Find us on Facebook
Most Viewed Shows
- Belmonte renews vow: FOI bill to pass in 16th CongressHouse Speaker Sonny Belmonte Jr. on Tuesday renewed his promise that the Freedom of Information Bill will pass under his watch during the current 16th Congress, even putting his neck on the line for the controversial measure.
- DSWD chief says govt not bribing Yolanda survivors to improve imageThe Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) denied Tuesday that it was bribing victims of Typhoon Yolanda in order to improve the government's approval ratings.
- Belmonte: Arroyo should be allowed more visitors on her birthdayHouse Speaker Sonny Belmonte on Tuesday said if it were up to him, he would extend former President and incumbent Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s visiting hours on her birthday on April 5.
- PNP: Delfin Lee still on arrest warrant list when nabbedThe Philippine National Police on Tuesday belied the claim of the lawyers of arrested property developer Delfin Lee that he has already been removed from the police list of people with standing warrants of arrest.
- Makati judge wants more evidence to prove urgency of Napoles’ surgeryA Makati judge on Tuesday ordered the lawyers of alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim-Napoles to present before the court an expert that will prove the urgency and necessity of having her undergo a medical operation to remove a cyst in her uterus.
- Thai police doubt terror link to stolen passports on missing Malaysia Airlines planeBANGKOK - Thai police suspect two men travelling on stolen passports on a Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared on Saturday were not involved in terrorism but instead evidence was suggesting they could have been asylum seekers.
- Despite Senate approval, PNoy still not keen on certifying FOI bill as urgentPresident Benigno Aquino III still does not seem keen on certifying as urgent the Freedom of Information bill, even after the Senate approved the proposed measure on its third and final reading.
- Suspected handlers of rice smugglers in danger of being cited for contempt by Senate panelTwo individuals with suspected links to rice smuggling operations in the country are in danger of being cited for contempt by the Senate agriculture committee—one for failing to show up and the other for supposedly giving false testimony during Tuesday's hearing.
- Belmonte renews vow: FOI bill to pass in 16th Congress
Sorry, we couldn't find any results based on your search query.