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LJUDINA KAKVA SE NE RAĐA, MOGAO JE DA IMA SVE! Vojvoda nije davao 5 para za imovinu …

LJUDINA KAKVA SE NE RAĐA, MOGAO JE DA IMA SVE! Vojvoda nije davao 5 para za imovinu, od države tražio samo NJU!

Vojvoda Stepa Stepanović je zbog zasluga za prvu savezničku pobedu u Velikom ratu – Cersku bitku, postao tek drugi čovek koji je u Srbiji dobio čin vojvode. I kako to obično biva, bila je reč o izuzetno skromnom čoveku koji nije mnogo mario ni za pohvale ni za odlikovanja i koji je, u mirnodopskom periodu, mnogo više voleo svoj dom u Čačku nego dvorske balove i prijeme.

The Beatitudes

The Beatitudes – Manila Bulletin

MATTHEW 5:1-12a When Jesus saw the crowds, He went up the mountain, and after He had sat down, His disciples came to Him. He began to teach them, saying: “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they who mourn, for they will […]

Tipping point

Tipping point – The Manila Times

On the wall of my home office – which, since I live in a very small apartment, is also my kitchen and living room – I have a large calendar, to which I attach Post-It notes to remind me of things that need my attention in the next few days.

Maharlika Manila tames Stallion FC Laguna for first PFL VICTORY

Maharlika Manila tames Stallion FC Laguna for first PFL VICTORY – The Manila Times

The Maharlika Manila FC posted its very first win in the 2020 Philippines Football League (PFL) season, with a 2-1 beating of the Stallion FC Laguna at the Philippine Football Federation national training center in Carmona, Cavite on Saturday. Maharlika Manila overcame a sluggish first half, which saw them trailing the Stallion Laguna, 0-1.

Shopee launches 11.11-12.12 Big Christmas Sale

Shopee launches 11.11-12.12 Big Christmas Sale – The Manila Times

Coming off the back of its successful 9.9 and 10.10 shopping events, e-commerce platform Shopee launches its annual 11.11-12.12 Big Christmas Sale. Reflecting the continued growth of e-commerce in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, Shopee further commits to uplifting communities, generating new opportunities for sellers and brands, and designing stronger shared experiences for shoppers, all as […]

DPWH awards P13-B Davao road project to Japanese consortium

DPWH awards P13-B Davao road project to Japanese consortium – The Manila Times

A Japanese consortium has bagged the P13.230-billion civil works contract for the initial implementation of the 44.6-km Davao City bypass project, according to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH). Public Works Secretary Mark Villar said on Saturday the joint venture group of Shimizu Ulticon – Takenaka will undertake the construction of contract package […]

Areit profit hits P844M in first 9 months

Areit profit hits P844M in first 9 months – The Manila Times

Listed Areit Inc.’s net income grew to P844 million in January to September on the back of the stable operations of its leasing portfolio amid the coronavirus pandemic. In a filing on Friday, the Ayala Land Inc.-backed real estate investment trust company reported that its revenues climbed by 3 percent to P1.4 billion, while its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization increased by 4 percent to P1.1 billion.

Činjenice koje niste znali o agentu 007: Nije bio prvi Džejms Bond, nosio je tupe, volio je piti martini…

Činjenice koje niste znali o agentu 007: Nije bio prvi Džejms Bond, nosio je tupe, volio je piti martini…

Foto: Agencije Šon Koneri, škotski filmski i pozorišni glumac, koji je danas preminuo u 90. godini života, javnosti je bio najpoznatiji kao prvi filmski Džejms Bond. Glumio je u sedam filmova o Džejmsu Bondu. Osim njih glumio je i u filmovima “Nesalomivi”, “Ime ruže”, “Lov na Crveni oktobar”, “Indijana Džons” i mnogim drugim.

Caruso pays respect to Folayang

Caruso pays respect to Folayang – Manila Bulletin

Australian fighter Antonio Caruso showed a lot of respect and sportsmanship after defeating two-time lightweight champion Eduard Folayang Friday night in ONE: Inside the Matrix at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. After referee Justin Brown raised the left arm of Caruso as the winner of the three-round lightweight bout, the Australian warrior knelt in front of Folayang as a sign of utmost respect.

