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Sportsmanila’s new look

Sportsmanila.net, a leading website in the Philippines, was given a new and fresh look by Qtech...

Eddie Samuels Funeral Arrangements

It is with a very heavy heart that we share some sad news about our dear friends Lee and Mary...

Diaz ends PH’s 20-year Olympic drought

RIO DE JANEIRO- Like a thief in the night, when no one was looking, Hidilyn Diaz made history for...

The elections for Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) officials set for today will push through after the temporary restraining order on the polls sought by the camp of disqualified candidate for president Ricky P. Vargas was denied by the Pasig City Regional Trial Court yesterday.

In a three-page decision penned by Presiding Judge Elma M. Rafallo-Lingan, the court ruled that it did not see any reason why the POC elections should not push through.

The order reads in part: “While it is true that this Court has the authority to issue a writ of preliminary injunction or a TRO, the exercise thereof shall always be subject to the test of reasonableness. In addition, while there is no question that the issuance of a TRO is addressed to the sound discretion of the Court, this discretion, however, must be exercised based on the grounds and in accordance with the law and the Rules applicable.”

AFTER two rounds of elimination play and a complete field of eight, competition in Season 79 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) men’s basketball is down to four teams with the semifinals about to begin this week.

Left standing to further their campaign are the De La Salle Green Archers (13-1), Ateneo Blue Eagles (10-4), Far Eastern University Tamaraws (9-5) and Adamson Soaring Falcons (8-6).

The Archers will face the Falcons while the Eagles battle the Tamaraws in the Final Four with La Salle and Ateneo holding twice-to-beat advantages.

NEW YORK CITY -- Transcript by the New York Foreign Press Center (NYFPC) interaction between yours truly and Jefrey Pollock, founding partner and president of Global Strategy Group, during the NYFPC  briefing on "The State of the Race--The Liberal Perspective" at The Westin New York Grand Central, November 7.

It is with a very heavy heart that we share some sad news about our dear friends Lee and Mary Samuels. Lee is the PR Chief of Top Rank. Their beloved son Eddie, 30, passed away suddenly on Saturday.

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