, but the launch ended in failure as the missile was believed to have exploded about a minute after taking off. The reason of failure is that North Korea used CD-R King equipments.

It is good to believe it's true but the viral photo that reveals why North Korea rocket launch failed is just a Photoshopped.

See the difference between the two photos below.
CD-R King Fails North Korea Rocket Launch
North Korea Rocket Lauch CDR-King

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Friday, 13 April 2012

Earthquake at 8.9 Hits Indonesia (April 11, 2012)

A magnitude 8.9 earthquake struck off Sumatra island if Indonesia on Wednesday, April 11, 2012. Reports said the government officials issued a tsunami warning and urged people to evacuate away from the coast.

April 11 2012 Indonesia Earthquake
Earlier reports said that the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has put the Indonesia quake at magnitude 8.6 from magnitude 8.9 earlier. It struck 431 kilometres (268 miles) off the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh where terrified residents poured into the streets.

AFP reports that "residents in Banda Aceh reported the ground shook for about five minutes, first mildly and then growing violent."

In a separate report from Reuters, a tsunami warning and evacuation order were issued by disaster prevention authorities in the southern Thai provinces of Phuket and Phangnga. The province has turned on the warning sirens and asked people all over Phuket island to move to a safe place.

No tsunami warning was issued in the Philippines as the quake is too far from the country.

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April 11, 2012 Indonesia Tsunami Alert Issued

The aftershock 8.2 earthquake that was reported Wednesday, April 11, 2012, from Sumatra Island of Indonesia, has prompted government officials to issue another tsunami warnings for western coast of Sumatra island and the Mentawai islands.

The temblor occurred nearly three hours later after the 8.6 magnitude quake. The U.S. Geological Survey said the first 8.6-magnitude quake was centered 20 miles (33 kilometers) beneath the ocean floor around 269 miles (434 kilometers) from Aceh province.

In 2004, a tsunami hit Aceh and other provinces that killed 230,000 people, most of them in Aceh, is still fresh in the memories of the residents in the affected areas today.

Residents in six provinces along the country's west coast of Thailand, including Phuket, Krabi and Phang-Nga, were ordered to evacuate in fear of huge tsunami.

In Tamil Nadu in southern India, police cordoned off the beach and used loudspeakers to warn people to leave the area, according to a report of Associated Press.

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Friday, 6 April 2012

Derek Ramsay to transfer to TV5 Network

Hunk actor Derek Ramsay is reportedly leaving ABS-CBN Kapamilya Network but he is undecided yet if he will move to TV5 Network, according to an exclusive interview tonight by Philippine Entertainment Portal (PEP).


“There has been no contract signing yet but there is an offer. I will look into it deeply now. I just made a decision on [not renewing my contract] with Channel 2,” says Derek Ramsay.

Earlier official report from ABS-CBN, Bong Osorio, head of ABS-CBN Corporate Communications, said in a statement that "Derek Ramsay has decided to transfer to TV5.”

“For months, ABS-CBN has exerted efforts to make him stay as a Kapamilya. TV5, however, offered him an amount that was difficult for him to refuse. We thank Derek for the many years he has been with ABS-CBN,” Osorio explained.

Ramsay’s contract with ABS-CBN expired at the end of February.

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Charice Won as "Favorite Asian Artist" in Nickelodeon's KCA 2012

Youtube singing sensation Charice is declared "Favorite Asian Artist" in the Nickelodeon’s 2012 Kids’ Choice Awards. The 19-year-old singer beat Agnes Monica (Indonesia), Wonder Girls (Korea) and Yuna (Malaysia) in the newly-launched Favorite Asian Act category.

Charice Won as Favorite Asian Artist in Nickelodeons KCA 2012Charice received six million votes from fans all over the world through online, mobile, Facebook and Twitter.

The annual Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards was held on March 31 at the University of Southern California Galen Center in L.A. and was hosted by Will Smith. The awards show featured a powerhouse roster of celebrity presenters and performers, including Chris Rock, Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield, Zac Efron, Heidi Klum, Victoria Justice, Miranda Cosgrove, Big Time Rush, Chris Colfer and Cee Lo Green, as well as recently announced performers One Direction and Katy Perry.

Nickelodeon, now in its 32nd year, is the No. 1 entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does.

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Wednesday, 14 March 2012

PMA Cadets of 2012 (Class of 2016) Conferred

One hundred four (104) out of a total of 15,873 individuals who took the PMA entrance examination in August 2011 passed the very stringent process of deliberation and selection made by the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Cadet Procurement Board. Out of this number, 104, eighty-six (86) are males and eighteen (18) are females.

These new cadets will report on April 1, 2011 as a Cadet of PMA who will compose the members of PMA Class 2016. These individuals underwent series of rigid mental and physical examination and were carefully selected to become full government scholars for four years leading to a Bachelors of Science Degree.

The newly-selected cadets are the following:

Males
ADAY, PRINCE MARENZ REGODON
AGUILAR, KENNON JAN BUERON
ALAMANI, ARTURO JR REYES
ALLI, JOHN KEVIN AMATORIO
AQUINO, GIAN KARLO GUTIERREZ
AQUINO, JEREMY DE MESA
ARRIOLA, ALJOSH IMAN ABANADOR
BACOLORES, JAMES FLORES
BAGORIO, BERNARD BE PASCO
BAMBILLA, JAYSON SAGUN
BANCUD, MICHAEL PARAISO
BAÃ'EZ, CHRISTOPHER GACUSAN
BANGAYAN, CHEEWARD VALMADRID
BATERNA, FRANCIS KENT BARLISAN
BAUYA, CHRISTIAN ALLAN PAUL CAJETAS
BEA, ALTAM ATUN
BILBAO, JADE HOMER DIAZ
BUSILAN, REX CARAG
CABANLIG, REYMOND SORIANO
CABRERA, ARBY JURIST AZMAN
CALMA, JOHN LAWRENCE CONSTANTINO
CARAYUGAN, JOVITO DAYAG
CASTRO, SVEN ALISTAIR MAG-ASO
CATAM-ISAN, JIM BRYAN MANONGSONG
CLARIANES, ACE UY
CORNELIO, ANGELO HERMANO
DAODAOEN, DAOGAS ARQUERO
DE JESUS, LEONCIO NICO II ACOSTA
ESMERIA, ALLENAIRE OSORIO
ESPINOSA, REGGIE DELA PEÃ'A
ESTRADA, BONJINO CARREON
EVANGELISTA, MICO LAMINERO
FAGSAO, JOSEPH STALIN ABARA
FENEQUITO, BONIVEN PAEZ
FERMIN, DANIEL CARDINAL
FLORES, EMMANUEL PAULO PANGALANGAN
GARCIA, GEORGE BERNARD DE GUZMAN
GASACAO, GERALD MANIO
GERONIMO, MARCCURTLEY ACOSTA
GUARDAYA, KYFR ARAQUIL
GUIAMBANGAN, GUIMERSON MERAÃ'EZ
GUMILAB, JOVINAL TUGUIC
IDDOBA, ROMEL JR MANGWAG
ILAO, JEZREEL MANALO
JUNIO, BJ ALBERT LEGASPI
LEANDA, STEPHEN JOHN, CARMONA
LONEZA, HANS ALVIN PAULO
LOSBAÃ'ES, MICHAEL KEVIN ORAIS
LOY, JOHN NEHERSON SEVILLENA
MACALINDONG, ALWIN BRIAN CORTES
MACAPAGAL, DEN KURT LUGO
MALABANAN, MARK JAYSON MORALES
MANUEL, ALLAN KENNY MUKAY
MASANGKAY, DARREL BUNIO
MATA, ANSELMO III FORNOLLES
MENDOZA, JAY-ZUS YLARDE
MOJICA, LEAR KING LEGASPI
MONTERO, EDEMER PADUA
MONTES, JOHN QUEVIN SAPITANAN
NAVARRO, GIFFORD AUGUSTINE MALANA
OH, JAN PATRICK PRADO
OLIVERAS, ROLLY JR RARAS
PAGAPANG, ALBERT JOHN CASTRO
PALITAYAN, ELEC BENDAN RAMOS
PALOMAR, FRANZ MICHAEL REMOLA
PERIDO, NEIL HARVEY PATULOT
PIANO, ARCHY DIONEDA
PRINCIPE, REMART POL SISNEROS
RACHO, JAN GERARD SINGCO
RAMOS, AARON ED BAER
RUELO, JANSZEN MARI ARELLANO
RUIZ, LEOZAR LEE RAMIREZ
SAMONTE, GERVIN MANIEGO
SCHNITZLER, MONSHERI MATALOBO
TABACON, GLEN BERTE
TABOR, BRYAN MARVIN PATNUGOT
TACTAY, EMMANUEL MONTAÃ'O
TANGONAN, JEROME EDA
TAÃ'O, REYNANTE SUMILE
TAYONA, EUGENE IVAN DIVINAGRACIA
TIROL, FREDERIK ANTONI MORALES
TOSINO, MARK CARLO DEL MUNDO
TORRES, KARL ANGELO LESCANO
TUMITIT, JAYSON JESS ANANAYO
UMAGUING, BRYAN CHRISTOPHER CAMIRAL
VISCAYNO, JEZREEL DURAN

Females
BALATICO, JENELYN MARAYAG
BERMUDEZ, JEAN CARLA MACARAEG
BOGLOSA, JOY CAÃ'AZARES
BUNAO, HILLARY ADDY REYES
CALICCO, NICASIA BARIUAN
CALIMA, CHRISTINE MAE NAUNGAYAN
CASANO, NATHALIE VON MORAÃ'A
COLLADO, CHERRY BLANCO
DE LEON, KRISTINA PALMA
DEPOSITARIO, MARJORIE MESA
JAVIER, KATRINA MAY BALDERRAMA
LASTIMOSA, JUCY COMPUESTO
MACAPUGAY, LEAH ANN FUGABAN
MARTINEZ, YLLONA FE PULIDO
OTIONG, ALESSA JOY LABIANO
PAIT, JANICE JOY GANO
PULIDO, KRISHNA ADORICO
ROBLES, MARIEL DIONE MOIRES

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March 15, 2012 Suspension of Classes Announced

Classes of some schools and colleges in Metro Manila will be suspended Thursday, March 15, 2012, due to a nationwide transport strike set by transport groups. DepEd announced that classes will be suspended in all levels in Parañaque and San Juan.

March 15 2012 Suspension of Classes- Nationwide Transport Groups Strike
The Department of Education added that local governments will have to make their respective decisions on suspending classes.

Colleges such as Far Eastern University (FEU), and Centro Escolar University (CEU) have also announced their class suspension today.

Here is the list of schools which are suspended to handle classes Thursday, March 15:

  • All school levels in San Juan and Parañaque
  • All school levels in Quezon City
  • Far Eastern University (all campuses)
  • Emilio Aguinaldo College
  • Trinity University of Asia
  • Centro Escolar University (Manila, Makati)
  • Makati City campuses
  • University of the East (UE), Manila and Caloocan (elementary and high school only)
  • Santa Isabel College
  • Miriam Grade School
  • National University (elementary and high school)
  • San Sebastian College Recto (all levels)
  • St. Peter the Apostle Paco, Manila
  • Taguig City and Pateros (all levels)
Transport groups are set to stage a protest caravan to show their dismay over the deferment of the decision on the P0.50 provisional fare hike for jeepneys, according to ABS-CBN News.

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Wednesday, 29 February 2012

2011 Bar Topnotchers (Top 10 Bar Passers 2011)

The list of 2011 Bar topnotchers, also referred to as the list of Top 10 Bar passers 2011, is available here. Raoul Angelo D. Atadero of the Ateneo de Manila University topped the bar examinations, Justice Robert Abad told an excited throng of bar examinees.

