Judge dismisses murder case against Makabayan 4

BAGUIO CITY — The Regional Trial Court Branch 40 in Palayan City, Nueva Ecija dismissed the double murder charges against former militant lawmakers on August 8 for lack of probable cause, favoring the Motion for Reconsideration filed by the accused on July 11.

Tuluy-tuloy ang laban ng mga Martial Law victim

TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan — Tuluy-tuloy ang laban ng mga biktima ng iligal na pagdakip, tortyur, pagpatay at iba pang paglabag sa karapatang pantao sa ilalalim ng Martial Law ni dating Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos sa Cagayan para sa pagkilala sa kanilang karapatan.

IPMR not based on marginalization — NCIP-CAR

BAGUIO CITY — The National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP) in the Cordillera clarified that existence of the indigenous peoples mandatory representative (IPMR) in the legislative bodies of local government units is not based on the perceived “marginalization” of IPs.

Farmers see Rice Tariffication Law to insure death of domestic rice industry

BAGUIO CITY — The Philippine Congress has signed the death certificate of the local rice industry and rice farmers with the approval of the Agricultural Tariffication Act or House Bill 7735 on third and final reading this afternoon, August 14, 2018. In a vote of 200 YES, 7 NO and 2 ABSTAIN, the Lower House has approved the tariffication of rice imports in lieu of quantitative restrictions on rice imports.

Baguio engineer, students bags national invention awards

BAGUIO CITY — A Baguio engineer and seven students of the Saint Louis University (SLU) topped the 2018 National Invention Contest and Exhibits (NICE) at the Le Pavillon Metropolitan Park in Pasay City that was held from August 14 to 16.

Makan a la Pinoy: Crispy binartek a pasayan

Agbirbirokak ti tulingan idiay tiendaan ngem bangus, tilapia ken galunggong met laeng ti adda ken sumagmamano a sapsap. Nalabit a gapu kadagiti bagio ket bassit ti nagkalap iti taaw. Ngem adu ti lako a pasayan isu a napanunotko a gumatang kadagiti babassit nga aramiden a crunchy pulutan, malaksid a nalaklaka, P200 ti maysa a kilo kumpara iti dadakkel a pasayan a P400.

Editorial: Free education is not a dream

The Philippines has since been under the worst economic and social conditions. It is under these dire conditions that education has become the “greatest gift” a parent can pass on to their children. A college diploma is seen as a “gate pass” to the dream of escaping poverty. For years, families endure all kinds of sacrifice to access the much-sought out education, as the family’s valued “investment”.