In the face of crises, leaders provide ways forward —Robredo

In the face of crises, leaders provide ways forward -Robredo – Manila Bulletin

Vice President Leni Robredo underscored the need for a leadership that is able to “pull everyone together towards a single direction” in addressing a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Robredo, during the webinar launch by the University of the Philippines (UP) National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG) on Oct.

3 Thai activists in hospital but face raps for protest

3 Thai activists in hospital but face raps for protest – The Manila Times

BANGKOK: Three prominent Thai pro-democracy leaders were in hospital on Saturday after chaotic scenes outside a Bangkok police station overnight as officers tried to slap them with further criminal charges. A court on Friday ordered the release of Panupong “Mike” Jadnok, Panusaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul and Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak who have been in custody since mid-October […]

NFL recommends some sideline players wear masks during games

NFL recommends some sideline players wear masks during games – The Manila Times

The NFL is recommending that players on the sidelines who are not participating in a game or about to go on the field wear protective masks. In a memo obtained by The Associated Press on Friday (Saturday in Manila), the league’s management council also suggested the 32 teams enhance physical distancing on the sidelines while […]

Journalism versus fake news, truth versus fair commentary

Journalism versus fake news, truth versus fair commentary – The Manila Times

The phrase “fake news” has been a weapon wielded by politicians and other public figures who have been challenged or criticized by media. The tactic seems so effective that even government critics use the phrase to lash out against some media that report content or carry commentaries against them or are favorable to the authorities.

Publiko, hinikayat ni Mayor Vico na samantalahin ang libreng COVID-19 testing

Publiko, hinikayat ni Mayor Vico na samantalahin ang libreng COVID-19 testing

Publiko, hinikayat ni Mayor Vico na samantalahin ang libreng COVID-19 testing Mer Layson (Pilipino Star Ngayon) – November 1, 2020 – 12:00am MANILA, Philippines – Hinikayat ni Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto ang publiko, partikular na ang mga Pasigueño, na huwag nang magdalawang isip at i-avail ang mga iniaalok na libreng coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) sa kanila.

Areit profit hits P844M in first 9 months

Areit profit hits P844M in first 9 months – The Manila Times

Listed Areit Inc.’s net income grew to P844 million in January to September on the back of the stable operations of its leasing portfolio amid the coronavirus pandemic. In a filing on Friday, the Ayala Land Inc.-backed real estate investment trust company reported that its revenues climbed by 3 percent to P1.4 billion, while its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization increased by 4 percent to P1.1 billion.

Cancer staging center to rise in QC, to make diagnostic cost affordable

Cancer staging center to rise in QC, to make diagnostic cost affordable | Hans Joshua V. Dantes / S&T Media Service

The detection of cancer will soon become more affordable for Filipinos. This will be made possible with the establishment of a cancer staging center spearheaded by the Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (DOST-PNRI). The proposed Center for Nuclear Medicine Research and Development in Diliman, Quezon City, under…

Christ the King Greenmeadows celebrates 41st year

Christ the King Greenmeadows celebrates 41st year – The Manila Times

Sacks of rice being delivered to the depressed Libis community; health care workers receiving delicious meals and getting that much awaited haircut through “Balik Alindog;” and frontliners getting free temporary housing, food and other basic needs. All these are not government-sponsored “ayuda” efforts but just some of the scenes that have come out of Christ […]

Digital apps empower women against gender discrimination, rape, violence

Digital apps empower women against gender discrimination, rape, violence – The Manila Times

In their unending fight for their basic gender rights and equality, women are now turning to digital technology and social media as tools of engagement against predators, exploiters and nuisance of all stripes and political color. The Philippine Commission on Women and the Technological Institute of the Philippines-Quezon City has launched VAWfreePH, a personal safety […]

Serving nostalgia

Serving nostalgia – The Manila Times

Heir to a food business established in 1894 by her great-great grandfather, this young restaurateur is set on promoting dishes with a history to a new generation of diners. “There are a lot of new market trends, which are way more attractive, branding-wise, and the industry has also become more fast-paced.