The following are the Bar Exam November 2011 Top 10 passers:

  • ATADERO, RAOUL ANGELO D. - Ateneo de Manila - 85.536%
  • BOLONG, LUZ DANIELLE O. - Ateneo de Manila - 84.556%
  • RAFAL-ROBLE, CHERRY LIEZ O. - Arellano University - 84.455%
  • BANAGA, ROSEMIL R. - Notre Dame University - 84.122%
  • GONZALES, CHRISTIAN LOUIE C. - University of Santo Tomas - 84.093%
  • BANDAL, IVAN M. - Silliman University - 84.090%
  • ACOSTA, EIREENE XINA M. - San Beda College - 84.066%
  • QUA, IRENE MARIE P. - Ateneo de Manila - 84.057%
  • LACEDA, ELAINE MARIE G. - FEU-DLSU - 84.040%
  • AQUINO, RODOLFO Q. - San Beda College - 83.727%
  • The complete list of Bar Exam passers and oathtaking schedule can be accessed here.

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    Tuesday, 28 February 2012

    2011 Bar Exam Results 2012

    According to reports, the 2011 Philippine Bar Exam Results will be released on Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m., February 29, 2012. The 2011 Bar exams were held in November for the first time in the University of Sto. Tomas in Manila.

    2011 Bar Exam Results 2012
    The Supreme Court decided to move the month because of the rains that usually comes in September and the venue for the exams because De La Salle University failed to renew their lease.

    The 2011 Bar exams also mark the first time candidates would have to hurdle three parts of multiple-choice type of test. The first three Sundays of November 2011 were scheduled for multiple-choice questions, and the fourth Sunday was for essays. Since 1990, the Bar exams have been in essay type.

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    Wednesday, 22 February 2012

    Top 10 NLE Passers December 2011

    The Top 10 NLE passers list or the list of top 10 nursing board passers for December 2011, also known as successful examinees who garnered the ten highest places in the nurses licensure exam held last December 18 and 19, 2011, is available here.

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    February 2012 PT OT Board Exam Results

    The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Wednesday announced that 308 out of 610 (50.49%) passed the Physical Therapists Licensure Examination and 27 out of 72 (37.5%) passed the Occupational Therapists Licensure Examination given by the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy in the cities of Manila and Cebu this February 2012.

    The results were released in two (2) working days from the last day of examinations.

    Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 but not later than February 29, 2012. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 1 piece 1” x 1” picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2012-2015. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

    The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination will be announced later, the PRC noted.

    Roll of Successful Examinees in the
    PHYSICAL THERAPIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION
    Held on FEBRUARY 5 & 6, 2012
    Released on FEBRUARY 8, 2012

    1 ABANTE, RANDELL JACOB
    2 ABELLO, RUBEN JOSE GENERILLO
    3 ABUEG, MARIANNE GARCIA
    4 ACELAR, CATHERINE ZALDUA
    5 ACHARON, ANTONIO JR REMOLANA
    6 ACLAO, MA CRISTINA DE LA CERNA
    7 ACONG, ROBERT CONRAD BROAS
    8 ADUVISO, MICHAEL FIRAZA
    9 AGBAYANI, MARY GRACE PICO
    10 AGPALZA, ANDREA LORINETTE JOYCE CABUYADAO
    11 AGRA, REYNALDO JR ELI
    12 AGUSTIN, HANNAH LABUCAY
    13 ALBANO, ANGELO MIGUEL EUGENIO
    14 ALCANTARA, KAREN CALLEJO
    15 ALCANTARA, MAUREEN SANTOS
    16 ALFANTE, ERNESTO JR HERUELA
    17 ALING, LORENZ MATTHEW BANDAL
    18 ALMOITE, KRISTOFFER BUTCH LUCEÃ'A
    19 ALTILLERO, ARMEL JAMES ADOLACION
    20 AMODO, CHINA MAE ASUNCION
    21 ANCAJA, MELODIE CATAQUIZ
    22 ANDRES, JOCELYN ESTOCADO
    23 ANDRES, MARTY JOHN FOZ
    24 ANG, DARRYL VILLARESIS
    25 ANGELES, JAMES PATRICK BURLAT
    26 ANSAY, EDNA MEJILLA
    27 ANTIPORDA, LEEVE CHRISTOPHER MILLARE
    28 ARANDIA, KRISTINE GACUTNO
    29 ARAQUEL, MA REGINA GRACIA DEL MUNDO
    30 ARAÃ'O, HAPPY JHONNAH DE GRACIA
    31 ARGUELLES, JAY-R FERRER
    32 ARGUELLES, RITCHIE DESS IÃ'IGO
    33 ATON, FELISSA SUGANO
    34 AUXTERO, JENNIFER JEAN MUSONG
    35 AYING, EMIELOU DUNGUG
    36 AZUR, ANTONIO BAZAR
    37 BADUYA, DICK MENDOZA
    38 BAGAINDOC, MILLORD BENCION
    39 BAGUIO, BERNADETTE BERSALES
    40 BALANON, THERESA LULU
    41 BALANQUIT, MAE LYKA LAGRIMAS
    42 BALANTE, ANALOU CASTRO
    43 BALSITA, GESTER BAUTISTA
    44 BALTAZAR, MERIE CECILLE ANN EVANGELISTA
    45 BALTONADO, MARJORIE CACHILA
    46 BANAAG, ANGELO ESPLANADA
    47 BANCURE, SHEAHARA MAE AMISTOSO
    48 BARBA, MARISAL
    49 BATICADOS, PINNYLIENE MAE PANADERO
    50 BATOON, DENNIS SARIO
    51 BAUTISTA, DIANA ROSE CAYABYAB
    52 BAYLA, ERIKA ANN ESPIRITU
    53 BAYTION, LUZBERN FATIMA FUENTES
    54 BAÃ'ADERA, ALBERT PAULO SALVADOR
    55 BEJOSANO, JENNIE ROSE SIOBAL
    56 BERMUDEZ, CHERRY JANE CABEL
    57 BERNABE, JOCELYN TAN
    58 BERONDO, MINETTE NATHALIE BUENAFLOR
    59 BISCARO, JASPER JUNE MANZANO
    60 BONDAD, EMMANUEL JAMES CORPUS
    61 BONTIMEL, RAFAEL JR SOUBERON
    62 BUGTONG, MARIA APRILA FAGYAN
    63 BUQUID, JUAN CARLOS PAOLO MONTEMAYOR
    64 CABANA, DANILO CARANGCARANG
    65 CACANOG, CARLO NIÃ'O OMOLON
    66 CALANGI, RHEA DE GUZMAN
    67 CALUPEZ, MECHELLE BANUELA
    68 CALUYA, THEA DECE ARELLANO
    69 CANDA, MICHAEL GIMENA
    70 CANTILLANO, CLARICE FRANCESCA LIBRADA
    71 CAPAO, SHERMAINE DAGUIL
    72 CAPARIÃ'O, CHRISTOPHER ALADDIN DELLERA
    73 CARDONA, AISA MAGPAYO
    74 CARPIO, KEITH RICHARD GUTIERREZ
    75 CATOLICO, GARRY RAMOS
    76 CERDA, LOVELYN MIGUEL
    77 CHEUNG, KRISTINE BUENAFLOR
    78 COCJIN, DAZZI FRANZ ESTARIJA
    79 COGUT, REGINA ABALITA
    80 COLIS, PAUL IAN HOMEREZ
    81 COLLADO, MARY GRACE CALVO
    82 COLOMA, ANNA RHEMA NIEVES
    83 COLOMA, JASON GUTIERREZ
    84 CONCEPCION, DARYL STEVE PASCUA
    85 CORPUZ, SUSANNAH JANE PAREDES
    86 CRUZ, ALELI KRISTEL GOTICO
    87 CRUZ, HENA ESPERANZA GALLARDO
    88 CUARTO, ANNA VIOLETA PEDRO
    89 DABU, HEIDEE DIÃ'A
    90 DACANAY, MARIA LOURDES BUENAMANO
    91 DACLAN, ROXIE ANN DAPATNAPO
    92 DAYAO, ZOILA CELESTINE PADILLA
    93 DE CASTRO, VANESSA MARIE ENRIQUEZ
    94 DE LEON, NOEL ALLEN YLONG
    95 DE LIMA, JEFFERSON GREJALVO
    96 DE RAMOS, DOMINGO II VELASCO
    97 DE SAGUN, NOEL HENDRICK MANALO
    98 DECAMORA, JOANNA MARIA CRISTINA YUMANG
    99 DEL CASTILLO, LENDL BJORN CABUGUASON
    100 DELA CRUZ, JOHN NILSON AMBAL
    101 DELA ROSA, LINDA GRACE PADLAN
    102 DELOS REYES, MARILOU SARAZA
    103 DELOS REYES, MARY GRACE FAJARDO
    104 DIOSAY, CRISTINE BAGTAS
    105 DIZON, JEAN ARLENE GALDIANO
    106 DOMINGO, FRITZ ALGRIN ALIDIA
    107 DONAIRE, CONTESSA BULADO
    108 DOSADO, JHOANNA MARIE MANGUBAT
    109 DULIG, VANESSA MAE FERNANDEZ
    110 DURANTE, JOTHAM WADE MOPIA
    111 ELIZAGA, HAZEL MARIE PABATANG
    112 ENRICO, JEROME ODEJAR
    113 ERGINA, ALEX OROZCO
    114 ESCANILLA, SHARLENE BRIL
    115 ESPINOZA, DANICA GARCIA
    116 ESPIRITU, MA EZRA GRACE GARCIA
    117 ESTERON, JACQUELINE JUCOM
    118 EVANGELISTA, RIZALYN SANDOVAL
    119 FACURIB, MA VIDA ARCA
    120 FANGONILO, STEPHANIE ANNE RAMOS
    121 FAUSTINO, GRACE AGUIRRE
    122 FERNANDEZ, LA DONNA ALAR
    123 FERNANDEZ, MARY GRACE DONDOY
    124 FLORES, AYLEN GIA MESA
    125 FLORES, CLARENCE NIÃ'O ORTALIZ
    126 FORTES, JESSIN VILLARANTE
    127 FRIANEZA, JENNELYN VALLO
    128 FURIHATA, MARIKO INOT
    129 GAMAYON, LEAH MAY CABINIAN
    130 GARCIA, MARCILINA MAY-AS
    131 GARCIA, NAILA ATIENZA
    132 GARCIA, ROCHIE ANN VILLANDA
    133 GARGALICANO, JASON FREDERICK ALERTA
    134 GATPANDAN, ANGELICA ILLESCAS
    135 GAVIOLA, CHIQUI DOMINGO
    136 GAY, MA LOURDES MALICDEM
    137 GERODIAS, CHRISTINE GUTIERREZ
    138 GLORIOSO, RONWALD PEÃ'AFLOR
    139 GONZALES, ROBERTO RAMOS
    140 GUEVARRA, RENZ MIKAEL REGALA
    141 GUTIERREZ, JOSEPHINE GARCIA
    142 GUTIERREZ, MARY DAWN BUNAG
    143 GUZMAN, MA ANGELYNE ZINAMPAN
    144 HERNANDEZ, DAVID ALEXANDER JUSTIN MASANGKAY
    145 HIPOLITO, KATHRINE KIM SANCHEZ
    146 HUGO, HAZMIN MARIE IRA RAVAL
    147 IBON, CHONA PAGTAMA
    148 IMBUIDO, GLADYS BANTUG
    149 JANAPIN, HARNIE MACASPAC
    150 JARDIO, MA JOSINA GONZALES
    151 JARUDA, ISIDRO JR CASTOR
    152 JOAQUIN, KATHERINE MALLARI
    153 JOSOL, RACHEL CONTAOI
    154 JUMAO-AS, MICHAEL JOHN GENON
    155 JUSTALERO, JEPHUNNEH MAGBANUA
    156 KILAYCO, DANE JOSEPH LABORDO
    157 KINTANA, MARK ADONIS
    158 LABANGCO, JONALYN MAGTIRA
    159 LABARO, MONALIZA ILAYA
    160 LABIS, ROCEL DELA CRUZ
    161 LACSON, JULIE ANN ULTRA
    162 LAGASON, ARA MARGARET DIZON
    163 LAGON, ANNE MARIE FRANCHESCA MADARANG
    164 LALISAN, BENJIE FRANK CASIDSID
    165 LASTIMOSO, ELMER RAFAYA
    166 LATOJA, KENNETH VALENCIA
    167 LAZARO, MARIA JESUSA CAYANAN
    168 LEGASPI, AIME SALVADOR
    169 LEGASPI, KRIS ADRIANNE EBRON
    170 LOPEZ, JAYSON PINEDA
    171 LOTAYO, ALVIN DEJESA
    172 LOZANO, MA LOREN SANTIAGO
    173 LU, LACE ANNE QUINTO
    174 LUCENIO, MARY JANE SAN BUENAVENTURA
    175 LUNA, PHILIP JURY ALCEBAR
    176 LUNA, VIOLETA IBARRA
    177 MABINI, MICHELLE JABAGAT
    178 MACABAGDAL, ELSA BALLEN
    179 MACARAEG, GLADYS LOPEZ
    180 MACASIO, CHRISTOPHER PLUMOS
    181 MALIUANAG, EUNICE RIVERA
    182 MANDEVIA, WALLEN GRULLO
    183 MANGALDAN, DAN CARLO RECIRDO
    184 MARZAN, ELIZA MALAYAO
    185 MASIGLAT, RAPHAEL LEE
    186 MATSUZAKI, TRIXIE PAULINE DEQUITO
    187 MAULEON, JIMMY OCAMPO
    188 MEDINA, JALINE ANNE ROSHELLE FALLARCUNA
    189 MEDRANO, JUN MICHAEL NAYGA
    190 MENDOZA, ABUEL CARREON
    191 MIGUEL, DARWIN RANCES
    192 MILITAR, ANGELIE MERCADO
    193 MINA, PHOEBE VALLAINE PLANTA
    194 MIRANDA, KRIZEL MARIE VICTORIA DAVID
    195 MIRANDA, ROSEMARIE MANLANGIT
    196 MONET, ELLA MAE BALINTON
    197 MONTAÃ'EZ, GWENELYN MAY AGUILAR
    198 MORA, LIANNE COLOQUIO
    199 MOSTERO, JUNE MARIE VELEZ
    200 MOTOS, JOEL ASCAÃ'O
    201 NAPISA, GRACE HERBITO
    202 NARTEA, LOUANNE
    203 NIMES, ROGELIO II GOMEZ
    204 OCAMPO, LESLEY MACQUE TAMAYO
    205 OCBEÃ'A, JOSEPH EVANS PAZ
    206 OCHOCO, ALICE MARIE DOMINGO
    207 OLIVEROS, ORNELLA DASALLA
    208 ORA, PRINCES ABY VILLENA
    209 ORTIZ, SHEILA MORLA
    210 PACIS, SARA JANE ANTIQUERA
    211 PACUNANA, WIN LOVE LOPEZ
    212 PADAMA, JENNIFER FLORES
    213 PADILLA, RITCHE DULA
    214 PADILLO, GLOMAR PASCUA
    215 PAGADDU, ALVIN GERONIMO FABALES
    216 PAJELA, JOANNA LACADEN
    217 PALACIO, VINA CABANATAN
    218 PARDUA, VENUS SINAD
    219 PAULINO, PAULO JAMES CARLOS
    220 PAÃ'ARES, BASIL DEAN DELIS
    221 PINLAC, ELIZA MALLARE
    222 POMICPIC, NORMINDA BALAIS
    223 PONCE, JUMEL HERERA
    224 PUJANES, MARY JANE FRANCISCO
    225 PUNO, HIYAS FILIPINAS LAUS
    226 PYATT, GENEVEIVE ROSIL
    227 QUINTO, MARC ROALD LANGIT
    228 QUIZON, RAISA LYNN CAMILING
    229 RAMIREZ, MARIA KATRINA ANN AJENO
    230 REAL, ANDREW VINCENT MOLINA
    231 REBOSA, RYAN LEO MARTINEZ
    232 REDUBLO, SHINETTE JOSE
    233 REMOCAL, EDROMER GUERRERO
    234 REMORIN, JOANNE SOTO
    235 REMOROZA, STEPHANIE REVIL
    236 REYES, ABBIE JOIE PILAR JUSON
    237 REYES, ENGELIQUE QUINTO
    238 REYES, JENNALYN RAMIREZ
    239 REYES, JO ANNE VISTA
    240 REYES, JONATHAN KEVIN MARTINEZ
    241 REYES, KAREN ORENSE
    242 REYES, MITZI ARAO
    243 REYES, RAE ANNE SANCHEZ
    244 RIVERA, BONNIE CRESENCIO
    245 RIVERA, ERIC HERRERA
    246 ROA, LARA ELAINE BARTOLOME
    247 ROBION, DENNIS IBALAN
    248 RODRIGUEZ, LYN CELESTIAL
    249 ROMERO, PETER REY UGADDAN
    250 RUE, JENNIFER KAREN DAR
    251 RUFA, MARIA KATHRINA MANEJA
    252 RUIZ, RYANN AGUIRRE
    253 SABALBURO, CHRISTINE ALUNDAY
    254 SACALAMITAO, ERICSON ALCOY
    255 SACCUAN, KRISTINE EUGENIO
    256 SAGADRACA, GENEVIEVE CARIAGA
    257 SAGUN, RONEL MARIANO
    258 SAMSON, GUADALOU CODILLA
    259 SANIEL, JOHN NICO HEBRON
    260 SAYAT, LEOPOLDO JR SANTOS
    261 SEGUNDO, JOSEPH ANTHONY MARIANO
    262 SEVILLA, MARIA CRISELDA MENDAROS
    263 SIADEN, ROSALIE MIGUEL
    264 SUERTE, TRISHA MARIE OUANO
    265 SULIT, CHARLLOTTE MAY GIANGAN
    266 SUN, CHARLIE YI
    267 SUNICO, AUDREY FAITH TAMODRA
    268 SUÃ'GA, JAYVIN DAVID
    269 SY, MADELAINE LOUISE SAN AGUSTIN
    270 TABAN, JANESSA VALERO
    271 TAHIR, SITTIE HANAH JULAIDA MASNAR
    272 TALANIA, KATLEEN MARIE ISABEL RINGOR
    273 TAN, ANGELO ROGELIO ALIAS
    274 TAN, WALTER ROSALES
    275 TAWASIL, ABU-KHAYRE ONG
    276 TAYAMEN, MARK DANIEL RUFINO RICARDO
    277 TAÃ'EDO, ROXANNE KEAN TAGUDANDO
    278 TIAMA, MICHAEL ANGELO MENDOZA
    279 TIONG, MICHIE GAY SANTIAGO
    280 TITO, MARY GRACE AGUIPO
    281 TIZON, JENNIFER ROSE SALEM
    282 TOLOSA, MARY KNOLL RIVERA
    283 TOMES, SUZETTE YBAÃ'EZ
    284 TORREON, ROBERT NICO OPEÃ'A
    285 TORRES, JOELLE MARIANO
    286 TUBBAN, TINA FOLLO
    287 TUCAY, ROGELITO ALLAN VICENTE
    288 TUTAAN, JAYSON DOMINGO
    289 UMALI, SHEILA CAMILLE LEGASPI
    290 USMAN, GHADA MACALINTAL
    291 USMAN, NURHANE MAYNOPAS
    292 UY, IAN ADELBERT UY
    293 VALDERRAMA, MARVIN GILBERT CAVALIDA
    294 VALENZUELA, REINA MAY CATUBAY
    295 VALINTON, AARON CACALDA
    296 VARGAS, LIZELLE RAMIREZ
    297 VELARA, RASIM UGSIMAR
    298 VELASCO, RHODA SAN JUAN
    299 VERAS, SHEELA MARIE CALINGASAN
    300 VILLAR, MARIA KRISTINE ROJANO
    301 VILLARIN, CLEMENCE ANIÃ'ON
    302 VILLAVIEJA, MARIA DAISY LUCAS
    303 YUNG, LISLEE SARAMOSING
    304 YUNON, FERDINAND VINCENT ARMENDI
    305 ZAMORA, CECILLE ANN REUYAN
    306 ZAMORA, RICARDO JR MANABAT
    307 ZAPATA, ALEXANDRA ANA MENDOZA
    308 ZUBIA, SWEET IRISH SANTARIN
    NOTHING FOLLOWS-----------

