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Santiago rushed to ICU

MANILA – The fiesty Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago, a losing presidential candidate in the May 9 polls, was rushed to the intensive care unit of Makati Medical Center (MMC), her husband Narciso “Jun” Santiago announced on yesterday. Santiago said her wife, who is sick and has suffered complication, was brought …

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Former Chief Justice Corona dies of heart attack

FORMER Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Coronado Corona passed away due to heart attack at 1:47 am yesterday. He was 67. Corona succumbed to cardiac arrest at the Medical City in Pasig City. The former chief justice had diabetes and undergone bypass surgery twice. Born on Oct. 15, 1948, Corona …

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PH corporations rapidly adopts SimpliVity’s Hyperconverged solutions

MANILA – SimpliVity, a leader in hyperconverged infrastructure revolutionizing enterprise IT, today announced their rapid growth in the Philippines, shipping more than 50 hyperconverged platforms to government, telecommunications, education and manufacturing customers within only six months. “We are thrilled by SimpliVity’s rapid adoption after just entering the Philippines market,” said …

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City Comelec dismayed over scrapping of mall voting

By LITO RULONA, Correspondent The City Commission on Election is saddened over the decision of their central office in Metro Manila to scrap the proposal to hold voting in malls for the May 9 automated synchronized national and local election. City Comelec officer Atty. Joel Dexter Nagtalon admitted that they …

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‘No climate justice on the Paris climate pact’

MANILA — “Good talkers may be found in Paris, but, the struggle for climate justice did not end there.” These were the words of Bayan Muna partylist representative Neri Colmenares as the world’s nations adopted yet another international agreement to limit the causes of man-made climate change. The Bayan Muna …

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