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MRT owners can’t check train depot!

IT IS strange, if not suspicious, that to this day the private firm MRT Corp. that owns the MRT-3 system running on EDSA has not been allowed by the Department of Transportation to inspect the trains at the depot under Trinoma in Quezon City.

Study shines light on ‘invisible epidemic’

That more than half of the subjects scored 3 or more on the AUDIT-C is particularly concerning, because among women, a score of 3 on the 0- to 12-point scale is considered positive for hazardous drinking or active alcohol use disorders, and for men a score of 4 is considered positive.

What is ‘extreme hardship’?

If a person commits certain immigration violations (such as fraud, or overstaying in the US for over six months and then departs, etc.), the person may not be eligible to receive a green card, unless the person applies for, and is granted, a “waiver of inadmissibility” (or “forgiveness”) on a Form I-601.

Mindanao martial law: Make or break for Rody

When Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law in 1972, expectations were so high that so many people actually believed the country was poised to move on to a new beginning with Marcos’ New Society slogan, “Sa ikauunlad ng bayan, disiplina ang kailangan.”

We had tarried too long

Martial law was declared to bring contending parties to the negotiating table instead of killing each other.

Help the Marawi victims

The headlines on the Marawi crisis have been dominated by the debate on martial law.

Can worship be mixed with doubt?

In our Gospel today, the eleven disciples climb a mountain to meet the risen Jesus, and we read, “When they saw him, they worshiped, but they doubted” (Matthew 28:17).

NBA to follow PBA’s lead?

The recent NBA incident involving Golden State center Zaza Pachulia’s extension of a foot to invade San Antonio forward Kawhi Leonard’s landing space off a jump shot may trigger the introduction of a new rule to penalize players who engage in dangerous contact.

Common worries in the workplace

So you just graduated college and you are now entering your first job.

A working PPP

In 1969, a joint venture agreement was entered into between the Bureau of Corrections and Tagum Development Corp. (Tadeco) which converted the 5,308-hectare Davao Penal Colony reservation in Panabo, Davao del Norte into a banana plantation.

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