    Roll of Successful Examinees in the
    OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION
    Held on FEBRUARY 5 & 6, 2012
    Released on FEBRUARY 8, 2012

    1 ACLUBA, SUNSHINE GRACE DELA CRUZ
    2 ALEGRE, ARGEE GREA AMUL
    3 ALIM, MAREST VILLARAZA
    4 ASUMBRADO, DONNA CYNDY PADULLA
    5 BORBE, JUSTIN BRIAN CO
    6 BORJA, PAULA MARIE COSON
    7 CANTILLAS, MAE ANN YEE
    8 CHAN, AVON BERNICE YU
    9 CRISTOBAL, IVAN SHIU
    10 DESIDERIO, POCHOLO DE SAN JOSE
    11 ESGUERRA, MIKE KELVIN TOLENTINO
    12 ESPADERO, SUSAN VICTORIA TISON
    13 ETING, PETE GALELA
    14 HOLASCA, ROBERT JAMES YEE
    15 JAVIER, RIZZY JARRETT ONG
    16 LEE, LYRILLE MIRJANA CRISOSTOMO
    17 LIMJOCO, NICOLE ALEXA TAPIA
    18 MANIWAN, JAN MARINESS MALANOG
    19 MARTINEZ, LEANNE CARLA SALANDANAN
    20 MISLANG, JACINTA JESSICA FERNANDEZ
    21 NAVAL, MARY GRACE BRAVO
    22 PAULINO, VANESSA VALDEZ
    23 POQUIZ, JANNA ELMIRA GEONZON
    24 RAYOS DEL SOL, MARK LANCEL TRESPALACIOREAL
    25 RODRIGUEZ, ALEXANDRIA MARIE SANTOS
    26 VERCELUZ, LIAN DAPHNE TE
    27 YAP, BIEN FRANCIS RAYMUNDO
    NOTHING FOLLOWS-----------

    Top 10 February 2012 Physical Therapists

    The successful Physical Therapist examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places are the following:

    RANK | NAME | SCHOOL | RATING(%)
    1 JO ANNE VISTA REYES UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MANILA 84.80
    2 RAE ANNE SANCHEZ REYES UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MANILA 84.20
    3 FELISSA SUGANO ATON CEBU DOCTORS UNIVERSITY 84.05
    4 VENUS SINAD PARDUA MEDICAL COLLEGE OF NORTHERN PHILIPPINES 84.00
    5 SUZETTE YBAÃ'EZ TOMES DAVAO DOCTORS COLLEGE, INC. 83.80
    6 TRIXIE PAULINE DEQUITO MATSUZAKI SAN JUAN DE DIOS EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, INC 83.60
    7 STEPHANIE REVIL REMOROZA SAINT JUDE COLLEGE-MANILA 83.45
    8 HAZMIN MARIE IRA RAVAL HUGO CEBU DOCTORS UNIVERSITY 83.30
    . JOHN NICO HEBRON SANIEL UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-LAS PIÃ'AS 83.30
    9 RUBEN JOSE GENERILLO ABELLO MANILA ADVENTIST MEDICAL CENTER & SCH. OF MEDICAL
    ARTS, INC. 83.10
    10 ANDREW VINCENT MOLINA REAL FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-NICANOR REYES MEDICAL
    FOUNDATION 83.05

    by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Sunday, 5 February 2012

    Magnitude 6.9 earthquake shakes Philippines - February 6, 2012

    Millions of Filipinos from Visayas and Mindanao were jolted Monday, February 6, 2012 by 6.9 powerful earthquake, media reports said. According to the Philippine Institute for Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), the quake was centered between the islands of Cebu and Negros.