Philippine military confirms death of militant leader

Philippine military confirms death of militant leader

Fri, 2020-10-30 23:22 MANILA: Military authorities on Friday confirmed the death of Furuji Indama, senior leader of the Daesh-affiliated Abu Sayyaf militant group based on Basilan Island in the southern Philippines. Indama, who was wanted over his involvement in a string of deadly bombings and kidnappings, was fatally wounded in a clash with troops in Zamboanga Sibugay province, Mindanao,…

DENR to penalize giant taro collectors P1M

DENR to penalize giant taro collectors P1M – The Manila Times

DIPOLOG CITY: From now on, collectors of badiang (giant taro), considered a “critically endangered plant specie,” will be penalized, ranging from P500,000 to P1 million by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Zamboanga Peninsula, an agency official warned. DENR Regional Executive Director Crisanta Marlene Rodriguez disclosed that badiang collectors run the risk […]

Panic sa alak

Panic sa alak

Ang haba ng pila sa mga groceries at supermarkets dito simula noong Huwebes ng hapon kung kailan dineklara ni Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio ang Executive Order No. 57 kung saan isinasaad ang 24-hour liquor ban simula Nobyembre 2 hanggang Disyembre 31.

Creation of sustainable food systems eyed at Davao agri expo

Creation of sustainable food systems eyed at Davao agri expo – The Manila Times

The government, in partnership with the private sector and industry stakeholders, aims to establish sustainable food systems in Mindanao as one of its priorities to further develop the region’s export-oriented agricultural productivity and help the sector become globally competitive. During the launch of the 22nd Davao Agri Trade Expo on Friday, John Carlo Tria, president […]

HPG director orders inspection of barriers, billboards along EDSA, highways to ensure public safety

HPG director orders inspection of barriers, billboards along EDSA, highways to ensure public safety – Manila Bulletin

Brig. Gen. Alexander Tagum, director of the police’s Highway Patrol Group (HPG), ordered on Friday the inspection of barriers and billboards along EDSA and other roads and highways in order to ensure public safety amid the threat of typhoon ‘Rolly’.

Quezon City’s top drug suspect falls

Quezon City’s top drug suspect falls

Quezon City’s top drug suspect falls Emmanuel Tupas (The Philippine Star) – November 1, 2020 – 12:00am MANILA, Philippines – The most wanted drug suspect in Quezon City was arrested in a sting on Friday. Gian Christopher de Guzman, 35, is at the top of the Quezon City Police District’s drug personalities and ranked eighth in Metro Manila, according to QCPD director Brig.

A life well-lived

A life well-lived – Manila Bulletin

THE VIEW FROM RIZAL “In a span of seven and a half months, a good number of people close to us passed away.” This is the gist of some of the saddest text and private messages we received over the past few months following the start of the quarantine season […]

The Danish Embassy Manila released the latest regulations on how to enter Denmark

The Danish Embassy Manila released the latest regulations on how to enter Denmark – ScandAsia

The Royal Danish Embassy Manila released the latest list on how to enter Denmark on 30 October 2020, that said: IMPORTANT INFORMATION WHEN ENTERING DENMARK If you arrive from a country classified as a ‘banned country’, (like Philippines), you must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before entry….Read more →

Kakulay Kalaban on The Clash

Kakulay Kalaban On The Clash

THE second round of the competition dubbed as “Kakulay Kalaban” with the members of the Red Group battling against each other happened last night. They are: Kenan Quitco from Quezon City, Larnie Cayabyab from Dasmarinas Cavite, Princess Vire from Quezon City, Rose Velasquez from Pampanga and Renz Robosa from Pangasinan.

4 quarantine facilities in Metro Manila add 300 more beds for COVID-19 suspected, mild cases

4 quarantine facilities in Metro Manila add 300 more beds for COVID-19 suspected, mild cases – Manila Bulletin

Four quarantine facilities for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients in Metro Manila have recently been completed, adding more than 300-bed capacity in the region, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said on Saturday, Oct. 31. A new 44-bed capacity isolation facility was completed inside the Makati Aqua Sports Arena.