    According to radio and TV reports, the 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck 5 kilometers northwest of Tayasan, Negros Oriental at 11:49 AM. The quake was tectonic in origin.

    The following intensities were felt in the following areas:

    • Intensity VII – Dumaguete City
    • Intensity VI – La Carlota City and La Castellana, Negros Occidental
    • Intensity V – Roxas City; Dao and Ivisan, Capiz; Iloilo City
    • Intensity IV – San Jose de Buenavista and Pandan Antique; Ayungon, Negros Oriental; Kalibo, Aklan; Sagay, Negros Occidental; Dipolog City
    • Intensity III – Butuan City, Agusan del Norte; Legaspi City, Albay; Carmen, Cagayan de Oro
    • Intensity II – Cabid-an, Sorsogon
    Meanwhile, from the USGS, here are their findings about the earthquake's location:
    • 70 kms (44 miles) north from Dumaguete, Negros
    • 79 kms (49 miles) west northwest from Tagbilaran, Bohol
    • 80 kms (50 miles) south southeast from Bacolod, Negros
    • 574 kms (356 miles) south southeast from Manila
    Damage to properties are yet to be known but one confirmed dead, a child, from Negros Oriental was already reported.

    Alert Level No. 2 was imposed by Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs). Reports said authorities warned the residents in the coastal areas of Negros Islands, Cebu and Mindanao of unusual waves and were advised to seek higher ground.

    Sunday, 5 February 2012 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 2

    Tuesday, 31 January 2012

    January 2012 Architects Board Exam Results

    The Architect Board Examination was held on January 27 and 29, 2012 in Manila. Its results, list of top 10 passers, performance of schools, and top performing schools will be available here once officially released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).

    Last year's result, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 912 out of 1,800 (51%) passed the Licensure Examination for Architects (LEA) given by the Professional Regulatory Board of Architecture (PRBoA) headed by its Chairman, Architect (Ar) Armando N. Alli with two other members, Ar Angeline T. Chua Chiaco and Ar Marietta Bundalian Segovia. The examination was held in Manila last January 28 & 30, 2011.

    It said, the results were released in six (6) working days after the last day of examination. Hence, it is expected that the list of passers of the January 2012 LEA will be released on Friday or Saturday, February 2 or 3, 2012.

    Tuesday, 31 January 2012 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Navotas Polytechnic College Woman Held Hostage

    A woman is being held hostage by a former student, who was identified as Romualdo Garcia, Wednesday, February 1, 2012, morning inside the administration office of Navotas Polytechnic College. According to ABS-CBN News, the woman was identified as Amy Perez.

    Navotas Polytechnic College Hostage Taking
    The Navotas Polytechnic College, where Amy works as a clerk, is located on Bangus Street at the corner Apahap Street in North Bay Boulevard South inside the Kaunlaran Village.

    The hostage drama began at around 8:15 a.m. Police said the suspect is armed with a knife, ABS-CBN News added.

    Police and SWAT teams have arrived in the area to begin negotiations with the suspect while a crisis management team has also been formed to deal with the situation.

    The hostage-taker’s requested Tabloid “Tiktik” photographer Roger Panizal to be inside the college. Authorities expect Garcia to tell Panizal his demands.

    Updating...

    by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Wednesday, 25 January 2012

    NEWS CHANNELS GEARS UP FOR IMPEACHMENT COVERAGE

    The Big 3 news channels are gearing up with their coverage of the impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona.

    GMA News TV will cover the impeachment beginning today at 2 pm up to 6 pm. The network's coverage titled "The Chief Justice on Trial" is expected to run for 4 days. ANC will have the sane line-up, so as TV5's sister station AksyonTV.

    Also, Solar Entertainment's TalkTV Channel 16 will cover the impeachment, with ANC's Pia Hontiveros leading the coverage.

    Watch the promo videos below:



    Medianewserphil

    Wednesday, 25 January 2012 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Tuesday, 24 January 2012

    Shalani Soledad-Roman Romulo Wedding Video

    Watch a 2-minute video clip news of the wedding between Valenzuela City councilor and TV host Shalani Soledad and Pasig Rep. Roman Romulo. Their solemn wedding ceremony was held last Sunday, January 22, 2012, at St. Benedict Church in Ayala Westgrove Heights in Silang, Cavite.

    News sources said the wedding ceremony started at 5:45pm led by Rev. Msgr. Bartolome Santos Jr., Gaudencio Cardinal Rosales, Bishop Mylo Hubert Vergara, and Rev. Fr. Isagani Avinante at the 500-seat church.

    Shalani wore an Inno Sotto gown, made of tulle organza with French lace bodice, while Roman wore a midnight-blue tuxedo paired with a white shirt and a gray bow tie by Hugo Boss and a pair of black leather shoes by Louis Vuitton.

    Among the list of Principal Sponsors were Albert del Rosario (Foreign Affairs Secretary), Manuel V. Pangilinan (chairman of TV5, phone giant PLDT, diversified conglomerate MPIC), Ramon Ang (president and CEO of diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corporation), Panfilo Lacson (Philippine senator), Ben Chan (Bench founder), James Gaisano, Manuel Dy and some others.

    Shalani's childhood friend Joy Marie Castellvin was the matron of honor while the groomsmen were Ilocos Norte Rep. Rudy Fariñas; Davao del Norte Rep. Anton Lagdameo (husband of actress Dawn Zulueta); Erwin Romulo; George Rafael Lorenzana; Dante Soliven.


    Among the celebrities who attended the wedding were Richard Gomez, Mariel Rodriguez, Migz Zubiri and wife Audrey, Valerie Concepcion, Marco Alcaraz and girlfriend Lara Quigaman.


    Reference: Rappler.com, NextPing.com

    Tuesday, 24 January 2012 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Thursday, 19 January 2012

    How to Access Wikipedia during SOPA Blackout

    Wikipedia, Reddit, Wired, Mozilla and about 10,000 other websites blacked out their pages Wednesday, January 18, 2012, to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) bills.


    Mashable revealed a couple of workarounds you can use to access Wikipedia’s content during the blackout. One of the following methods may work for you.

  • Mobile Version. Use the mobile version by accessing it at en.m.wikipedia.org using your PC or mobile phone.
  • Simple English Version. Link is available at simple.wikipedia.org.
  • Disabling Javascript in Google Chrome. Using browser Google Chrome, go to Settings – Options - Under the Hood – Content Settings and tick Do not allow any site to handle protocols. Then, go to "Manage Exceptions" and type “en.wikipedia.org” as the hostname pattern and choose "Block" as the "Behavior".
  • Disabling Javascript in Firefox. In Firefox, the option to disable JavaScript is available under Tools – Options – Content.
  • Note that turning JavaScript off completely will alter your web browsing experience. Some images and other applications in a website may not be displayed.

    Most supporters of the anti-SOPA and anti-PIPA bills including the staff of this website, however, weren't happy that Sophos, Mashable and other websites publicized an end-around. But if you think, you badly needed Wikipedia for you research work then you can do one the methods mentioned above.

    Thursday, 19 January 2012 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Tuesday, 17 January 2012

    January 2012 Pharmacists Board Exam Results

    The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 576 out of 1,109 passed the Pharmacist Licensure Examination given by the Board of Pharmacy in the cities of Manila, Baguio and Cebu this January 2012.

    The members of the Board of Pharmacy who gave the licensure examination are Ms. Jennifer M. Flores, Chairman and Ms. Marilyn M. Young-Tiu, Member.

    The results were released in one (1) day after the last day of examination.

    Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on Tuesday, January 24, 2012 but not later than February 17, 2012. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 1 piece 1” x 1” picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short plastic envelope with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2012-2015. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

    The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.

    Roll of Successful Examinees in the
    PHARMACIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION
    Held on JANUARY 15 & 16, 2012
    Released on JANUARY 17, 2012
    Seq. No. N a m e
    1 ABAQUITA, GIDEON TROADIO TEODORO IV ALENSUELA
    2 ABAÃ'O, APRIL ZOE CAPPAL
    3 ABENES, ROMMEL TIONGCO
    4 ABERGAS, GENEVIEVE MAE IGNACIO
    5 ABRINCIA, FLORENCE ACOBA
    6 ACANTILADO, REY NOLO
    7 ACASO, LEO CADUA
    8 ADRIATICO, MAUREEN PACQUING
    9 AGCAOILI, REVIE RICO
    10 AGLIBOT, RIZZA GUEVARA
    11 AGNGARAYNGAY, RHYNDEL SHEIN AGBANLOG
    12 AGPALZA, CZAREN LOREEN JOY CABUYADAO
    13 AGUILLON, IRISH FLEUR ANTIPOLO
    14 AGUSTIN, ALJONE BALISACAN
    15 AHMAD, RAIZA ARAH
    16 AHMAD, SHERMA TOTOH
    17 AJERO, JAIME JR DULMAN
    18 ALARVA, PRINCESS ANGELIE SUERTE
    19 ALBANO, MAYNARD JOSEPH ALLAPITAN
    20 ALCARDE, SARRAH JOY QUILAR
    21 ALEJANDRO, KATHLEEN MARIÃ'AS
    22 ALFANTE, QUICEL PANISAL
    23 ALFILER, JERISSA DURO
    24 ALMOGUERA, LOREN OCBO
    25 ALOG, ERWYN FERNANDO II DUQUEZ
    26 ALONTO, JANEEMAH MONERA BANSAO
    27 ALVAREZ, JESSI BELLE GALLARDO
    28 AMBRAD, KERVIN JOHN ROSELLO
    29 AMISTOSO, RHUSSEL JAMES GONZALES
    30 AMPARO, ZARAH JESSICA REYNO
    31 ANCHETA, RAYMOND VINCENT RODRIGO
    32 ANCISO, MARY MAY ADDAWAN
    33 ANDAYA, IRENE GALILEA
    34 ANDONG, MALIAM ABDAO
    35 ANDRADA, RAMON JOSE ESTRELLA
    36 ANGELES, LARIZE ABEGAIL RAVELO
    37 ANITOHIN, SHERRY MAE CASAMINA
    38 ANOPRE, CHADEJUNE DOMANAIS
    39 ANYAYAHAN, KHRISTINE MAE DOMAGTOY
    40 ANZURES, ANGELO ALBERTO
    41 APLICADOR, CRISTY PATINDOL
    42 ARAYATA, VENUS ASUNCION
    43 ARENAS, CHRISTINE JOY GABRELLAS
    44 AREVALO, HERLIZA LANGAS
    45 ARIBBAY, JASMIN JOYCE
    46 ASEO, RHIALYN ESPEJO
    47 ASONG, MARITESS PABRIAGA
    48 ASUNCION, MICHAEL JOSEPH GINES
    49 AVELINO, SYME ANGELIQUE HAO
    50 AVENIDO, STEPHEN JOHN GARCIA
    51 AWING, KARLA JOY MARTIN
    52 BACTINDON, ALGIE BERNALES
    53 BAITO, MARY CRIS TREMBEVILLA
    54 BALACUIT, INGRID FAITH BALTAZAR
    55 BALANON, KRISTINE JOY MEDINA
    56 BALDOMAR, CHARLENE CONSOLACION
    57 BALE, CONIE COLYN BAGUIO
    58 BALIAO, MARJORIE BADING
    59 BALIGOD, SHARLAINE GAY ORPIANO
    60 BALIGUAT, CHARLOTTE JOYCE VENUS
    61 BALSAMO, EMALYN DIME
    62 BANDOMA, TRISTAN ARIES CANONIGO
    63 BARBOZA, LILY AGNES PALENCIA
    64 BARROGA, BABY JANE PABLICO
    65 BARTE, LEONEL THADEUS BALDEO
    66 BASCO, NADINE KRISTINE RUANTO
    67 BATTO, JAM KIMBERLY DE GUZMAN
    68 BATTULAYAN, KATRINA CAJIGAL
    69 BAUTISTA, FATIMA MARIE SANTOS
    70 BAUTISTA, MARK JAYSON GAGARIN
    71 BAUTISTA, MICHELLE ARANETA
    72 BAYLEN, MA GINA FAVILA
    73 BEMIDA, DOROTHY JOYCE ARQUIZA
    74 BENAMER, CATHERINE LIBUIT
    75 BENAVIDEZ, IRENE KYZYL JOY MATIAS
    76 BERBULLA, XERXIS PREGIL
    77 BERNABE, HAYACENTH IRA JOY COLOCAR
    78 BERNABE, KARREN MAGTUTO
    79 BERNALES, RYZA VALERIE FABRIGAR
    80 BERNARDINO, LEONILA VALENCIA
    81 BERNARDO, EPIFANIO III RIVERA
    82 BESAS, NONIE JEAN LAPIZ
    83 BEÃ'AS, ROMNICK UNAY
    84 BILOH, KHARSUM AJIBON
    85 BINOS, RICHARD SIMON REGALADO
    86 BISMONTE, JUNELLE VICTORIA RUALLO
    87 BLANCO, JOANNA MARIE FACTOR
    88 BOLUSAN, KRIEZL JANE MIRASOL
    89 BOTANTE, JUMIE ROSE PATIÃ'O
    90 BUCHKO, MICHAEL ILIA III JAMIRO
    91 BUENAFLOR, SHIELA MARIE CANARIA
    92 BUHAY, JOSE MARI CAPELLAN
    93 BUISON, NERFIE ACABO
    94 BULAHAO, EVANGELINE DAGADAG
    95 BULAMBAO, CHARRIBELLE ABIERA
    96 BULAO, IVY MAE CORPUZ
    97 BURCA, JENELA MAE ESTRADA
    98 BUREROS, FATIMA MAE DALES
    99 BUTAC, EDNALYN ASUNCION
    100 BUTALID, BABYLIN ACABAL
    101 CABAHUG, JOY ANN BIEN KIAMCO
    102 CABARLES, SHERILYN ESTRADA
    103 CABAÃ'ERO, MARY HOPE JOY ALOG
    104 CABILLETE, MARJORIE SEMILLA
    105 CABRERA, IMIE JOY SAJO
    106 CABRERA, KIMBERLY ANN MATEO
    107 CABUNTOCAN, ANNALYN CARIZO
    108 CADAA, MARIVIC NONONG
    109 CADIGOY, FREDDA MIRAFLORES
    110 CAINTIC, KRISTOFER JOHN REYES
    111 CALABIAS, FELYN BASANIO
    112 CALAPATIA, ANGELYN ROSE FERNANDEZ
    113 CALICA, KRISTINE MAE RAMOS
    114 CALMA, CHENEE LYN TA-AY
    115 CALMA, JESSA MARIE VILLANUEVA
    116 CALUB, THOMAS JAMES PABLO
    117 CALUPAD, SHEENA CHARIZ TOLEDO
    118 CAMACHO, ROSE ANN SANDOVAL
    119 CAMASURA, ABEGAIL PAPA
    120 CAMPOS, MARIA CANDACE LIBARNES
    121 CANDIDIER, LIAREN CABALUNA
    122 CANLAS, VLAIN ALFRED MANARANG
    123 CAPIDOS, KYARA GAMUTAN
    124 CAPUCAO, JOHN PAUL MATIBAG
    125 CAQUILALA, JULIE ANN RABINO
    126 CARANTO, RICHARD JULIUS PAGAOA
    127 CARIAGA, CARMELITA DELA CRUZ
    128 CARIÃ'O, ANNA NICA DIZON
    129 CAROLINO, DEL MARY GRACE DONATO
    130 CARONONGAN, HAZEL LOU MAÃ'EGO
    131 CARPELA, CHERRYL DELOS REYES
    132 CASEÃ'AS, JOHNA MACABANTE
    133 CASIANO, JONAS DAVE FAJARDO
    134 CASILLA, MARK ANTHONY MENDOZA
    135 CASIPIT, JOSEPH LOPEZ
    136 CASPE, CATHERINE RAMIREZ
    137 CASTILLO, RUBY ANNE DELFIN
    138 CASTRO, RUFFA CHRISTINE DIZON
    139 CATEDRILLA, PEBBLES LOPEZ
    140 CATUNGAL, CRISTINE GARCIA
    141 CAUNCERAN, ROSELYN DIMABILDO
    142 CAYABYAB, MARIA THERESA MUNAR
    143 CAÃ'ON, GRACE MAGDATO
    144 CELENDRO, AMERDELLE RAMAS
    145 CELIS, CYKA CUELLO
    146 CERVANTES, JENNILYN PARADO
    147 CHUA, AUDREY MARIE UY
    148 CHUA, ROSE ANNE VALENZUELA
    149 CLAPIS, LILIANNE LEIGH SUAREZ
    150 CO, ELAINE JENNIFER RAMOS
    151 CO, PRINCESS RHEA SANCHEZ
    152 COCSON, ERROL ABELLERA
    153 COMELING, CARLO SUMO
    154 COMIA, PHILIP EDWARD CORNEJO
    155 COMPRENDIO, DECE GRACE CENSORO
    156 CONCEPCION, MICHAEL FRANCIS RIVERA
    157 CONSIGNADO, MARIANNE KAYE CABANIA
    158 COQUILLA, JOANNA MERCEDES ESTILLORE
    159 CORDERO, CHERYDALE BERMEJO
    160 CORDOVA, JONA MAE LABRIAGA
    161 CORITICO, MA JOANNAH SOBRADO
    162 CORPUZ, MARIA ROCELLA VALERA
    163 CORPUZ, MITCHEY VALDEZ
    164 CORTEZ, JENNIFER EMILEE ALCOVER
    165 CREMEN, JEROME BALINGIT
    166 CRUZ, MARY JOAN AGUAS
    167 CUAYZON, BIANCA MAY VERTERA
    168 CUDIA, KRISTOFFER EDMUND ALINEA
    169 CURABO, ROVA MARIE ALMONTE
    170 DAGWASI, RAYMOND GODFREY MANGAC
    171 DAKIS, THERESE CLARE CANO
    172 DALALO, FERNAND PUBLICO
    173 DALANGPAN, APRIL NAPOLES
    174 DANIAL, NIDZMA RADO
    175 DAÃ'O, MAY ANNIE VIC MATIGA
    176 DE ASIS, GERALDINE MERCADO
    177 DE CLARO, CHARLOTTE GRACE DOQUILLO
    178 DE GUZMAN, AVA VEIRA IGNACIO
    179 DE GUZMAN, CATHERINE DIANE SAMSON
    180 DE GUZMAN, CHERRIE ANNE CALIGAN
    181 DE GUZMAN, MA VERONICA ROBLES
    182 DE GUZMAN, ROBERT LOMBOY
    183 DE GUZMAN, VANESA SINOC
    184 DE LEON, KEVIN DULCE
    185 DE LOS ANGELES, STEPHEN JR SEGOVIA
    186 DE LOS SANTOS, FEMIA MARCILLONES
    187 DE LUNA, SCARLETTE BAUTISTA
    188 DE LUNA, WILLISON JOHN ERVAS
    189 DEBULGADO, KRISHA RAMOS
    190 DEGORIO, ROSEMARY BALLOS
    191 DEL ROSARIO, ERIKA PATRICIA DOMINGO
    192 DEL ROSARIO, LEMHIL CRISTJOHN EVANGELISTA
    193 DELA CERNA, ABRIELLE VICTORIA SAMILLANO
    194 DELA CRUZ, JOBELLYN NIETO
    195 DELA CRUZ, JULIET LITONG
    196 DELACRUZ, FATIMA SORIANO
    197 DELEONIO, MARYN DELLOMES
    198 DELOS REYES, ARIANNE MAE BAGASOL
    199 DENURA, JUVEM RIANO
    200 DIAZ, DIANIE VARGAS
    201 DIAZ, FRANCIS ANGELO DE GUZMAN
    202 DIAZ, MARIE STEPHANIE CORNEJO
    203 DICHOSON, DEAH DIASNES
    204 DICLIHON, EUNICE RICARDO
    205 DILLER, JUBIE PEARL DEMEGILLO
    206 DILOY, KRISTINE CASSANDRA VILLANUEVA
    207 DIMALALA, JESUS JOHN CORTEZ
    208 DIMALALUAN, MARIA TERESA VILLANUEVA
    209 DIMAPORO, AISHA LAMPING
    210 DINGAL, JENE TORREFIEL
    211 DIONGLAY, MARIA REGINA DE LEON
    212 DIVINAGRACIA, JOYCE FUENTES
    213 DOMDOM, ROSE ANNE LIBARDO
    214 DOMINGO, DAHLIA MAE PANTUA
    215 DOMINGO, JULPHA RICHELLE GESMUNDO
    216 DOMINGO, PERLIE CLIA BARROGA
    217 DOROTAN, CHARMAINE MIGUEL
    218 DUCAY, MARY CRIS AVILES
    219 DUERME, ROSELLE VISITACION BALLESTEROS
    220 DUMLAO, ANGELI MAE PAPAGAYO
    221 EDANG, ANTONIETTE MARIE GEONANGA
    222 ELAZEGUI, KARMINA ISABEL ELA
    223 ENGUERRA, GLORPRIL ARCELIA JIMENEZ
    224 ENRIQUEZ, MA CHREESTA UY
    225 ESCOLTA, JEAN GRACE LUCEÃ'O
    226 ESCOTO, KIMBERLY GALE MERCADO
    227 ESPERAT, JEREMAE LASIN
    228 ESPINO, REELETTE ANGELINE CHUA
    229 ESPIRITU, JOYNES NARCISO
    230 ESPIRITU, MARIA THERESSE RILLORTA
    231 ESTABILLO, FAITH ANN REBUCAL
    232 ESTEBAN, LALEN SOLIS
    233 ESTOMO, MA SENICA LOU ASTROLOGO
    234 ESTRADA, ESTEPHANIE JOY ALVENDIA
    235 ESTRADA, JANE KENNETH TURINGAN
    236 ESTRELLON, JENNIFER DOMINGO
    237 ESTUDILLO, JENCO MANUNTAG
    238 EVANGELISTA, MICHELLE ALCUETAS
    239 FABIAN, NICO CAMINGAL
    240 FABRO, ANA KATRINA LAQUIAN
    241 FAIGAO, PAULA LOU TABUNO
    242 FAJARDO, DEA BALIZA
    243 FAMACION, ANNE CLARE LABORTE
    244 FERARO, MANILYN FAIGMANI
    245 FERNANDEZ, ROWENA SANCHEZ
    246 FERNANDO, NICO GOZUM
    247 FLORES, EIZEL DIANE DIMAYA
    248 FLORES, KALVIN ROSALES
    249 FLORES, MADELINE RAMOS
    250 FLORIDA, CHRISTINE JOY MATCHAN
    251 FONACIER, ERLITA PALABAY
    252 FRANCO, NESLIE ENRILE
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    255 GABRIEL, INGRID JOYCE MANGIBUNONG
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    259 GAMBA, ROBELYN CRISTOBAL
    260 GANACIAS, MARIA KRISTINE RUIZ
    261 GANANCIAL, KATHLEEN JEAN SOLIVA
    262 GARCIA, LARA MARIELLE RAZO
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    264 GARCIA, VICTORIA GRACE SANDOVAL
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    272 GETURBOS, MARIECON SHAYNE RAMBAUD