Philippines COVID-19: DOH enhances reporting, 4 Manila facilities completed, PBA season

Philippines COVID-19: DOH enhances reporting, 4 Manila facilities completed, PBA season – Outbreak News Today

By NewsDesk @bactiman63 COVID-19 cases The Department of Health (DOH) on Saturday reported an additional 1796 COVID-19 cases across the country, bringing the pandemic total to 380,729. Rizal and Davao City saw the most confirmed cases with 97 and 93, respectively. The number COVID-19 related deaths has risen to 7221.

PROCURILA SNIMKA IZ BOLNICE DUBRAVA: “Bolnica je pukla, mi smo pukli! Već 6 mjeseci se …

PROCURILA SNIMKA IZ BOLNICE DUBRAVA: “Bolnica je pukla, mi smo pukli! Već 6 mjeseci se zna da nema respiratora”

Portal Telegram objavio je snimku razgovora u zagrebačkoj KB DUbrava, gdje su se jučer sastali liječnici. Sazvao ih je dr. Ivica Lukšić, voditelj i koordinator Primarnog respiracijsko intenzivističkog centra (PRIC). Bio je to ujedno njihov prvi sastanak od početka pandemije, prenosi Novi list.

Lim: Cancel the party

Lim: Cancel the party

A WEEK ago, Mayor Edgardo Labella announced the cancellation of the Christmas party for Cebu City Hall employees this year. He said he will realign, instead, the P4-million party budget to assist those displaced during this pandemic. I laud the mayor for this move.

Cabaero: Covid test result document

Cabaero: Covid test result document

MY experience at being hospitalized for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) included having to complete document requirements that would allow the hospital to get paid by PhilHealth. I was hospitalized for 10 days in late July, not at the Perpetual Succour Hospital (PSH) in Cebu City whose officials are among those charged with filing false claims with the Philippine Health Insurance Corp.

Solons reject scientists’ proposal to tax livestock production, meat consumption

Solons reject scientists’ proposal to tax livestock production, meat consumption – Manila Bulletin

Lawmakers rejected Saturday, Oct. 31, the call of international experts for policy makers to consider imposing taxes on livestock production and meat consumption. Davao del Norte 1st District Rep. Pantaleon Alvarez said if Congress would give in to such proposal, it would spell the death of country’s livestock farming industry.

Rescuers race to find Turkey quake survivors, 27 dead

Rescuers race to find Turkey quake survivors, 27 dead – Manila Bulletin

Rescuers raced against the clock Saturday to save people buried under rubble as hundreds spent a terrified night in tents after a powerful earthquake claimed 27 lives in Turkey and Greece. The 7.0 magnitude quake killed 25 people and injured 804 on Turkey’s western coast after it struck Friday afternoon, with its epicentre off the coastal town of Seferihisar in Izmir province.

Mayor Isko orders evacuation of families in Isla Puting Bato, Baseco

Mayor Isko orders evacuation of families in Isla Puting Bato, Baseco – Manila Bulletin

Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso ordered the forced evacuation of 120 families living in Isla Puting Bato and Baseco in Tondo starting Sunday morning. Domagoso on Saturday met with the heads of the city’s disaster risk reduction management office, the city engineer, the city health department and the city electrician to check on their preparedness for the impact of Typhoon “Rolly,” which is expected to bring strong winds and rain.

SWS finds many Filipinos willing to comply with COVID-19 contact tracing efforts

SWS finds many Filipinos willing to comply with COVID-19 contact tracing efforts | Philippine Canadian Inquirer

Many Filipinos expressed willingness in complying with coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) contact tracing efforts as shown in the national mobile phone survey of the Social Weather Stations (SWS). Conducted from September 17 to 20 and released on Friday, October 30, the probability-based survey asked 1,249 Filipino respondents whether or not they will follow if health officials will establish a contact tracing system in their local areas.

Civic group’s call: Ban single-use plastic, styrofoam in Cebu City

Civic group’s call: Ban single-use plastic, styrofoam in Cebu City

CEBU CITY, Philippines – A civic group in Cebu City is calling for an immediate ban on single-use plastic and styrofoams in the city amid the recent flash floods. The group is composed of environmental protection organizations such as Break Free From Plastic PH Project, Philippine Earth Justice Center Inc., Philippine Movement for Climate Justice, Ecosystems Initiative, EcoWaste Coalition, among others.