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    276 GUEVARRA, NIKKI JESSANNE SARMIENTO
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    279 GUMBAN, SARAH JOY GUMBAN
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    286 HASAN, NURAIDA RUBIN
    287 HEREDIA, JUVELYN RIVAS
    288 HERUELA, SOL MIECHIS VALDERRAMA
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    290 HIPONIA, MARIE GRACE NARGATAN
    291 HIZOLE, JELLICON MAE IGNACIO
    292 HOLLESCA, GENEBEBS VILLANUEVA
    293 HONDRADA, RHODA BETANIA
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    295 HUETE, JANSSEN IRENE BERMASE
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    298 ILICITO, WYNMARYD ALBAÃ'A
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    300 INFANTE, ALETHA JANE MIGUEL
    301 INVENTOR, ERIC GUTIERREZ
    302 IÃ'IGO, CLARO II RAMIREZ
    303 JABONERO, HAZEL MOMO
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    305 JAVIER, MA GECELENE ANNE MAGSINO
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    315 JUNTILLA, FEBRICH LLOYD PABLEO
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    317 KAMANTIGUE, EDMARK CUNAG
    318 KAWI, LYNETTE BERNADINE LOYOLA
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    322 KIMMAYONG, EDNA VILLAMOR
    323 KING, MARISSA LORENE HAO
    324 KUMAR, JOSEPH STEPHEN MASHIR SANORIA
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    326 LABOS, IRISH LAVILYN UBALDO
    327 LABRINTO, EVELYN CABAGUING
    328 LACERNA, RENELLA VALENCIA
    329 LACHICA, ELAINE MARIE GERIAN
    330 LACSON, CELSO JR GALACHE
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    333 LALATA, ROMMEL JAY COSTES
    334 LAMPA, MARY ANNE GARCIA
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    336 LANCHINEBRE, ERMAVIE MOLINAS
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    340 LANTICSE, FRANCIS SOLEI VILLAMERA
    341 LARA, KATRICE PANIS
    342 LAUREL, RICKY JAY MONDIDO
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    344 LAYUGAN, CARLO EMANUEL YAPO
    345 LEGASPI, CHRISIE GRECIA
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    347 LICATAN, BIANCA KARLA POLINES
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    351 LIPAYON, MARY JOY INDIC
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    357 LUIS, GRACE CHRISTINE BAYANI
    358 LUNA, AGAPE JOY BITANGA
    359 LUPENARIO, ALMAR JOHN CAPITO
    360 LUZ, MARIE BERNADETTE SALVADOR
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    362 MABAGOS, QUINN JAE SISON
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    376 MAGTIBAY, CAROL CRUZ
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    383 MANGONDATO, HANNAH LOMONDOT
    384 MANUEL, CRESTA JOY DULAY
    385 MAPULA, SHIELLA MARIE DE JESUS
    386 MARIANO, HAZEL MAE VELOSO
    387 MARTEJA, KATRINA MARIE BOQUIREN
    388 MARTIN, CHERIE CLAIRE BIGES
    389 MARTINEZ, VINCE IAN RAMOS
    390 MARUHOM, JAFESAH JAIMA GAMUTAN
    391 MAS-OUD, NIHMA MOIN
    392 MATAFLORIDA, MARIA ROSCEL ALESNA
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    395 MENTES, RIENA CASINTO
    396 MESA, CATHERINE REYES
    397 MICHAEL, KEVIN LORISTO
    398 MINGUILLAN, ERICA MYLA DOCTORA
    399 MIRANDA, IVANA LEE MANGASER
    400 MIRANO, GIANCARLO GUTIERREZ
    401 MOLABOLA, MARY ANN AÃ'OVER
    402 MONSERRAT, WILMA ARESTADO
    403 MONTEL, ZENNY MATA
    404 MORA, ALGER LAZARO
    405 MORES, JHONA LYN JUBAC
    406 NADIAHAN, MILLICENT CLAUDETTE BANTIYAN
    407 NAVA, NIANE KAY TANGCO
    408 NAVARETTE, ANNE ELAINE HERRERA
    409 NAVARRA, MARK BRIAN SUPNET
    410 NAVARRO, MARI ANN GARCIA
    411 NAYNES, ABIGAIL CATINDIG
    412 NIEDZIELSKI, WEILANA YANDOC
    413 NOAY, CECILLE MAY
    414 NOEFE, MARNEY MEI ALAFRIZ
    415 NURULLA, RICHZEIMER GABRIEL FERRER
    416 OCAMPO, HANNA MAY ECARAN
    417 ODASCO, PHOEBE LOIS CONTE
    418 OFRECIO, MALLENROSE KRISTINE MARCELO
    419 ORNEDO, KIRSTIE MYHRE CASAREO
    420 ORNOPIA, BEVERLY
    421 ORTAÃ'EZ, CLARK KEENAN ROGADO
    422 OTAYDE, DIXIE ROSE ARNAEZ
    423 PACARDO, FLORDIE MAE BELONIO
    424 PACATANG, LIEZEL DANTES
    425 PACHECO, APPLE BLANCO
    426 PACHECO, MANUEL FELIPE NARCISO
    427 PACQUIAO, IAN ACE ALBERCA
    428 PADEROG, MELISSA JUNE VILLENA
    429 PADIERNOS, KATHERINE JOYCE TOTAAN
    430 PADIRAYON, AIZA LAFORGA
    431 PAGAR, KAREN OCOL
    432 PAJAR, NIÃ'A SALAMANCA
    433 PALADA, MICHELLE PABLO
    434 PALANGYO, ANNALYN PEDRO
    435 PAMONAG, MARICEL CALANAO
    436 PARAYAOAN, PAMELA RODESA MANUEL
    437 PARCON, MELJOFFER PUNZALAN
    438 PARGAD, JULIUS ESTIPONA
    439 PASAPORTE, ROSAFLOR AGUSTIN
    440 PASAYLO, ADELE CAROLINE TESORO
    441 PASCUAL, KATRINA LACISTE
    442 PATRON, JULIE ANNE FUENTES
    443 PAYDO-AN, JECELYN LAWANGEN
    444 PECHON, EUNICE NEY PERNITES
    445 PEDRAZA, RYAN CIMINI
    446 PERALTA, DEIL REYES
    447 PERUCHO, KRYSTEL LAGAÃ'A
    448 PIALA, RAYMOND DELA TORRE
    449 PINSON, JOAN KUH CAUAN
    450 POJAS, FE LUISA CALAMINOS
    451 PORNELOS, BEEJAY SALUIB
    452 POSADAS, CHRISTINE AIRI CIA
    453 POTENCIANO, ROSE ANNE DINDIN
    454 PUENTESPINA, VANESSA CAM
    455 PULANCO, CHRISTEL DESCARGAR
    456 QUEREQUINCIA, JOSEPH MARI BAGUILOD
    457 QUILANTANG, GEOANNE MAKILANG
    458 QUIROGA, ELANE FUNGO
    459 QUIROS, LONI ROSE BERNARDO
    460 QUIÃ'ON, DARLENE SARONA
    461 RABANAL, PLINKY ANTONIO
    462 RAMIREZ, RONA UNIANA
    463 RAMISCAL, MARJORIE ANN MALLARE
    464 RAMOS, JEFFREY DE GUZMAN
    465 RAMOS, SHERMAINE SY
    466 RAPIO, LUCKY GRACIELLE SUBIA
    467 RAQUEL, YVONNE TAPAYAN
    468 RECLA, MYRNA BUENAFE
    469 REGANIT, CITIZEN MOSES III ABELLAR
    470 REYES, KATHERINE VENTANILLA
    471 REYES, NONETTE TABUGA
    472 REYES, ROMMEL TEJONES
    473 RIVERA, GERMAIN DIVINAGRACIA
    474 RIVERA, PERRY KASPERUS TALA
    475 ROBES, CAMILA BONIEL
    476 RODRIGUEZ, MARIA KRISTINA CALLO
    477 RODRIGUEZ, MARIA KRISTINA REALUBIT
    478 ROJAS, KATRIN MACALINO
    479 ROMERO, CHARRIE MAE MISTRAL
    480 ROMERO, KATHERINE JOY COBALLES
    481 ROMERO, SHIRYL ISAGUNDE
    482 RONDUEN, FEBRUARY AIRA ANGAY
    483 RONQUILLO, BEVERLY FAYE ANOCHOSO
    484 ROSARIO, JULIUS CEZAR MARTINEZ
    485 ROXAS, MARNEALLE SANGALANG
    486 ROXAS, MAUDE ANNE INVENTOR
    487 RUFINO, JANINE MARJA BAYUGAN
    488 RUSIANA, THERESA PACE
    489 SABILI, KAREN JOYCE BRUEL
    490 SABLAY, NINOTCHKA PRINCES BADIANG
    491 SACRAMENTO, JOSEPHINE FE SHERYLL BANDOLA
    492 SAJO, JULIE ANN JALANDONI
    493 SALAMANCA, KATHLEEN SHEENA DADULLA
    494 SALAMANCA, LYN VENICE ITO
    495 SALARDA, JUDEL FELISID ALBAY
    496 SALVERON, JO LEANE ROYO
    497 SAN ANDRES, ANNA KATRINA LORENZO
    498 SAN GABRIEL, JOSE MIGUEL BERNARDINO
    499 SAN JOSE, MARCELINA MARICEL AGILLON
    500 SANDIG, AION IRENE DIZON
    501 SANDIONGCO, MARIA WINNA SALANGSANG
    502 SANDOVAL, FATIMA JOY ROSARIO
    503 SANTIAGO, JESSICA DE GUZMAN
    504 SANTIAGO, MARY JOY CARLOS
    505 SANTOS, KRISTINE RIVERA
    506 SANTOS, MARY GRACE CASEM
    507 SARMIENTO, CARLO MANUEL MONJE
    508 SARMIENTO, REY BELMONTE
    509 SARONA, MIRILYN NICOR
    510 SAYON, ADRIAN CHRISTOPHER JABIDO
    511 SELGAS, CAMILLE FLORES
    512 SEMILLA, MARIELLA ANN MOGOL
    513 SIACOR, LEEM GEE GALON
    514 SOMBILON, THESA MAE RAZ
    515 SORIANO, JASMIN CLAIRE LEUNG
    516 SORSANO, LEAH JOYCE SEREVO
    517 STA RITA, AIVEE KARMINA TAN
    518 STO TOMAS, MARY JANE REY
    519 SUAREZ, CECILIO III MANAOIS
    520 SUBIDO, WENDI JOYCE DELA CRUZ
    521 SUELLO, MARICEL CEPEDOZA
    522 SULAIMAN, NASRA KAYTING
    523 SUMBILLO, DESIREE MAGPANTAY
    524 SUNGA, KRINESSA TOLENTINO
    525 SURPIA, MARIA CLARINDA UY
    526 TABIAN, CYRUS GALVIN ARREZA
    527 TABLATIN, ETHEL JOY REYES
    528 TACANG, RESHYL JEAN OMISOL
    529 TALABUDDIN, MUDZDALIFA SAHIAL
    530 TALAROC, SHEILAMAR BUENACOSA
    531 TAMONDONG, MA MILAGROS MALICDEM
    532 TAN, ESTEPHANY SANTOS
    533 TAN, FRANROSE PANIQUE
    534 TAN, MA GISELLE TOMANENG
    535 TAN, WILLIA MARIE LUTERO
    536 TARAGUA, TRACI LIN RADAZA
    537 TARDEO, RAYNER SALAZAR
    538 TEE, CHARIEVEL REXIE SULPICO
    539 THEODOSSIS, MISCHELLE ANNE GARCES
    540 TIBI, ARLYN JOY GARLAN
    541 TIMBOL, JACQUELINE SEBASTIAN
    542 TIONGSON, JANINE BARCIA
    543 TIZON, LOUELLA LORRAINE TIONGSON
    544 TOGOTO, KRISTINA SHUN PERALTA
    545 TORDESILLAS, CARLO ADRIAN EPHRAIM TORRES
    546 TORRALBA, IMARI JOYCE PENULLAR
    547 TORRES, ROWELL CASACLANG
    548 TROPA, AILEAH KATHLEEN GONZALES
    549 TUMAYAN, EVERLY CALHI
    550 TUVILLA, KRISTY PACULBA
    551 TUYOR, PAZ VALERIE BARIMBAO
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    555 UY, BLANCHE IVANE CHIQUILLO
    556 UY, JE-ANN BONGALOS
    557 UY, LOUIS ISAGANI ZAMORA
    558 VALDEZ, NOEMI AZCUETA
    559 VASQUEZ, JISEL RALLOS
    560 VERGARA, MARGIE JOY PARAMI
    561 VILLA, JOANNA MAE REYES
    562 VILLANUEVA, EVANGELINE MANZANO
    563 VILLAREAL, CLAIRE GRANTOZA
    564 VILLAROSA, HEREN HOPE SANCHEZ
    565 VILLASIS, MELODY VACARO
    566 VIZCONDE, RODEL MARTIN PAREDES
    567 WATIWAT, QUEENY MAY PAMATONG
    568 YAH, SHALA CZARINA TRIMOR
    569 YANA, GAILLE ANTOINETTE ALBA
    570 YANGYANG, ROMELYN SUMALINOG
    571 YANOS, VANESSA ALEJO
    572 YEO, ELLAINE ANN SILVOSA
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    575 YU, DIANE NICOLE YU
    576 ZEQUE, ROMEL SISON
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    Tuesday, 17 January 2012 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Friday, 13 January 2012

    Bourne Legacy Filming Locations and Maps

    Many scenes of the movie 'The Bourne Legacy' are to be filmed in the Philippines. Local producer Jun Juban and Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) are in coordination with the movie’s directors and production crew on some filming locations in Metro Manila.

    Reports said the film will be shot in Intramuros, Navotas fishport, R. Magsaysay Blvd, Ayala Avenue, Nagtahan, Marikina City Market, San Andres Market, and Pasay-Taft Rotonda.

    There are also reports that Bourne Legacy will shoot in Palawan, Jones Bridge and a helicopter scene over Pasig River.

    Here are the schedules of the shoot:

  • January 11-15: San Andres St.
  • January 14: San Andres cor. Quirino and Taft Ave
  • January 15: Leveriza Street, from Balingkit to San Andres
  • January 18 and 19: J. Bocobo corner Remedios streets
  • January 25: Riverside Road, Real and Sta. Lucia Streets in Intramuros
  • February 5: Jones Bridge
  • February 8-15: Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard
  • February 17 and 18: Riverside Road, Real and Sta. Lucia Streets in Intramuros
  • Also, latest traffic maps as provided by MMDA are shown here. Affected areas are temporarily closed to traffic.
    • January 11 to 13, 2012, 5am to 6pm - Leveriza Street
    • January 14, 2012, 5pm to 12mn - Leveriza Street; 12mn to 6am - San Andres Street
    • January 15, 2012, 5pm to 12mn - Leveriza Street; 12mn to 5am - Quirino Avenue
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    Friday, 13 January 2012 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    'ANGGULO' PROFILES THE YOUNGHUSBAND BROTHERS

    This Wednesday (January 11), Anggulo tackles the days in the lives of local football celebrities James and Phil Younghusband on TV5 and Aksyon TV.

    Full press release after the jump...

    PRESS RELEASE FROM ABS-CBN:
    This Wednesday (January 11), Anggulo tackles the days in the lives of local football celebrities James and Phil Younghusband on TV5 and Aksyon TV.

    Born just eleven months apart in Middlesex, England to a Filipina mother and a British father, Phil and James Younghusband have become the poster boys of local football after they made a swing from Europe—as part of the youth and reserve teams of England’s premier football club Chelsea—to Asia as lead athletes of Philippine national football team Azkals.

    The names Phil and James have almost become synonymous with the prominence of football in the country. But despite their commonalities, the two seem to take different paths. Striker Phil once joined a celebrity singing competition and has a celebrity steady date in the person of Angel Locsin. The usually shy, midfielder James, on the other hand, continues to link football and their fame. He says he wanted to use their popularity in order to promote football in the country and wants it to be a sports for the working class too and not just for the elite.

    Together they have put up The Younghusband Football Academy (TYFA), a football tutorial program which they bring all over the country. They also constantly strike a pose in front of the camera as models and endorsers of different products, and serve as football ambassadors of AKTV, the sports block of TV5.

    Join award-winning broadcast journalist Luchi Cruz-Valdes and senior reporters Roices Naguit-Sibal, Maricel Halili and Ina Zara as they take a shot on getting James’ and Phil’s insights on football, family and fame this Wednesday (January 11), 10:15pm (after P.S. I Love You) on TV5; with a one-hour Producer’s Cut at earlier timeslot (7:30pm) over Aksyon TV (Channel 41 in Mega Manila, Channel 29 in Metro Cebu and Davao, Channel 1 on Cignal Digital TV and Channel 59 on Sky Cable).
    Medianewserphil

    by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Tuesday, 10 January 2012

    Anti-Bullying bill signed into law

    The House of Representatives signed into law a bill that seeks to require education institutions to create an anti-bullying policy or also known as House Bill 5496, co-authored by Representative Christopher Co and called the “Anti-Bullying Act of 2012.”

    The new law requires a handbook on bullying prevention and measures to be distributed to students, teachers, parents and guardians. It would also require all new schools to include policies prior to operation.

    The “Anti-Bullying Act of 2012” includes cyber-bullying or any bullying done through the use of technology or any electronic means. This is in particular bullying in social networking sites Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and the like.

    Bullying shall be prohibited on school grounds, and during school-related activities, the measure stated.

    The Department of Education shall prescribe the appropriate administrative sanctions on school administrations who shall fail to comply with the requirements provided in the proposed law.

    Erring private schools shall likewise suffer the penalty of suspension of their permits to operate.

    Bullying can be summed up as causing physical and emotional abuse against another person. Most incidents of bullying in the Philippines go unreported primarily because of the shame that victims go through.

    References: loqal.ph, sunstar.com.ph

    Tuesday, 10 January 2012 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Renato Corona Impeachment Trial Live Stream

    Watch Renato Corona impeachment trial live stream on your PC or other device through live video coverage or streaming online. The impeachment trial of Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona will begin on January 16, 2012, Monday at 2 o’clock in the afternoon.

    Renato Corona Impeachment Trial Live StreamSenate President Juan Ponce Enrile will act as presiding officer of the impeachment court to be attended by members of the prosecution panel of the House of Representatives, and the defense panel of Chief Justice Renato Corona, among others.

    The Senate Public Relations and Information Bureau (PRIB) issued on December 28, 2011 the guidelines for live media coverage of the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato C. Corona.

    According to Manila Bulletin, due to the limited space and the many requests for live coverage, Senate PRIB Director Raymund Corro said only PRIB and four networks’ cameramen and their broadcast equipment will be allowed inside the Plenary Hall.

    It is speculated that GMA-7 Network, ABS-CBN Kapamilya, and TV5 Kapatid are among the four networks to air the trial live.

    Live streaming link will be provided here as soon as available from a third-party source.

    by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Sunday, 8 January 2012

    Black Nazarene feast stampede injured a number of devotees

    An undetermined number of people were injured in a stampede at Rizal Park in Manila on Monday, January 10, 2012, as they scrambled to touch the sculpture of the Black Nazarene at the start of the procession.

    News footage of the procession showed scores of devotees pushing and shoving near the Quirino Grandstand right after the Mass celebrated by newly installed Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Tagle, ABS-CBN News said. "A steel railing was toppled while an elderly woman and a barefoot man were seen grimacing in pain before being carried off to get medical treatment."

    Some of the devotees sustained leg and head injuries during the stampede.

    A separate report by GMA-7 News said some 708 people out of the seven million devotees who joined the celebration of the Feast of the Black Nazarene in Quiapo, Manila on Sunday, suffered minor injuries such as blisters, lacerations, punctures, and high blood pressure.

    Philippine Red Cross (PRC) secretary general Gwendolyn Pang said that of the 708 injured people, 14 were brought to hospitals in Manila.

    Sunday, 8 January 2012 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Schools with No Classes on January 9, 2012 Due to Feast of the Black Nazarene

    Some DepEd schools, colleges and universities in Manila area will have no classes tomorrow, January 9, 2012 (Monday), on occasion of the Feast of the Black Nazarene to ensure the safety of the students.

    Classes of schools mentioned below were declared suspended because they expect to be greatly affected by heavy traffic due to the celebration and procession for the Feast.

    Here is the list of schools which are suspended to have classes tomorrow. Sources of class suspension range from DepEd advisory, Mayor Lim's instruction, respective school administration's announcement, or TV and radio news.

    • Manila Science High School
    • Araullo High School
    • Manila High School
    • Ramon Avanceña High School
    • Geronimo Santiago High School
    • Apolinario Mabini Elementary School
    • City College of Manila
    • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
    • Far Eastern University
    • Adamson University
    • Unibersidad de Manila
    • Colegio de San Juan de Letran
    • University of Santo Tomas
    • University of the East

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    PNoy Confirmed Terror Threat on Black Nazarene Procession

    A credible and unspecific terror threat against the Black Nazarene procession was revealed on Sunday in a briefing by President Benigno Aquino III. Reports said PNoy called on Filipinos to exercise "maximum vigilance and discipline" leading up to and during the Black Nazarene feast on Monday, January 9, 2012.


    "I am sad that terrorists want to disrupt ability of people to live their lives, including freedom to worship and other community activities," he said at a press briefing in Malacañang on Sunday.

    “There are several individuals associated with a terrorist group. There is a report that they were spotted in the National Capital Region,” he added.

    Plans to disrupt the procession, "possibly with terror attacks," were uncovered. "The state will protect the devotees to the fullest extent possible."

    The President appealed to the estimated nine million devotees expected to attend the procession to "not bring the following to the processions: cell phones, weapons, fireworks. Anyone who is caught bringing or using fireworks will be apprehended.”

    According to Rappler, Police chief Nicanor Bartolome said they have placed the entire 15,000-strong police force in Metro Manila on full alert as part of a comprehesive security and public safety plan.

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    Thursday, 5 January 2012

    Compostela Valley Landslide kills 25, 100 missing

    A landslide swallowed small-scale mining area in Pantukan, Compostela Valley in southern Philippines early Thursday morning, January 5, 2012, killing at least 25 people, and that more than 100 others remain buried in the rubble.

    Maj. Jacob Obligado, spokesperson of the 10th Infantry Division, said the landslide happened at around 3 a.m. in Sitio Diat Uno and Diat Palo in the barangay of Napnapan. Earlier reports said the landslide took place in the village of Kingking, Inquirer said.

    Emergency workers were heading to the area to help dig for survivors and bodies.

    Landslides are common in this area. Last April, some residents near the site of Thursday's slide were forced to evacuate after a landslide killed about 20 people.

    In a separate report of Coolbuster, NDRRMC executive director Benito Ramos in an interview said his theory is that the landslide could have been triggered by a January 5 (12:01 AM) earthquake that occured in the nearby province of Davao Oriental.

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    December 2011 NLE Results - Nursing Board Exam Results December 2011

    The December 2011 NLE Results, also referred to as the December 2011 Nurses Licensure Examination or Nursing Board Exam Results December 2011, will be posted on this page minutes after the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) officially released the list of passers, top 10 passers, and other information.

    We will also provide a forecast of the release date of the results of this examination same as what we did prior to the release of July 2011 NLE Results.

    Bazics.net made a 100% accuracy forecast in predicting the point-working day for the number of working days (37 working days) the July 2011 Nursing Board Examination results were released. Also, we made a one-day advance forecast for the December 2010 NLE Results.

    All forecasts made used statistical tools to accurately predict the number of working days.

    Better bookmark this page or share it to others to disseminate this information.

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    Wednesday, 4 January 2012

    UPCAT 2012-2013 Results

    Expect on this page updates for UPCAT 2012-2013 Results. If you have taken the UP College Admission Test (UPCAT) held last August 6 or 7, 2011 and want to receive results of it, then this is the right place for you.

    The University of the Philippines College Admission Test (UPCAT) for incoming freshmen of Academic Year 2012-2013 was conducted in various selected testing centers nationwide.

    The UPCAT consists of 4 subtests: Language Proficiency, Science, Mathematics, and Reading Comprehension. Once you qualify to enter a campus, you are then screened for acceptance into one of the degree programs you chose. Different grade predictors are used for different programs. Campus qualifiers are ranked according to the degree program predictor. Top-ranking qualifiers are accepted according to the number of slots available for that program.

    The UPCAT 2012 Results online will be available here probably between January and February 2012.

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    Saturday, 31 December 2011

    No Classes on January 2, 2012 - DepEd said

    Based on DepEd Order No. 28 series of 2011, there are no classes on January 2, 2012 (Monday) for kindergarten, elementary, and high school levels. DepEd's Calendar of Activities for School Year 2011-2012 clearly stated that classes will resume on January 3, 2012 (Tuesday) after the Christmas and New Year holiday break.

    Meanwhile, based on the list of official public holidays in the Philippines in 2012 as outlined in Proclamation No. 295 declared by Malacañang officials, January 2 is not a holiday.

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    Tyron Perez Found Dead in an Abandoned Car

    Model, actor and TV host and GMA-7 StarStruck alumnus Tyron Perez was found dead in an abandoned car at Que Grande in Barangay Ugong, Valenzuela City Thursday, Radyo Inquirer 990AM said. He was 26.

    The cause of death is still unknown, according to chief public information officer of Valenzuela City, Ahna Mejia. In an interview of 990AM, Ahna said that the Toyota Altis where Perez’s body was found was already parked near Que Grande in the morning but the body was later discovered only at night.

    In a separate report and according to the tweet of Mark Salazar @MarkSalazarGMA7: Young actor Tyrone Perez committed suicide" on December 29, 2011. He's dead. Please pray for his family and friends. He is now trending currently globally on twitter because of his suicide. He is the second Starstruck member who died in the month of December after Marky Cielo.

    However, police are still conducting an investigation if there is a foul play of his death since police still treated it as suspicious.

    Tyron became famous after joining StarStruck in 2003 and started the leading role as Dwight in the 2006 movie Twilight Dancers. On June 2010, Jerry Sineneng led his entry into ABS-CBN and after talks with Malou Santos and Johnny Manahan, Tyrone has formally signed up with the network's talent management arm - Star Magic. This officially made him a KAPAMILYA.

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    Sunday, 25 December 2011

    Rescue Run 2011 (Race for Sendong Victims) - December 31, 2011

    Greentennial Run will be hosting a "Rescue Run," a community race for Typhoon Sendong Victims on December 31, 2011 at McKinley Hills, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City. The Rescue Run is a 5k-meter race aimed to help victims of Sendong in Cagayan De Oro, Iligan City and nearby provinces.


    This is the last and probably the most significant race of the year 2011.

    Rescue Run 2011 (Race for Sendong)
    December 31, 2011 @ 5:30AM
    McKinley Hills
    5K
    Organizer: Greentennial Run (BEST EFFORT in 9 Days)

    Registration Fee
    Donation Only! – P150 Minimum
    - NO Freebies, NO Timing Chip, NO Singlet

    Registration

    Registration Venue: (starting December 26, 2011)
    Registration Dec 26 – Dec30: MONDAY-FRIDAY
    - ROX at Boni High Street
    - SECOND WIND Store at 45 Malingap St, Teachers Village (Tel. 238-4005) and at Ortigas Home Depot branch ( Tel. 914-0283)

    Registration Dec 27 – Dec 30 TUESDAY-FRIDAY
    - ARC Store (A Runner’s Circle) at Aloha Hotel, Roxas blvd corner Quirino ave, Mla (Tel. 5674786)

    Source: PinoyFitness.com, Greentennial Facebook Page

    Sunday, 25 December 2011 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Rescue Run 2011 (Race for Sendong Victims) - December 31, 2011

    Greentennial Run will be hosting a "Rescue Run," a community race for Typhoon Sendong Victims on December 31, 2011 at McKinley Hills, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City. The Rescue Run is a 5k-meter race aimed to help victims of Sendong in Cagayan De Oro, Iligan City and nearby provinces.


    This is the last and probably the most significant race of the year 2011.

    Rescue Run 2011 (Race for Sendong)
    December 31, 2011 @ 5:30AM
    McKinley Hills
    5K
    Organizer: Greentennial Run (BEST EFFORT in 9 Days)

    Registration Fee
    Donation Only! – P150 Minimum
    - NO Freebies, NO Timing Chip, NO Singlet

    Registration

    Registration Venue: (starting December 26, 2011)
    Registration Dec 26 – Dec30: MONDAY-FRIDAY
    - ROX at Boni High Street
    - SECOND WIND Store at 45 Malingap St, Teachers Village (Tel. 238-4005) and at Ortigas Home Depot branch ( Tel. 914-0283)

    Registration Dec 27 – Dec 30 TUESDAY-FRIDAY
    - ARC Store (A Runner’s Circle) at Aloha Hotel, Roxas blvd corner Quirino ave, Mla (Tel. 5674786)

    Source: PinoyFitness.com, Greentennial Facebook Page

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    Tuesday, 20 December 2011

    JULIUS BABAO EXPOSES CHRISTMAS MODUS OPERANDI ON 'XXX'


    Don't be fooled this Christmas and know how you can keep your money or belongings safe as Julius Babao reveals the various modus that are rampant during Christmas season tonight (December 19) in XXX.

    Full press release after the jump...

    PRESS RELEASE FROM ABS-CBN:
    "Don't be fooled this Christmas and know how you can keep your money or belongings safe as Julius Babao reveals the various modus that are rampant during Christmas season this Monday (December 19) in XXX.

    "Anthony Taberna, on the other hand, look into a complaint of a customer whose hair was allegedly damaged by a salon. It was learned that the hair treatment used is unrecognized by the Food and Drug Administration.

    "Meanwhile, Pinky Webb follows a young man for a couple of days, not for any wrong doing but for his selfless efforts to help his family and finish his education at the same time. XXX helps him in a different way and gives back in time for the yuletide season.

    "XXX, this year's won Outstanding Crime/Investigative Program at the Golden Screen TV awards, has been breaking some of the country's important stories to date. It caught on cam former Batangas Governor Antonio Leviste going out of prison this year after months of surveillance. And its expose on the maltreatment of a grandmother detained in a dog cage spurred public outrage on how the family treated its mother.

    XXX airs tonight (December 12) after Bandila on ABS-CBN. You can also watch it at DZMM TeleRadyo tonight at 9:15 pm.
    Medianewserphil

    Tuesday, 20 December 2011 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Storm Sendong leaves 652 dead, 900 missing

    Tropical Storm Sendong wrought catastrophic damage in Mindanao, leaving at least 652 people dead and 900 others missing, most of whom are feared dead and millions of pesos in damages to houses, buildings, and crops.

    Reports said, most of the fatalities are from Cagayan de Oro and Iligan cities which were hit by flashfloods.


    According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), the fatality figure is expected to rise as workers continue to retrieve bodies.

    Tropical Storm Sendong (international name: Washi) was formed early on December 14, 2011 as an unnamed tropical depression. During that day the depression gradually developed before being upgraded to a tropical storm and assigned the name Sendong, by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical & Astronimical Services Administration on December 15.

    In just 12 hours (December 16 (Friday evening) to December 17), Washi dumped more than a month of average rain on Mindanao which recorded a rainfall amount of 180.9 mm. "This is more than the normal volume of monthly rains in Cagayan for December, which is 99 mm," according to weather forecaster Aldczar Aurelio.

    Thousands of soldiers and hundreds of local police, reservists, coast guard officers and civilian volunteers were mobilized for rescue efforts, but were hampered by flooded-out roads and lack of electricity. Rescuers in boats rushed offshore to save people swept out to sea, Associated Press said.

    Photo Credits: GMA 7 Network

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    Kim Jong Il, North Korean leader Died of Heart Ailment

    Kim Jong-il, the Supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) who was also referred to as the "Dear Leader", "our Father", "the General" and "Generalissimo" died of a heart attack on Monday. He was 69.


    Reports said he died of a heart ailment on a train due to a "great mental and physical strain" on Saturday, December 19, 2011, during a "high intensity field inspection," according to state television from the North Korean capital, Pyongyang.

    Kim Jong-il, also written as Kim Jong Il, was ranked 31st in Forbes Magazine's List of The World's Most Powerful People in 2010. He is known to be a mercurial and enigmatic leader whose iron rule and nuclear ambitions dominated world security fears for more than 10 years.

    Kim Jong Il inherited power after his father, revered North Korean founder Kim Il Sung, died in 1994. He had been groomed for 20 years to lead the communist nation founded by his guerrilla fighter-turned-politician father and built according to the principle of "juche," or self-reliance, Associated Press said.

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    Tuesday, 13 December 2011

    'ANGGULO' PROFILES ATTY. MIDAS MARQUEZ

    In his rare TV appearance away from the Supreme Court podium, Marquez opens up his professional and personal life to TV5′s senior correspondents Jove Francisco, Maricel Halili, and Ina Zara for tonight's Anggulo.

    Full press release after the jump...
    PRESS RELEASE FROM TV5:
    With him being constantly seen in front of the cameras at a time when the High Tribunal is faced with a string of controversial issues, Associate Justice Jose Midas P. Marquez becomes the face and voice of the nation’s last bastion of democracy—the Supreme Court (SC).

    But he has more to face than the issues besieging the institution. Since his appointment as spokesperson and acting chief of the SC Public Information Office during Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s term, Marquez has also been the subject of criticism. He is sometimes criticized for his explanation and interpretation of the High Court’s final interpretation of the law.

    And just recently, a video showing Marquez reacting comically and effeminately when a microphone fell off from the SC podium has become viral over the Internet and other social media sites.

    In his rare TV appearance away from the Supreme Court podium, Marquez opens up his professional and personal life to TV5′s senior correspondents Jove Francisco, Maricel Halili, and Ina Zara.

    How does he react to the attention and misconception being accorded to him by the media and the general public? TV5′s Anggulo creates a platform for the SC spokesperson to be known beyond work. He is a basketball addict and still finds time to play when not at work. Since his law school days in Ateneo, he got hooked on the art of bonsai. A current member of the Philippine Bonsai Society, Marquez has also joined exhibits and maintains a collection of about 500bonsai plants.

    Anggulo airs this tonight (December 14), 10pm before Aksyon Journalismo on TV5. It also airs earlier at 7:30 pm over Aksyon TV (Channel 41 in Mega Manila, Channel 29 in Metro Cebu and Davao, Channel 1 on Cignal Digital TV and Channel 59 on Sky Cable).
    Medianewserphil

    Tuesday, 13 December 2011 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0

    Sunday, 11 December 2011

    TV5 DEBUTS CHRISTMAS STATION ID

    TV5 debuted its Christmas Station ID last week with a star-studded appearances of Kapatids from News and Entertainment divisions.

    Dubbed as 'Krismas Mas Mas Masaya,' it features News Head Luchi Cruz Valdez, anchors Cheryl Cosim, Jove Francisco, Amelyn Veloso, Tulfo brothers, Paolo Bediones, Public Atorni moderator Persida Acosta, Mike Templo, Shawn Yao, Amy Perez etc., and talents from the entertainment division.

    New Kapatid Mega Star Sharon Cuneta led the Christmas SID.

    See video below:



    Related Story: GMA NEWS TV LAUNCHES CHRISTMAS STATION ID
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    Sunday, 11 December 2011 by Latest Philippine News Headlines · 0